Preview: ADM Trijicon MRO Titanium Mount

posted on February 13, 2022
ADM Trijicon MRO Titanium Mount

American Defense Mfg. produces a number of lightweight mounts that allow shooters to securely attach red-dot optics that use the Trijicon MRO footprint to their firearm’s flat-top Picatinny rail sections, but the new Trijicon MRO Titanium Mount is the lightest.

Both the entire mount and its quick-detach throw lever are constructed of titanium, giving the feathery-yet-solid unit a weight of only 1.2 ozs.—a full ounce less than ADM’s standard MRO mount. Available in both black and flat dark earth, the Trijicon MRO Titanium Mount is manufactured in two heights—for either absolute or lower 1/3 co-witness.

Retail price is set for $165. For more information, contact American Defense Mfg. LLC at


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