Aero Precision Ultralight 30mm Scope Mount - SPR

SKU: AP210600
MPN: APRA210600
Manufactured by Aero Precision
10 Reviews

$75.99

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$75.99

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Details

Aero Precision Ultralight Scope Mounts are tough, reliable, and are a great complement to any high-end optic. Designed for AR style upper receivers with MIL-SPEC Picatinny rails, these scope mounts free you from unnecessary bulk, offering one of the lightest mounting solutions in the industry. Features a cross-slot keyway which ensures excellent recoil protection. The special purpose rifle scope mount profile features a rear ring that is pushed forward 2", resulting in better eye relief. These mounts are crafted from extruded 6061-T6 aluminum then Type III hardcoat anodized black.

Features:
  • 6061-T6 extruded aluminum construction
  • SPR scope mount profile
  • Anodized black
  • Screw Torque: 15 in-lbs
  • Weight: 3.36 oz

Specifications

BrandAero Precision
FinishHardcoat Anodized
Manufacturer.Aero Precision
Optic Type30mm
PlatformM1913 Picatinny
Ring Width0.65 in
Separation Inner2.45 in
Separation Outer3.75 in
Weight3.36 Oz

Ratings & Reviews

10 reviews

4.5

Excellent light weight mount

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I have these on all my comp guns now, total of 4. They are very light, and work great.

Nice And Light

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Nice lightweight scope mount!
<br>Go ahead and get a torque wrench that reads 15 inch/pounds so you don't break anything

If you don’t need QD this is THE mount to get, period.

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If you don’t need QD this is THE mount to get, period.<br>Works perfectly with 10”ish+ LPVO’s on an AR to keep the mount on the upper only w/o having to “bridge the gap” onto the rail, while allowing correct eye relief, and it’s light as f**k lol! Quality all around.

No disappointments in this purchase.

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This is a great scope mount. Three locking lugs to have a very secure mount for even some of the more powerful cartridges out there. When I got this in I did what I always do when mounting new rings/mounts to my rifles. I lap the rings to ensure a concentric bore ring to ring and to get a firmer grip on the scope with more surface area contacting the scope. I was pleasantly surprised with how little lapping was necessary.<br><br>To some of the comments about the scope twisting when tightening the rings... It is fairly easy to accommodate for this if you use a level system like the Wheeler Engineering "Level-Level-Level" or similar. <br><br>Overall I am very pleased with this purchase and you should be too.

Sexy

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Light and sexy. Just wish it were QD. Easy to mount and level, not sure why others are having such a hard time.

Light, but for the hassle.. might not be worth it.

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Overall, it does the job. However, other than holding your scope, the only other interface you will have with it is the initial setup...and that was a PITA. Leveling the scope was an hour long ordeal trying to get everything to sit just right, so that when you applied the torque sequence, it leveled out. Poor design on the clamping system. The scope will inherently rotate counterclockwise upon applying torque, so keep that in mind when setting it up.

Scope mount 30mm

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By far nice mount. Quality is all there. Mounted perfectly. No complaints here.

Aero Precision Ultrailight SPR Scope Mount

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I went to this scope mount for the weight savings w/the PA 1-6 scope. Very solid mount. As a previous review stated leveling the scope requires a bit of work, as the scope puls toward the ring screws as you tighten. I found the best method was to start with the scope level & torque the rings to 18 in-lbs. Take note of the deviation from level , loosen the ring screws, compensate for this deviation and re-torque to 18 in lbs. Would buy again when putting variable power optic on any future build.

Excellent.

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Lightweight mount and even better customer service from Primary Arms. I definitely recommend this product..

Good quality and light but

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The AP mount is good quality and light but it is kind of a pain in the a** when you're trying to level your scope up in the mount. As you tighten down no matter how little of increments and how much you skip around on the screws the scope walks toward the screws as you tighten, so you end up needing to find the perfect spot to put the scope off level away from the screw's so once you torque down the screw's it walks the scope into level. If you don't mind spending some extra time on mounting its definitely worth the price