SKD Aimpoint QRP2 Riser (PRO/COMP M4)
Introducing the NEW SKD AIMPOINT QRP2 RISER for the Aimpoint PRO and Comp M4!
The Aimpoint PRO and Comp M4 optics ship with a perfectly usable mounting system that often gets tossed in the random parts bin to upgrade to a taller aftermarket mount. With new mounts often costing in excess of $150, accessorizing your Aimpoint optic can strain your wallet. With the NEW SKD AIMPOINT QRP2 RISER, you can upgrade your existing factory QRP2 mount to a modern height option for merely $40! Or when purchasing an Aimpoint PRO from us, you can add an SKD AIMPOINT QRP2 RISER for only $20 more!
Four riser heights are offered for the most popular applications.
- The 1.73" Riser will place the center of the optic at 1.73", which is the classic Bottom 1/3 Co-Witness position, allowing for fixed iron sights to be constantly visible for immediate use when needed, while keeping the iron sight picture at the bottom 1/3 of your Field of View so you have an uncluttered red dot view.
- The 1.93" Riser will offer you a largely unimpeded FOV when using over your PEQ-15 and matches the height of the LaRue 1.93" Mounts. Even for those not using the IR aiming devices, the 1.93" Riser will allow for an upright head position for quickly finding your dot and reducing neck fatigue, while not being too high to shoot from the prone.
- The 2.04" Riser will allow you to keep the exact same optic mounting height for shooters using a 2.04" Geissele mount for their Low Power Variable Optics, and also allows for in-line mounting of a CNVD that is secured to 1/2" Riser.
- The 2.26" Riser provides an affordable entry-level solution to use your Aimpoint with the new Unity FAST Flip to Center Magnifier hotness, while staying within a budget. We view this Riser on a PRO or Comp M4 as the gateway mount to eventually using an Aimpoint Micro Optic coupled with the Unity FAST Mount.
The SKD Aimpoint QRP2 Riser is also Bidirectional. Many shooters dislike the left-side orientation of the large torque knob on the QRP2 and Comp M4 mounts because it can sometimes impede AR15/M4 bolt-catch manipulation and can get hung on gear for most right-handed shooters. With the SKD Aimpoint QRP2 Riser, you can now mount the QRP2 Riser base in the opposite direction by design, with the knob on the right-side of the receiver, keeping the left side of the receiver clear and open for bolt-catch manipulations. When the torque knob is mounted above or near the ejection port, it will not get in the way of your ejection pattern, but it will collect fouling easily so we recommend masking the knob with painters tape for extended training sessions.
Ordered on 5/4/20 in the middle of the worst crisis a millenial has ever endured......the wuhan virus. Arrived on 5/7/20 and I was LARPing in seconds thru out my 2 floor bungalow in the most effective urban camo known to man........ tighty whitey Brief underwear and my Team wendy multicam bump helmet with pvs-14s. Long story short this thing is solid. Great alternative to high dollar mounts.
I'm an idiot because for 4 years I've overcranked my head sideways and down and induced cervical scoliosis by using the cowitness Aimpoint PRO mount instead of getting SKD's legit 2.04" riser. Don' be an idiot and raise that shit.
It’s perfect for shootin wit da mfowty gas mask
A great product at a decent price. The best option O found for bringing the Aimpoint M4S to a 1/3 cowitness height. Shipping was fast and product installed easily.
Perfect!!! Just what I needed.
Exactly the correct height on standard height base to clear an Steiner OTAL-C. Less weight than expected.
Install was easy.Everything I needed came with the package and it looks and works perfect. Price was awesome
Easy to install. No key provided, but have them lying around from other products. Used included vibratite, and is working well so far. This is the best true NV compatible budget optic for sure.
2.26" risers let you hip fire but still aim. Endorsed by Jennifer Love Hewitt and her long neck having ass, this is the only way to mount. Comfortable, but still gaining an arial view if the people you're flexing on.