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Introduction

With every passing year, more red dot sights are available on the market. There have never been as many optics manufacturers as there are now, which means that there have never been as many different optical devices as there are now.

Red Dot Sights

Red dot sights have been steadily gaining in popularity – for this reason, they can be found in the offer of most manufacturers of optics around the world. Even companies such as Kahles and Leica, who haven’t manufactured red dot sights before, have recently launched their own versions.

Click here to see all footprints of red dot sights in our database

Table Preview Footprints

In this article, the most common footprints/mounting standards used on red dot sights are listed. Each standard is described and an image of it is added. At the end of each section, red dot sights that use the footprint discussed are listed.

Docter/Noblex standard

This is one of the most widely used footprints in the field of red dot sights. It has two holes for screws and four sockets in which the pins on the mount/adapter fit, one in each corner. There is a wide range of mounts for this footprint on the market, which is one of the main reasons why it is used by so many manufacturers. Docter/Noblex standard is simple and reliable.

Red dot sights that share this footprint:

* These red dot sights have a Docter/Noblex footprint, but the adapter supplied with them has wider threaded sockets than adapters suited for a Docter/Noblex footprint. Consequently, thicker screws are enclosed. You can mount these red dots on an adapter designed specifically for the Docter/Noblex footprint, but you will not be able to use the screws supplied with them – thinner screws are needed.

Docter, Noblex footprint
Docter, Noblex footprint on Noblex Sight II+
Docter, Noblex footprint
Docter, Noblex footprint on Leica Tempus
Docter/Noblex sight footprint
Docter/Noblex sight footprint

Note: distances between holes (sockets) are measured from and to the center of the hole (socket).

Important notes

Meopta Meosight IIIDelta Optical MiniDot HD 25, and Meprolight MicroRDS use a footprint that is very similar to the one used by Docter. The four sockets, one in each corner, are in the exact same places. The holes for the screws, however, are not. This is why Meopta Meosight III, Delta Optical MiniDot HD 25, and Meprolight MicroRDS cannot be mounted on every adapter designed for the Docter/Noblex footprint. Several adapters are designed so that both Docter/Noblex footprint sights and Meopta Meosight III/Delta Optical MiniDot HD 25/Meprolight MicroRDS can be mounted on them (see the images below).

Meopta Meosight III (above) and Docter Sight C (below) (source: Christian S.)
Meopta Meosight III (above) and Docter Sight C (below) (source: Christian S.)
Meopta Meosight III (above) and Docter Sight C (below) (source: Christian S.)
Meopta Meosight III (above) and Docter Sight C (below) (source: Christian S.)
An EAW adapter for Docter & Noblex footprint (left) and an adapter for Delta Optical MiniDot HD 25
An EAW adapter for Docter & Noblex footprint (left) and an adapter for Delta Optical MiniDot HD 25
Noblex Sight III (left) and Delta Optical MiniDot HD 25 (right)
Noblex Sight III (left) and Delta Optical MiniDot HD 25 (right)
Various adapters for the Docter/Noblex footprint (for different pistols) (source: Christian S.)
Various adapters for the Docter/Noblex footprint (for different pistols) (source: Christian S.)

Aimpoint Micro standard

Aimpoint is the first company to have used this standard on their Micro small tube sights. Today, other manufacturers of this type of sights use it as well. The surface of the footprint is slightly lifted in the middle – on each side of the lifted section, there are two holes for screws. The lifted section is cut in the middle – this is where the recoil stop fits.

Red dot sights that share this footprint:

Aimpoint Micro footprint
Aimpoint Micro footprint
Aimpoint Micro footprint
Aimpoint Micro footprint

Note: distances between holes (sockets) are measured from and to the center of the hole (socket).

Important notes

GPO Spectra uses a footprint that is identical to the one used by Aimpoint Micro. Even though it appears to be the same at first sight, there is a protruding part underneath the illumination knob. Because of it, the adapters designed for an Aimpoint Micro footprint do not fit into place at that side (check the picture below). GPO Spectra uses a unique adapter with narrow side sections.

