Cutting your slide for an optic can be expensive. Well, at least if you want it done right. It also limits you to only using optics that fit the footprint you chose. Plate systems work, but if you’re looking for a Glock, in my experience, the MOS guns are not as easy to find as they should be (optics compatibility on a “perfect” combat handgun should be standard by now, but that’s for another time). On top of all of this, there are so many red dots out there, committing to just one can be difficult. If you’re among the shooters who aren’t ready to cut your slide or choose one dot, the Strike Industries Scorpion Universal Reflex Mount Version 2 might be right for you.
Strike Industries @ TFB:
Say hello to next iteration of the Strike Industries Scorpion Universal Reflex Mount for GLOCK™ with Version 2 featuring the latest SI Multi-Optic Mount design. This mount easily fits most Mini/Micro Red Dot Sights (MRDS) available in the market without requiring any permanent milling or custom work on your GLOCK™ pistol slide and includes an optional to use ambidextrous charging handle.
Strike’s NEW Scorpion Universal Reflex Mount for GLOCK Version 2
The body is machined 6061-T6 aluminum and mounts by replacing your rear sight. The Scorpion Universal Reflex Mount (G-SURF) is installed in the rear sight dovetail of your Glock. It also comes with a swappable charging handle that can also be removed completely. It’s compatible with all five generations of Glock pistols.
- Length: 1.97″
- Width: 1.12″
- Height: 0.72″
- Weight: .64 oz
- Price: $60.95
If you want to try this mount on your Glock, pick one up directly from the Strike Industries website. Make sure you’re also following Strike on all of their social media pages. They can be found on Facebook, Instagram, YouTube, and Twitter. Be safe out there!
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.
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