New Reptilia ROF45, ROF90 micro red dot optic mounts

03/23/18 8:00 AM | by

The ROF45, pictured above, is one of two new optic mounts offered by Reptilia. (Photo: Reptilia)

Reptilia will release a new set of micro red dot optic mounts, the ROF45 and the ROF90, crafted as a drop-in upgrade for magnified scope mounts.

The ROF45 and ROF90 will initially be provided for Geissele’s Super Precision 30mm scope mount, introducing a mounting point for miniature reflex sights for quick transitions to close-range targets. Reptilia says shooters can swap between a top-mounted optic with the ROF90 and a 45-degree offset cant on the ROF45.

The mounts can accommodate a Trijicon RMR or Leupold DPP. (Photo: Reptilia)

Made from billet 7075 aluminum, the mounts are further protected with Mil-Spec Type III hardcoat finish for durability. Both mounts can currently able to accommodate a Trijicon RMR or Leupold DPP.

“Reptilia was founded with the mission of developing product solutions for those fighting the good fight,” Eric Burt, Reptilia’s President and Head of Design, said in a press release. “We received a request for piggy-back reflex optic mounting solutions which drove us to create our ROF line of products”

Reptilia says the ROF45 and ROF90 will be available come April 2018. No word yet on price.

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