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  • #187496
    sir-ville
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    Do i dare …. I have another clone coming in – a Bobro or GG&G or whatever name it’s a copy off. I don’t know if i dare to do a thread on it though. Maybe it’s better not to…;)

    Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk 2. This POS iPhone sucks though …

    #187501
    secoda
    Participant

    Austin Powers “bring in the clones”!

    #187544
    sir-ville
    Participant

    Or this very Forum ; Bring in the Clowns ! 😉

    Sent from a Tab my wife lured me to buy … If your Aunt has a pair of hairy balls does that make “her” your Uncle ?

    #187545
    secoda
    Participant

    It is loaded with screwballs. 😆 😆 😆

    quote Sir Ville:

    Or this very Forum ; Bring in the Clowns ! 😉

    Sent from a Tab my wife lured me to buy … If your Aunt has a pair of hairy balls does that make “her” your Uncle ?

    #187709
    ridetoeat
    Participant

    I’ve never had a bipod cause I look at them and just detest all those screen door springs on them at bass pro when I look but I decided to try one so I got on line, found a thread with a guy singing about the one on green base and it looked better so I just jumped on board and ordered two they were so cheap. I assumed cheap Chinese but the Harris always look like junk to me to so never give it a thought. Until I fount that flaming thread about the Atlas. I feel guilty about buying them now and wish I had got just one and got the atlas. I just like quality and don’t mind paying but paying 8 to 10 times more does challenge my integrity. I have to admit I am not sure what I would of done had I knew all the info before ordering. It is also worth saying I may have screwed myself anyway cause I have never seen the ones I ordered and it has been a while. ???

    #187738
    sir-ville
    Participant

    Greenbase is reliable place to buy. You get those things .

    Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk 2. This POS iPhone sucks though …

    #187761
    avenger71
    Participant
    quote Sir Ville:

    I quess WOK meant the threats this bozo (Sniperqty) expressed. He said he´d start manufacturing Chinese copies of an EdGun if his , or friend of his, demands weren´t taken seriously. Or something like that..

    Do you curse my mother??

    #187805
    hoot
    Participant
    quote Sir Ville:

    Greenbase is reliable place to buy. You get those things.

    Sir Ville is correct. It takes a few weeks to get them.

    The Atlas looks good, has a lot of fancy knobs, shiny things, and adjustments. It is “Bi-Pod Eye Candy”. Therein lies the problem.

    The “screen door spring loaded bi-pods” just snap down, and all you need to adjust is height. On the Atlas, you need to determine what degree of leg angle you want, tighten down each leg in position with the silver lock knobs, adjust individual leg height and tighten the ring nut that holds them in place, adjust the vertical canting screw to where the barrel doesn’t flop up and down, adjust the panning friction to where you want it so you can swivel the barrel smoothly from side to side without wooble, and then, if everything has been correctly adjusted, you can begin to shoot, and make final adjustments to the Atlas to fine tune it to where you want it….because every time you fold the bitch up, all your adjustments are lost.

    It tries to do everything a bi-pod can possibly do. That’s fine for bench shooters who want to “lock” their rifles into a specific position. But there are tri-pods, and quad-pods that do a much better job at that. These little over-priced beauties are NOT for the casual shooters. You WILL need to add a rubber buffer between the bottom locking knob and the bi-pod mechanism, or it will not lock tight into position. Some, like Sir Ville, cheap Finnish bastard that he is, used a rubber washer…or was it a washed rubber??? I can’t remember, but this step does “stiffen” up the whole assembly so it will hold your specific settings…and you need to clamp everything down pretty tight before you start shooting.

    Mine caught on fire twice while adjusting it. scorched the wood on my forearm, and burnt some hairs off my ears, and several of those growing out my nose!

    I can’t prove it, but I read a post from a woman who said her husband was killed taking his out of the box!!! (There are some people who shouldn’t handle complex machinery.)

    Be certain to wear gloves and eye protection when adjusting this bi-pod!

    Personally, I switched to a small spring loaded bi-pod that holds the barrel up, and adjusts for 6″ to 9″ height. Works fine!

    When you find out all this is true, PM me, and I’ll pay postage for you to send me one gratis. I’ve got a neighbor I don’t like, and I can give it to him for Xmas. Hopefully, the prick will poke his eye out! nyuk nyuk nyuk….

