Disassembly Service for Your
Accu-Shot Monopod or Atlas Bipod

For anyone that wishes to apply a finish to a currently owned B&T Accu-Shot Monopod or Atlas Bipod:

When applying an aftermarket finish that requires the use of heat or disassembly to any B&T Accu-Shot Monopod or Atlas Bipod, we respectfully ask that you send that product to us so we can properly disassemble and return all appropriate parts to you for application of the finish.

Once the finish is applied and the parts are returned to B&T, we will reassemble them to our specifications and ship it back to you. Please ensure parts are packaged appropriately to avoid any damage in transit. B&T will not be responsible for the finish or any damage to the finish.

Anyone that disassembles, loses or breaks any parts in an attempt to disassemble/reassemble their B&T product will be charged appropriately. Anyone choosing not to use this service does so at their own risk and liability voiding the product’s Lifetime Warranty.


Purchasing a New, Unassembled
Accu-Shot Monopod or Atlas Bipod for Coating

For anyone that wishes to apply a finish to a new, unassembled B&T Accu-Shot Monopod or Atlas Bipod:

Any new B&T Accu-Shot Monopod or Atlas Bipod that is going to have an aftermarket finish applied will ship unassembled for application of the finish.

Once the finish is applied and the parts are returned to B&T, we will reassemble them to our specifications and ship it back to you. Please ensure parts are packaged appropriately to avoid any damage in transit. B&T will not be responsible for the finish or any damage to the finish.

Please note, we ship these parts with a sheet that shows the parts and quantities of each. This sheet should be used by ALL parties to verify ALL parts remain together throughout the process.

B&T Industries L.L.C. does not sell or ship replacement parts. We do not ship parts to anyone other than the customer that is buying the product(s). B&T will not be held responsible for the aftermarket finish.

NOTE: The Atlas Bipod is manufactured with close tolerances. The amount of finish applied can prevent proper assembly and affect functionality. Pay particular attention to the inner legs and around the ball holes on the outer legs when applying a finish. If the finish is applied too thick, it will negatively impact assembly and functionality. If we encounter a heavy finish, we will have to remove the necessary amount of finish in these areas to allow proper function.