• Lightweight with reinforced structural integrity
  • Mounts to 1913 Picatinny rails
  • Ultra strong with built in recoil lugs
  • Precision Return to Zero mount
  • Available in Absolute Co-Witness Height and Lower 1/3 Height


  • Material: 7075 Aircraft Grade Aluminum
  • Finish: Type III Hardcoat Anodized (matte black)
  • Weight:
    • Absolute Co-Witness: 1.09 oz.
    • Lower 1/3: 1.09 oz.
  • Length: 1.5"
  • Width: 1.16"


  • Trijicon MRO


  • 1x SLR Rifleworks Trijicon MRO Mount
  • 2x Mounting Screws
  • 4x Optic Mounting Screws


Are you ready to opt in for some optics to top off your weapon of choice? If you want MRO glass up top then you must use a high-quality Trijicon MRO mount to keep it in place. You will know that your optics will stay put through anything. Or you may choose the Trijicon MRO co-witness mount. It is engineered to the same exacting standards but provides you the option for a different line of sight. The solid construction of these SLR Rifleworks Trijicon MRO mounts renders them virtually indestructible. You will love either of these mounts on top of your weapon. They are lightweight, sleek, and rugged so you can depend on either of these mounts to deliver above and beyond your expectations.

Absolute Versus 1/3 Co-Witness Trijicon MRO Mount

The Trijicon MRO co-witness mount and the MRO lower 1/3 mount differ only in their height. If you want direct sight alignment the absolute co-witness option brings this into focus. Putting your optics in line with your iron sights allows for a more direct target picture. Some feel this clutters the sight picture and is not beneficial. If you go with the 1/3 co-witness mount the optics ride a bit higher requiring you to adjust between iron and optics. Deciding between the Trijicon MRO mount and the Trijicon MRO co-witness mount can be difficult. These high-quality mounts are reasonably priced so you may opt for both. Either quickly install on a Picatinny rail so you can try both and decide for yourself which is right for you.

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