GPO Spectra and its footprint (right) next to Aimpoint Micro H-2 and its footprint (left)
GPO Spectra and its footprint (right) next to Aimpoint Micro H-2 and its footprint (left)
An adapter designed for GPO Spectra's footprint (right) next to the adapter designed for Aimpoint Micro's footprint (left)
An adapter designed for GPO Spectra’s footprint (right) next to the adapter designed for Aimpoint Micro’s footprint (left)
An adapter designed for GPO Spectra's footprint
An adapter designed for GPO Spectra’s footprint
GPO Spectra footprint
GPO Spectra footprint

Hawke Endurance 1×25 and 1×30 red dot sights also use a footprint slightly different from the Aimpoint Micro one. The lifted section in the middle is wider, thus adapters designed for a Docter/Noblex footprint do not fit in place.

Hawke Endurance 1x30 red dot sight footprint
Hawke Endurance 1×30 red dot sight footprint
Hawke Endurance 1x30 does not fit on an EAW adapter designed for a Docter & Noblex footprint
Hawke Endurance 1×30 does not fit on an EAW adapter designed for a Docter & Noblex footprint

C-more standard

This is a standard found on C-more’s popular red dot sights, RTS and STS. Some other manufacturers also use it because of its simplicity and reliability. The footprint has two holes for screws and two sockets in which the pins on the mount/adapter fit.

Red dot sights that share this footprint:

C-more footprint
C-more footprint
C-more footprint
C-more footprint

Note: distances between holes (sockets) are measured from and to the center of the hole (socket).

Shield standard

Shield sights are incredibly compact, which is why Shield had to come up with a footprint of their own. It is designed similarly to the Noblex/Docter footprint (there are two holes for the screws and four sockets in which the notches on the mount/adapter fit, one in each corner). The sockets, however, are a little bit wider and closer one to another.

Red dot sights that share this footprint:

Shield footprint
Shield footprint
Docter, Noblex footprint (top) and Shield footprint (bottom)
Docter, Noblex footprint (top) and Shield footprint (bottom)
Shield sight footprint
Shield sight footprint

Note: distances between holes (sockets) are measured from and to the center of the hole (socket).

Important notes

Even though Shield RMS and RMSc differ in dimensions (the ‘c’ version is smaller), the distances between the holes are the same, which is why an adapter designed for Shield footprint fits on both.

  • RMSc -(length x width x height) 40 x 23 x 22 mm
  • RMS  – (length x width x height) 42 x 25 x 23 mm
Shield RMS (left) and Shield RMSc (right)

A modification of the Shield standard

Important Notes

Old versions Holosun 407K and Holosun 507K and new models Holosun 407K X2 and Holosun 507K X2 all feature a modification of the Shield footprint. The differences are:

  • the two rear sockets are missing
  • the sockets in the front are shallower

For this reason, some pistols that are optic ready for Shield footprint need to be modified for the 407 and 507K. Namely, the two rear indexing lugs on the pistol have to be removed and the two front indexing lugs shortened in height. Hellcat and Walther PPS are examples of such pistols (some pistols, such as Sig Sauer P365XL, do not have to be modified).

Holosun 407K and 507K footprint
Holosun 407K and 507K footprint

Trijicon RMR standard

This footprint has two holes for screws and two sockets in which the pins on the mount/adapter fit – these are in the front, in each corner. Even though the sockets are in the front only, the footprint is somewhat reminiscent of the Docter/Noblex one. Note, however, that the sockets in the corners are farther apart on the Trijicon footprint and bigger in diameter.

Red dot sights that share this footprint:

Trijicon RMR footprint
Trijicon RMR footprint
Trijicon RMR footprint
Trijicon RMR footprint

Note: distances between holes (sockets) are measured from and to the center of the hole (socket).

Trijicon MRO standard

There are four screw holes on the footprint, two in the front, two in the rear. The holes on the left are separated from the holes on the right with a lifted section in the middle.

Red dot sights that share this footprint:

Trijicon MRO footprint

Important notes

Burris RT-1X’s footprint is the same as the one on Trijicon MRO, but there is a difference in the supplied screws. RT-1X comes with screws that have bigger heads than the ones supplied with the MRO, which is why you cannot use them to fix an original Trijicon adapter on the Burris red dot. If you wish to mount an original Trijicon adapter on the Burris RT-1X, you have to use the screws supplied with the Trijicon adapter (see the picture below).

