Spuhr Trijicon MRO Patrol Cover

For my Aimpoint Micros I use the Tango Down iO Cover. I’m not sure it’s needed for protection, but it looks better (and Tactical).

For owners of the Trijicon MRO Patrol looking to protect their asset there is now a solution from Spuhr.

As I’m sure you can see the cover pictured is mounted on a Trijicion MRO, not the Patrol. The cover fits the MRO, but will not stay on. It’s designed to fit (and stay on) the MRO Patrol.

For €41.50 you get an ultra lightweight silicone rubber cover that fits around your MRO Patrol sight.

Note that neither the Trijicon sight nor the Spuhr MRO mount is included in that price (we wish!)

The cover prevents accidental and unwanted adjustment of the elevation and windage turrets.

You can still access the turrets using a slotted screw driver (or similar tool), and there are clear “UP” and “R” (for windage) signs embossed in the rubber.

I have never used a MRO Patrol, but since the turrets are kind of unprotected it does look like it’s possible to get unwanted adjustments. According to reliable sources it is easy to accidentally change the turrets.

If you own a MRO Patrol, please let us know what your experience is in the comments below.

The Spuhr part number is MROC and the weight is only 4.8 g or 0.17 oz.

So far the only color available is Field Dark Earth (Yes, that’s what it’s called, but it could be a spelling mistake).

Spuhr MRO Patrol cover (on a MRO).

You can find the MRO Patrol cover in Spuhr’s webshop: http://spuhrwebshop.com/en/sm/trijicon/mroc.html
For US customers Mile High Shooting and Quantico Tactical carry a lot of the Spuhr products.

Eric B

Ex-Arctic Ranger. Competitive practical shooter and hunter with an European focus. Always ready to increase my collection of modern semi-automatic firearms, optics and sound suppressors. Owning the night would be nice too.


  • Gregory

    Another useless product no one needs but someone will buy to be tacticool.

  • pistol pete

    41 euros for a 5 gram piece of silicone rubber?…. Shut up and take my money…

    • MeaCulpa

      Yeah, injection moulding isn’t exactly great for low run products, can’t really see the point of him/they selling these things.

  • somedingus

    Totally useless. I have an MRO and I can’t think of a single scenario where you could make unintentional adjustments. If it actually covered the whole unit I could maybe see it as a scratch protector, but this thing for $50 plus shipping? I hope you guys get a nice cut for promoting this garbage.

  • InfiniteGrim

    They will release the other half in 6 months for another $40. They didn’t hire a bunch of video game programmers in the past few months, did they?