Trijicon Adds Quick Release Mounts for RMR and MRO Optics

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posted on December 7, 2017
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Trijicon has added a new series of Quick Release mounts for its RMR and MRO line of reflex sights, allowing for single-handed operation while retaining return to zero accuracy.

Eight new models are available in Low, Full Co-Witness, and Lower 1/3 Co-Witness heights, and are machined from lightweight 7075 T6-Aluminum. They are tested to withstand MIL-Standard requirements, and are compatible with rifles that have a Picatinny rail. Low mount options are also available for Weaver-style bases. A unique 45-degree offset models also allow users to mount an RMR or MRO on either the left- or right-hand side of the firearm, rendering it ideal for 3-Gun, law enforcement and hunting applications.

MSRP: $139 to $219, depending on model.

For more information visit trijicon.com

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