Trijicon’s original adapter for the MRO footprint (right – original screw, left – a screw supplied with Burris RT-1X

A modification of the ‘Trijicon MRO’ footprint

Vector Optics Centurion 1×30 features a modification of the ‘Trijicon MRO’ footprint. The distances between the screw holes are the same, and so is the thread. The difference is in the lifted section. On Centurion, the middle part of the lifted section is cut out to create space for a recoil stop. For this reason, a mount designed for the Trijicon MRO footprint fits on the Centurion, while a mount designed for the Vector Optics Centurion (with a recoil stop) does not fit on the MRO (the middle part of the lifted section is not cut out).Vector Optics Centurion 1x30 Footprint

Vector Optics Centurion 1×30 Footprint

Aimpoint Acro standard

Aimpoint designed a new footprint for their Acro red dot sights. There are grooves on the side of it with a movable part used to fix the red dot sight in place. The movable part is connected to a recoil stopper. The system is similar (but not the same) as the one designed for a Picatinny rail.

This footprint is featured on:
Acro C-1
Acro P-1
Acro C-2
Acro P-2Aimpoint ACRO footprint

Aimpoint ACRO footprintFrom left to right - Holosun 509 T adapter, Aimpoint ACRO adapter, Aimpoint ACRO, Holosun 509T

From left to right – Holosun 509 T adapter, Aimpoint ACRO adapter, Aimpoint ACRO, Holosun 509THolosun 509T Adapter (left) and Aimpoint ACRO adapter (right)

Holosun 509T Adapter (left) and Aimpoint ACRO adapter (right)Aimpoint Acro footprint

Aimpoint Acro footprint

Note: distances between holes (sockets) are measured from and to the center of the hole (socket).

Important notes

Steiner MPS’s footprint is identical to the one on Aimpoint Acro. The grooves in which the adapter fit are not in the exact same place but the recoil notch is. This is why adapters designed for Aimpoint Acro’s footprint can be mounted on MPS as well.Steiner MPS footprint

Steiner MPS footprint

Red dot sights that have a unique footprint

Trijicon RMRcc has a footprint without recoil-stopping sockets. There are two holes for screws between the middle and rear section. The size of the footprint is similar to Shield RMS/SMS, Leupold Delta Point Pro, Holosun 407/507K, etc.

Trijicon RMRcc footprint
Trijicon RMRcc footprint
Trijicon RMRcc footprint
Trijicon RMRcc footprint

This red dot sight has a unique footprint that works similarly to a footprint designed for the Picatinny rail. The adapters suitable for it are slid into place and then fixed with the movable side section. A recoil stop helps keep the adapter in place.

Holosun 509T footprint
Holosun 509T footprint
Holosun 509T footprint
Holosun 509T footprint
Holosun 509T with an RMR adapter for its footprint
Holosun 509T with an RMR adapter for its footprint

The footprint of the Infinity models is flat, with three notches for recoil stoppers. The adapter is fixed in place with four screws.

Holosun Infinity footprint

Sig Sauer’s Romeo 1 has a footprint suitable for mounting on certain Sig Sauer pistols – you will need a special adapter if you wish to mount it elsewhere.

Sig Sauer Romeo 1 Footprint
Sig Sauer Romeo 1 Footprint

All Steiner MRS red dot sights share the same footprint – there are only two narrow notches in the front, while the holes for the screws are located at the rear of the sight, on both sides, left and right.

The ‘Universal’ model, however, is supplied with an adapter which converts the footprint into the one designed for Docter/Noblex adapters.

Steiner MRS footprint
Steiner MRS footprint
Steiner MRS Universal's footprint
Steiner MRS Universal’s footprint
Steiner MRS Universal with the supplied adapter for the Docter & Noblex footprint
Steiner MRS Universal with the supplied adapter for the Docter & Noblex footprint
Steiner MRS with the supplied adapter, paired with a Picatinny adapter for the Docter & Noblex footprint
Steiner MRS with the supplied adapter, paired with a Picatinny adapter for the Docter & Noblex footprint
  • Holosun Paralow 403A
Holosun Paralow HS403 A footprint
Holosun Paralow HS403 A footprint
  • DI Optical RV2
DI Optical RV2 footprint
DI Optical RV2 footprint
  • Vector Optics Nautilus 1×30

Even though this footprint looks identical to the one on DI Optical RV2, there are minimal differences between the two. The lifted sections with screw holes are narrower on RV2. Because of some other minimal deviations, the supplied adapters are not interchangeable between these two sights.

