A fulcrum is the support about which a lever pivots. In the case of Accuracy Solutions logo the old man has his board (lever) pivoting on top of a mountain. This illustration is very similar to a playground toy most are familiar with, a seesaw, except for the position of the fulcrum. The reason the old man slides his lever over is to gain more leverage so he can “move the world”.
This same principle can be applied to the shooting world. An existing device that most shooters own, a bipod, is nothing more than a fulcrum and the rifle a lever. Instead of the pivot point being at the point of the triangular shape its pivot point (resting point) is where its two legs touch the ground. The pivot point is at the base of the triangle in this case because bipods are rigid at the point of attachment whether a sling stud or pic rail install.
Inherently shooters have been achieving greater leverage with the wide adoption of tactical style rifles which have created modifications to extend pic rails closure to the muzzle of the rifle. Instead of positioning their bipods towards the center of their rifles they have been leveraging the longer attachment points and have slid their bipods closure to the muzzle. The advantages of extending the pivot point are great. The result being increased stability and accuracy through less movement being transferred through the rifle.
In the case of the seesaw where the pivot point is in the middle, one foot of movement on one side of the lever will be consistent with the other side. Now the old man can move his side of the lever and the other side will move a fraction of that based on the pivot point. This decreased movement is multiplied the longer the lever is.
With limitations on the length of rifles, bipod attachment has been limited as well, until now. With Accuracy Solutions it extends the pivot point of your bipod by only adding approximately one pound of additional weight. Benefits include a reduction in muzzle jump upon firing, less movement transferred through the rifle, reducing reticle drift and wobble zone.