Leaper’s/UTG brought several new options to NRA 2018, including several handgun base plates, the RDM-20, and hints of a first focal plane scope on the horizon.
UTG Pro +0 Base Pads
The UTG Pro +0 magazine plates are designed for use in 8 different double stack handgun platforms, including:
- CZ P07/P10C
- Glock small frame pistols
- Glock large frame pistols
- H&K VP9
- Sig Sauer P320
- Springfield XDM
- Smith & Wesson M&P
- Walther PPQ
The magazine bases are available in red, blue, black, or bronze now and have an MSRP of $19.97.
The long-awaited RDM-20 will begin shipping at the end of May and is manufactured to replace the rear sight on a handgun slide, specifically for Glock, Sig Sauer, and the S&W M&P dovetail mount.
The optic will ship with the low profile mount, but an additional/separate mount will be available for purchase soon. The RDM-20 has an MSRP of $89.97.
1×8 FFP AR-specific Scope
The rumors of a Leapers/UTG first focal plane scope have been confirmed. Expected to drop very late 2018, the 1×8 optic comes complete with a bullet drop turret and an illuminated dot (only).
Instead of the quick disconnect rings typical of Leaper’s/UTG scopes, the 1×8 AR-specific scope will have Accusync cantilever mount/rings included with the scope.
No official release date or MSRP is available for the optic at this time. However, the optic is expected to make a Christmas debut.
Learn more about Leaper’s/UTG here.