Suarez International L-Mount RMR Base

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The other day we posted about the new Suarez International slide for the Leupold Deltapoint Pro, well Suarez International has yet another red dot product for the Glock. They recently debuted their new L-Mount red dot base that allows you to mount a Trijicon RMR red dot onto your Glock slide. They’re a bit different than many of the other red dot base plates on the market in that they don’t permanently modify your Glock at all, you can completely reverse it and go back to your factory configuration. There’s no slide milling required, it mounts to your Glock’s rear dovetail as well as the rear slide plate. The drawback to this is that it does sit a bit higher than if you mounted the RMR directly to the slide.

Another neat feature is that the new Suarez International L-Mount red dot base is that you can mount any standard Glock sights to the Suarez International L-Mount and they’ll be at the proper height to co-witness with your RMR. They’re CNC machined here in the USA out of steel and fits all Glocks (minus the Glock 42 and 43) and they should be compatible with most holsters on the market. They’re currently going for $99.99, check them out at onesourcetactical.com.

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Phil Note: We also have one of these coming in for review.



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  • Marco

    Great idea! now if I could only mount a Burris fastfire this would be the most budget friendly red dot solution.

    • SGT Fish

      if they did that. I would probably buy one just to try it out and see if I like it

  • Quasimofo

    I’m surprised I haven’t seen a company come out with rear sight dovetail mounts like these just for the red dot and co-witness rear sight, and then install a taller front sight at the normal location to take advantage of sight radius? That sort of setup would probably be awkward as a carry weapon, because the front sight would be ~0.5″ or so tall, but for competition or target purposes it might be work-able.

  • BattleshipGrey

    I’ve found that with technology, especially electronics (and their accessories), the good ideas stick around and get more refined and more affordable. The slide mounted RDS’s seem to be following that trend.

  • Joshua

    “Another neat feature is that the new Suarez International L-Mount red dot base is that you can mount any standard Glock sights to the Suarez International L-Mount and they’ll be at the proper height to co-witness with your RMR.”

    What about the front sight? If a tall (suppressor) sight is mounted up front will the rear (Suarez mounted ) sight Co-witness with the front? If not and your RMR goes down, is the user s.o.l?