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Spuhr AB Introduces RD/RDF Series

Löddeköpinge, Sweden (January 19, 2024) – Spuhr i Dalby AB (Spuhr®) is introducing the RD™/RDF™ Series of red dot mounts at the 2024 SHOT Show in Las Vegas.

Mr. Ulf Nilsson, CEO, says, “The RD and RDF series was a customer-prompted project, where a European military unit requested a mounting solution for the Aimpoint® Micro™ T-2 and the Aimpoint® 3XMag-1™ – but with a weight constraint not previously achieved by any manufacturer. We [Spuhr®] rose to the challenge and won the contract.”

The RDF series features a lightweight mount with a two-position removable magnifier yoke. The yoke is locked into the mount but can be removed completely with a simple push of a button. This patented solution provides a minimum of weight – just a mere 189 grams/6.7 oz for the mount with the magnifier yoke.

The RDF series also allow an optional Picatinny rail (SKU A-0229) to be attached to the front of the mount, for the attachment of an illuminator, as well as an optional rear iron sight.

The first model in the RDF series is the RDF-20225K, which has an optical height over rail of 57 mm/2.25” (as indicated by the model number). The RDF-20225K will be followed by the RDF-20291K, which will have a height of 74 mm/2.91”.

In addition to the RDF series, Spuhr® is also launching the RD series of lightweight red dot mounts without the magnifier yoke. Available heights are 39 mm/1.53”, 42 mm/1.65”, 49 mm/1.93”, 57 mm/2.25”, and 74 mm/2.91”. The 57 mm and 74 mm height RD mounts are also compatible with the optional Picatinny illuminator rail.

As always, quality has been a priority, where the mount does not feature any sharp while featuring the same high quality black anodizing known from all Spuhr products.


One Response to “Spuhr AB Introduces RD/RDF Series”

  1. Ray Forest says:

    It’s probably just because of the particular rifle chosen here for the photo but if weight savings is paramount, why the separate rail for the PEQ? It’s unnecessary as pictured and extra weight? I assume it’s an option for other rifles than this one? The FTTS magnifier mount is a commendable alternative arrangement.