Aero Precision Ultralight 30mm Scope Mount
- 6061-T6 extruded aluminum construction
- Standard scope mount profile
- Designed for 30mm tube diameters
- Anodized black
- Screw Torque: 15 in-lbs
- Weight: 3.27 oz
Aero Precision takes some of the most state of the art manufacturing techniques and equipment derived from their work in the aerospace industry and applies it to their products in the firearms industry. They have utilized their knowledge from years of building aircraft components to design and engineer AR-15 handguards, receiver sets, scope mounts, and more. They treat every product as if it were a precision flying machine and adhere to strict quality standards to ensure law enforcement, military, and civilian customers receive a product they can rely on.
Ratings & Reviews
by Sam Killingsworth
Excellent mount, very lightweight. As always PA shipped it extremely fast. Ordered Sunday, got it Tuesday.
great inexpensive one piece mount
by Nicholas Godwin
If you're looking for an inexpensive one piece mount that's lightweight and sturdy, buy this one.
by Trader Jake
Slick design. Lightweight and non-bulky. More appealing, IMO, than the usual over-built tacti-cool stuff. No goofy protrusions to snag or gouge on stuff. Mainly me! d:^)
Great scope mount!!
I purchased two of these to mount my Primary Arms scopes and love them.
Rock solid mount!
Easy to install, solid and smooth. Its clean profile presents no snag hazards and it's strong as anything out there. The great price is just an added bonus!
by John -
I’ve used Aero Precision parts before and was very happy with them, so their Ultralight Scope Mount seemed like the ideal choice to mount an optic.
<br>While waiting for the scope that would ultimately live on the gun to arrive, I mounted a different scope on my AR so I could put some rounds downrange. Using a FAT wrench to torque the screws to 15 in-lbs, the mounting went smoothly. But when I removed the scope I was very disappointed to find ring marks where there hadn’t been any before.
<br>Inspecting the mount showed me why they left marks on my scope; the removable half of the ring wasn’t finished nearly as well as the fixed part of the ring. The chamfer around the inside perimeter of the ring almost wasn’t present so there were sharp edge and high spots that marked my scope.
<br>If you want to avoid ring marks on your scope my suggestion is to inspect the rings closely before you use them to see how well they’re finished!