As tastes, technology, and applications change, the optics market continues to change. The Trijicon RMR has been around since 2009. Believe it or not, that’s almost 15 years ago. Fifteen years is a lifetime when it comes to tech, and in looking forward, many shooters have become closed-emitter curious. The Aimpoint ACRO jimmied a lot of johns with its signature mailbox look, but close-emitter optics have worked their way into holsters across the world thanks to the benefits they give to their users. Now, if you’re an RMR shooter who’d like to try something new, Strike Industries has released their Strike RMR to ACRO Adapter Plate.
Strike Industries @ TFB:
The Strike RMR to ACRO Adapter Plate is a convenient and versatile solution for mounting an Aimpoint® ACRO P-1/P-2 (or other ACRO footprint optics) on an RMR footprint slide or RMR optic mount. This mount is designed to work with both front RMR footprint recoil bosses and indexing posts, ensuring a secure and stable fit.
Strike Industries Releases New RMR to ACRO Adapter Plate
This Strike RMR to ACRO Adapter Plate is made from 6061-T6 aluminum. If the name doesn’t make it obvious enough for you, the plate allows users to mount optics with the ACRO footprint on slides cut for the RMR. These include the Strike Industries LITESLIDE and the now-discontinued Strike slide. The plate comes with front mounting posts for use with the Strike Industries slides and utilizes the RMR footprint recoil bosses for added strength. The hardware that comes in the box is compatible with standard and metric screws.
- Length: 1.78″
- Width: 1.18″
- Height: 0.26″
- Weight: 0.42 oz
- Price: $49.95
If you’d like more details, such as compatibility, tab over to the Strike Industries website. Make sure to follow along on social media for more updates. Strike Industries can be found on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Threads, and YouTube. Adapt and overcome!
Stemming from his childhood love of WWII history, Nic’s passion for firearms continues to grow as his maturity level recedes. He has competed in local USPSA, IDPA, and rifle competitions, and has an almost unnatural affection for Rosie, his Gen3 Glock 19.