    Kindest regards,

    Uncle H 😯 😯 t

    #187806
    secoda
    Participant

    🙂 We are awaiting Herr Ville’s report on the Bobro or GG&Gs. They are getting pretty good reviews in the field. As it is I have enough bipods to mount every gun in the neighborhood but I am always up for a new toy.

    #187855
    sir-ville
    Participant
    quote Hoot:

    quote Sir Ville:

    Greenbase is reliable place to buy. You get those things.

    Sir Ville is correct. It takes a few weeks to get them.

    The Atlas looks good, has a lot of fancy knobs, shiny things, and adjustments. It is “Bi-Pod Eye Candy”. Therein lies the problem.

    The “screen door spring loaded bi-pods” just snap down, and all you need to adjust is height. On the Atlas, you need to determine what degree of leg angle you want, tighten down each leg in position with the silver lock knobs, adjust individual leg height and tighten the ring nut that holds them in place, adjust the vertical canting screw to where the barrel doesn’t flop up and down, adjust the panning friction to where you want it so you can swivel the barrel smoothly from side to side without wooble, and then, if everything has been correctly adjusted, you can begin to shoot, and make final adjustments to the Atlas to fine tune it to where you want it….because every time you fold the bitch up, all your adjustments are lost.

    It tries to do everything a bi-pod can possibly do. That’s fine for bench shooters who want to “lock” their rifles into a specific position. But there are tri-pods, and quad-pods that do a much better job at that. These little over-priced beauties are NOT for the casual shooters. You WILL need to add a rubber buffer between the bottom locking knob and the bi-pod mechanism, or it will not lock tight into position. Some, like Sir Ville, cheap Finnish bastard that he is, used a rubber washer…or was it a washed rubber??? I can’t remember, but this step does “stiffen” up the whole assembly so it will hold your specific settings…and you need to clamp everything down pretty tight before you start shooting.

    Mine caught on fire twice while adjusting it. scorched the wood on my forearm, and burnt some hairs off my ears, and several of those growing out my nose!

    I can’t prove it, but I read a post from a woman who said her husband was killed taking his out of the box!!! (There are some people who shouldn’t handle complex machinery.)

    Be certain to wear gloves and eye protection when adjusting this bi-pod!

    Personally, I switched to a small spring loaded bi-pod that holds the barrel up, and adjusts for 6″ to 9″ height. Works fine!

    When you find out all this is true, PM me, and I’ll pay postage for you to send me one gratis. I’ve got a neighbor I don’t like, and I can give it to him for Xmas. Hopefully, the prick will poke his eye out! nyuk nyuk nyuk….

    Kindest regards,

    Uncle H 😯 😯 t

    FYI – i often used washed rubber to stiffen things up. Being a cheap Finnish bastard i also steal the rubber i need. I find it at shady alley´s and at some secluded parking lots. Since i´m a man with manners i usually wash them – both in and outside – before use. Usually.
    The one i gave to Dr. Evil i never washed. He´s even cheaper than i am and just thought “i won´t wash it either since the goo will act as a lubricant on the critical pivot points on that GB Atlas-clone” and went on his way, laughing like an evil Hyena…

    #187862
    hoot
    Participant

    Wow! He IS one sick momma….

    H 😯 😯 t

    #187863
    larryw22
    Participant

    Sir Ville, would you kindly post a diagram of those all important critical pivot points. I believe this to be the answer to many of Hoot,s short comings, in regards to bi-pods and nostril hair. I,m still uncertain how this relates to {WHO THE HELL DO YOU THINK YOU ARE] Maybe the diagram will help?

    Regards LarryW 😎 😎 😎

    #188046
    sir-ville
    Participant

    Send me a PM and i´ll explain everything. Even some things about Uncle´s nostril hair and other oh so important things.

    #188056
    hoot
    Participant

    Don’t do it Larry!!!!

    All you will receive are pictures of Ville naked, and abusing himself, along with some links to some kinky Finnish porn sites. (You don’t want to see what those perverts can do with a live Herring!!!)

    Regards,

    Kindly Uncle H 😯 😯 t

    #188059
    larryw22
    Participant

    Thanks Hoot, I thought something was fishy, (“critical pivot points and herring oil “). I must confess Ville’s one accomplished photog!!! 😀 😀 😀

    Regard LarryW

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