New: Trijicon Q-LOC Quick Release Mounts

Trijicon’s patented quick release optics mounting system has multiple proprietary recoil lugs for rail engagement

by
posted on May 18, 2022
Trijqloc1
This Trijicon Q-LOC Cantilever mount (MSRP: $350) has 1.535 inches of height for scopes with 34 mm main tubes.

Trijicon’s new Q-LOC family of quick release mounts includes multiple mounting solutions to fit popular optics platforms, including Trijicon red-dot sights, thermal optics and several riflescopes.

As the name implies, these specialty mounts have a proprietary design for both quick release and return to zero. The Q-LOC quick release mounts are made from aluminum and manufactured in the United States for optimal placement on “MIL-STD 1913, NATO, non-milspec and even damaged rails.”

From Trijicon: “Q-LOC technology is a patented quick release optics mounting system, featuring multiple proprietary recoil lugs to ensure total rail engagement. Shooters can easily remove and re-attach an optic with a Q-LOC mount without the need to confirm zero. Heavy-duty springs enable one-handed operation while also ensuring secure retention under hard and repeated recoil. Q-LOC mounts feature compact, circular knob designs to minimize the hazards of gear snags while also facilitating one-handed mounting and removal.”

Here are the new mounts sporting Trijicon’s Q-LOC quick release technology:

Trijicon Bolt-Action mounts are optimized for proper eye alignment on these rifle platforms (with a scope rail)—bolt-action, lever-action, pump-action, autoloader and single-shot rifles. Two heights are available to accommodate scope objective lenses with sizes less than 42 mm (1.06 inches height) up to 56 mm (1.125 inches), along with 30 mm and 34 mm main tubes. MSRP: $350.

Designed with the perfect dimensions for good eye alignment on AR-platform rifles, Cantilever mounts are positioned higher than their Bolt-Action counterparts for a proper AR cheek weld. Both mount styles are available in 1.535-inch and 1.590-inch heights, with the former a good fit with most clip-on thermal devices. Again, 30 mm and 34 mm tube scopes can be accommodated. MSRP: $350.

Trijicon Electro Optics mounts are engineered for both the compact and standard-size Trijicon ACOG, as well as the Trijicon VCOG. These mounts provide an optical axis height of 1.535 inches, ideal for clip-on devices. Additionally, Trijicon REAP-IR and IR-HUNTER thermal optic models are also equipped with these quick release mounts. MSRP for the ACOG and VCOG mounts is $199.

The Red-Dot mounts include Low, Full Co-Witness, Lower 1/3 Co-Witness, and 45 Degree Offset models and are specifically designed for the Trijicon RMR, SRO and MRO families of red-dot sights. For Full Co-Witness models, the backup iron sights and the red dot align to create the sight picture when looking through the center of the optic. When looking through the center of the optic with the Lower 1/3 Co-Witness mount, the backup iron sights will appear in the lower portion of the sight picture. Finally, the 45 Degree Offset mounts provide users with a low-profile and ambidextrous mounting solution for backup red dots. The MSRP for the MRO, RMR and SRO mounts range from $143 to $164, and the MSRP for the 45 Degree Offset Red-Dot one is $219.

Go to trijicon.com to learn more.

Latest

Beretta92xperf CO 1
Beretta92xperf CO 1

Review: Beretta 92X Performance Carry Optic Pistol

Beretta released the new 92X Performance Carry Optic variant at the 2022 USPSA National Championships.

Early History Of The Rapid-Fire Pistol Match

Examining the early years of the rapid-fire pistol event in Olympic and international-level competitions.

Results: 2022 IPSC Pan-American Handgun Championship

The 2022 IPSC Pan-American Handgun Championship was held in September at the Universal Shooting Academy in Frostproof, Florida

Side Matches At The 2022 USPSA Carry Optics Nationals

An inside look at how side matches at the USPSA Carry Optics Nationals are carried out

USA Shooting Names A New CEO: Craig Kozeniesky To Begin Early January 2023

In the first month of the new year, retired USMC Col. Craig Kozeniesky will take the reins at USA Shooting as CEO. Previously he was vice president of development at PrairieFire.

2022 Holiday Gift Guide

With the holiday season upon us, here we’ve gathered 22 of the best firearms and related gear that will make great gifts for your family and friends

Interests



Get the best of Shooting Sports USA delivered to your inbox.