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    Crutcherro1
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    Anyone have any thoughts on Atlas vs Evolution bi-pod?

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    expensive?

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    EVolution has all kinds of add on and tripods and such ,,you can add exrtra legs make it real long,,Evolution appears to be making their mark nice product  store cant get enough of them in one uut the other door,,their located  in the same building as Utah Airguns,,,,Atlas they been the go to for serious airgunners ,you really cant go wrong with either  ,,,i will b trying the Evolution later this winter ,,i need to get up higher than the snow line ,good luck ,,,PAT

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    Hynzie,

    I’ve decided to go with the Atlas. If you end up getting the Evolution, be sure to let us know what you think about it. 

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    Im a Atlas snob… love the quality 

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    Salticon,
    I agree with you. Atlas quality is excellent, but the function is even better.

    Today I was finially able to try out my new Atlas and I am impressed. I was able to consistently shoot sub-MOA 5 shot groups at 50 yards with my RAW .25. I haven’t been able to come close to those groups with a modified Bald Eagle rest. The Atlas BT46LW17 w/ADM-170-S cost more than my Bald Eagle and after one outing, I think it is worth it. 

    In fairness to the Bald Eagle, it may not be the rest, but the bag and/or the shooter. With the Atlas I am able to keep my check weld when cocking the rifle. I used with a rear squeeze bag with the  Atlas. That combo may be hard for me to beat. 

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    Salticon,
    What are your thoughts on you Atlas 5-H? I thought about it, but I couldn’t justify the cost. 

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    Worth every penny, its a beast!

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    “Salticon”Worth every penny, its a beast!

    I agree.


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    I’m using the Atlas 5H and happy with it. 

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    I had found the differences in the Atlas bipods confusing. Below is a link to a video that really helped me. 

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jWxyQY2wlP8 

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    I started researching bipods when I ordered my Crown, so I had a lot of time to decide between the Evolution and the Atlas.

    I rejected the Atlas 5H as it was just too expensive, too much bipod for my needs, and I thought it ugly. 

    I rejected the BT10 because it rolls on a bench.

    So, that left the PSR vs Evopod.

    The Modular Evolution has more features, the main for me being the tripod adapter for hunting.
    Also, since I also use the carbon fiber Bipodext extender for long range stability off the bench, the Evopod, being carbon fiber as well, seemed the better option. 

     

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