Reptilia Releases Saddle Optic Mount for Beretta 1301 and A300 Shotguns


Reptilia Corp. has announced their Saddle mount, a solution for mounting the Aimpoint ACRO or Steiner MPS to a Beretta 1301 or A300.

Reptilia Corp‘s bread and butter has long been optics mounts, although they do offer a menu of other products as well, including weaponlight bodies, AR-15 grips/stocks, and more. While many of their optics mounts focus on affixing backup/CQB red dots to riflescopes, the latest model delves into the world of combat shotgunning. Beretta’s 1301 has become the first word in tactical scatterguns, and the A300 model is popular as well. More shooters than ever are opting to add red dots on their shotguns, and Reptilia aims to help. Meet their new Saddle mount, which permits the fitting of an Aimpoint ACRO or Steiner MPS onto your Beretta 1301 or A300 shotgun. Read more in the official product release announcement below.

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The Saddle mount is machined from billet 7075-T6 aluminum, and weighs only 23 grams.

Introducing the Saddle ™ Mount for Steiner Optics® MPS & Aimpoint® ACRO for Beretta® 1301 & A300

Good morning Team!

Introducing the Saddle Mount for Steiner MPS & Aimpoint ACRO Optics for the Beretta 1301 & A300 line of shotguns. Machined from billet 7075-T6 aluminum and finished with Mil-spec type III hardcoat anodize, the Saddle is the lowest possible mounting solution for miniature red dot optics utilizing the Aimpoint ACRO footprint, allowing the user to co-witness the factory Beretta iron sights.

Shipping now in black anodize finish.

Like all Reptilia products, the Saddle Mount is 100% made in the USA and carries a full lifetime warranty against manufacturer defects.

Compatible with:

Aimpoint® – ACRO P1 and P2
Steiner Optics® – MPS

Technical Specifications:

  • Material: Billet 7075-T6 Aluminum
  • Finish: Type III MIL-SPEC Anodized
  • Compatibility: Beretta 1301 & Beretta A300
  • Weight: 0.8 oz.
  • MSRP: $119.95
This photo shows how Steiner MPS fitment would appear on a Saddle mount.

Both of the compatible optics, the Aimpoint ACRO and Steiner MPS, show solid potential in a shotgun-based application, so this product will likely fill a notable need in the marketplace. If Reptilia’s reputation is anything to go by, there doesn’t appear to be any reason to believe this mount will provide anything less than a good fit and durability. What do you think, readers? Do you like the idea of the applicable gun/optic combinations? Will you be purchasing a Saddle mount? Let us know your opinions in the comments below! See you at the range.

Images courtesy of Reptilia Corp.

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