I may have misspoke and it appears Aero makes the Radian Raptor handles for Radian so I'm not sure if Aero owns Radian or holds stake in the company like they do with holding majority stake in Ballistic Advantage.Aero Precision owns Radian now.
The Raptors are great well built handles.
I have the ADM mount and apparently that lever goes on the right side. Regardless, it will fold either way.That was non specific, but looking at the directional arrow it was 1 way with a mount (left side) and then a mount (right side). The lever mount was on the right side, but the 2 screw mount was on the right. I mount with forward folded up on most guns depending on rail and barrel length. Just a preference without any failure to function.
I they fold only 1 direction? I haven't owned 1 before.
I'm going too check all of the bipods I have and there might be 1 or 2 Atlas in the mix? I usually don't but a 200+ dollar bipod as many high priced are out there? I could've bought it on sale though for a decent price?^ That's why I was confused, too, and why I asked @BoJangles . I'll take a look at my mount when I get home today....
I thought there was only front/rear directionality with the pan/tilt model due to the way the tension knob tightens (not that a shooter couldn't just realize - or even prefer - that it rotates the other way, but it's marked on the "towards shooter" side).
The good thing about the ATLAS is that it can fold either towards the muzzle or towards the trigger, as it positively locks regardless of directionality (and can thus be loaded into, regardless). This allows for the legs to be stowed either towards the front, which is what many "tactical"/competition shooters prefer as it allows the legs to be used as a barricade stop - or towards the trigger/shooter, so that it presents less snag risk........which is why I was so confused.