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Reptilia Launches DOT Mount for Aimpoint T-1/T-2

Reptilia has launched their latest product, the DOT Mount. It’s a straight forward design, with no giant bolts or throw levers hanging off the side.

The DOT Mount by Reptilia is a lightweight, slim-line mounting solution for a variety of red dot optics. Machined from billet 7075-T6 aluminum with Milspec Type III hard anodized finish, the DOT Mount attaches to any M1913 Picatinny Rail, and offers lower 1/3 co-witness with standard AR15-style back-up sights. Its spring-loaded nitrided steel clamp and mounting bolt simplify the installation process, and sit flush with the body of the mount for a low-profile, anti-snag design.

Available immediately in black for Aimpoint T-1/T-2 style optics, with Flat Dark Earth and Clear anodized versions shipping in late March. Like all Reptilia products, the DOT Mount is 100% made in the USA and carries a full lifetime warranty against manufacturer defects.

Additional heights and optic configurations coming soon.

3 Responses to “Reptilia Launches DOT Mount for Aimpoint T-1/T-2”

  1. Justin says:

    Looks nice fellas, good job.

  2. Hank says:

    Don’t think they could have copied the Geissele Super Precision mount any harder even if they tried.

  3. Stickman says:


    On the surface with a quick glance I can see where you might think a lot of mounts look the same. Owning both of these, I don’t share the same opinion. I’ll point out that I know people from both companies, and like all involved, none of this is a slam or cheap shot at either company. Both companies are using a variant of the proven “I beam” construction for strength (IMHO).

    Geissele T1/2 mount:

    Weight- 73 grams (cowitness mount)
    Bottom- 34.8mm long
    Top- 47.6mm long
    Width- 45.6mm
    I Beam at most narrow point 10.7mm

    Reptilia T1/2 mount:

    Weight- 49 grams (lower 1/3rd witness mount which is larger)
    Bottom- 52.2mm long
    Top- 50mm long
    Width- 31.5mm
    I Beam at most narrow point 14mm

    Looks are subjective, so I can’t argue or fact find anything with or against you. I’m just giving some additional info for people who may be interested. If you have any questions with it, I’ll answer what I can, but I pull a trigger better than I do engineer things… so my answers might not be 100% proper.