[SHOT 2024] Spuhr Displays RDF Red Dot Mount

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[SHOT 2024] Spuhr Displays RDF Red Dot Mount

Renowned for their attention to detail and quality, Spuhr has debuted their latest offering: The Spuhr RDF Red Dot Mount. This newly unveiled gadget was one of the highlights at SHOT 2024, grabbing the attention of enthusiasts and industry insiders alike for its unique features and functionality.

Built to perfection, the Spuhr RDF Red Dot Mount is designed to place a T-2 footprint optic at 2.91 or 2.25 inches. This innovative design element signifies Spuhr’s commitment to meet ever-evolving customer needs and reinforces their position at the forefront of the industry.

One of the most striking features of this mount is the provision to attach a foreign array of accessories. Notably, it includes a flip-to-center magnifier—a feature that sets it apart on the market. This magnifier, when in the down position, is ingeniously designed to sit against the receiver, lending it support in case of any major impact.

Moreover, the Spuhr RDF Red Dot Mount doesn’t limit users to a fixed set of accessories. Catering to a variety of needs, it also allows for the addition of a Picatinny rail for IR devices and a peep sight. These can be added to suit individual preferences and needs, albeit at an additional cost.

Despite the host of advanced features it packs, the RDF Mount doesn’t compromise on price. With a flip-to-center magnifier mount included, it is priced competitively at $390. For those eagerly looking forward to getting their hands on it, Spuhr has confirmed that the product is in its final assembly stages and should begin shipping soon.

This announcement from Spuhr once again brings the company back into the spotlight, underscoring their commitment to delivering robust and innovative products that cater to the diverse requirements of customers around the globe.

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  • Alan A Alan A on Jan 30, 2024

    It's all getting to be too much at this point

  • Steve Steve on Jan 30, 2024

    My extremely limited understanding is that these were sought as a contract item (no idea who from) to provide a cheaper and lighter option vs. the GBRS Hydra. Given the improvement of adding the ability to easily add/remove portions of the kit in a modular fashion, I suspect Spuhr was able to sidestep any pending IP held by GBRS.