The other day I bought an "Atlas" bipod via a B&T Industries/Accushot *authorized* dealer's Amazon store. When I removed it from the packaging by one of the legs I noticed it spun. Strange since I chose a model with non-rotating legs. Quickly I realized there were several characteristics that were different than the real McCoy. Duckduckgo showed me that fugazis are a thing. B&T even has the following page http://www.accu-shot.com/Wright_Project.php
. I submitted pictures of the bipod and packaging to B&T and they confirmed it. What's interesting is the packaging is legit. But, again, it's an authorized dealer so how/why does this happen?? B&T has a couple theories, but they don't matter.
I suggested they dump them.
"ETEB Store" is the dealer. Their Amazon store:https://www.amazon.com/sp?marketplaceID=ATVPDKIKX0DER&protocol=current&seller=AAQT7JYTGYKLS
And here they appear in the dealer listing:http://www.accu-shot.com/bt/dealer-listing?title=ETEB+Store
Lastly, Amazon doesn't care, but fortunately I am able to return it and get my money. I've already ordered a genuine model directly from B&T.