I’m 6’3” and it’s out there quite a bit. I just get it level, lock it in, and forget it for the most part. It’s at the very end of my reach while in the prone position. But I like it lot. Getting the Bipod out front about another 4 or 5 inches helps me with stability.How do you guys find the minimalist? Is it still plenty reachable from prone? Is the standard Atlas length still good to go or would you go with the tall version? How low does ths bore end up in relation to the bipod?
As you can tell, this is on my mind too.
minimalist spigot with the aluminum m2 rail.I´m jumping in here.
I want to add a spigot mount to my KRG Bravo and want to mount my Atlas CAL 2 there.
Which spigot mount should I choose?
Can I mount the Bipod (with Pcatinny rail adapter) directly to one of the spigot mounts, or do I need another adapter therefore?
Or, if he wants to go the polymer route, then he can just use the free one that comes with the KRG Bravo;, if he wants any additional polymer L2 rails they go for $6.99 from KRG.This works, but in case he didn't want to spend $30 on the L2 rail, the $8 polymer is working just fine for me with the Gen 2 CAL.