Vector Optics Nautilus 1×30 footprint
DI Optical RV 2 (left) and Vector Optics Nautilus 1x30 (right) with supplied adapters
DI Optical RV 2 (left) and Vector Optics Nautilus 1×30 (right) with supplied adapters
DI Optical RV 2 (left) and Vector Optics Nautilus 1x30 (right)
DI Optical RV 2 (left) and Vector Optics Nautilus 1×30 (right)

This article is regularly updated with new information and user contributions. We aim to create a collection of useful data that will be of great help to users, potential buyers of red dot sights, and those who are looking for a specific mount/adapter for their red dot sight.

If you have a compact reflex or small tube sight that isn’t listed in this article, please be so kind as to send a picture of the sight and its footprint to andraz.gradisnik@optics-trade.com – help us expand our database. We greatly appreciate everyone’s help!

Here are listed all red dot sights we measured:Search:

Red Dot Sight  Footprint standard
Steiner MPSREAD MOREBUY NOWAimpoint Acro standard
Aimpoint ACRO C-1READ MOREBUY NOWAimpoint Acro standard
Aimpoint ACRO C-2READ MOREBUY NOWAimpoint Acro standard
Aimpoint ACRO P-1READ MOREBUY NOWAimpoint Acro standard
Aimpoint ACRO P-2READ MOREBUY NOWAimpoint Acro standard
Aimpoint Micro H-1READ MOREBUY NOWAimpoint Micro standard
Aimpoint Micro H-2READ MOREBUY NOWAimpoint Micro standard
Aimpoint Micro T-1READ MOREDISCONTINUEDAimpoint Micro standard
Aimpoint Micro T-2READ MOREBUY NOWAimpoint Micro standard
Burris Fastfire RDREAD MOREBUY NOWAimpoint Micro standard
Primary Arms Micro DotsREAD MOREBUY NOWAimpoint Micro standard
MAKdot S 1×20READ MOREBUY NOWAimpoint Micro standard
Blaser RD 17READ MOREBUY NOWAimpoint Micro standard
Vortex CrossfireREAD MOREBUY NOWAimpoint Micro standard
Vortex Sparc ARREAD MOREBUY NOWAimpoint Micro standard
Vortex Sparc SolarREAD MOREBUY NOWAimpoint Micro standard
Minox RV1READ MOREBUY NOWAimpoint Micro standard
Holosun Paralow 403 models (except the ‘A‘ model)READ MOREBUY NOWAimpoint Micro standard
Holosun Paralow 503 modelsREAD MOREBUY NOWAimpoint Micro standard
Holosun Paralow 515 modelsREAD MOREBUY NOWAimpoint Micro standard
Holosun Paralow 530 modelsREAD MOREBUY NOWAimpoint Micro standard
Sig Sauer Romeo4READ MOREBUY NOWAimpoint Micro standard
Sig Sauer Romeo5READ MOREBUY NOWAimpoint Micro standard
DI Optical SP1READ MOREBUY NOWAimpoint Micro standard
Athlon Midas TSR2READ MOREBUY NOWAimpoint Micro standard
Actus Core-1 1×20READ MOREBUY NOWAimpoint Micro standard
Actus Core-2 1×20READ MOREBUY NOWAimpoint Micro standard
Sightmark WolverineREAD MOREBUY NOWAimpoint Micro standard
Swampfox Liberator 1×22READ MOREBUY NOWAimpoint Micro standard
Vector Optics Maverick 1×22READ MOREBUY NOWAimpoint Micro standard
C-more STSREAD MOREDiscontinuedC-more standard
C-more STS 2READ MOREBUY NOWC-more standard
C-more RTSREAD MOREDiscontinuedC-more standard
C-more RTS 2READ MOREBUY NOWC-more standard
Delta Optical MiniDot HD 24READ MOREBUY NOWC-more standard
Delta Optical MiniDot HD 26READ MOREDISCONTINUEDC-more standard
Delta Optical StrykerREAD MOREBUY NOWC-more standard
FTP Optics Alpha 3READ MOREC-more standard
Kahles Helia RDREAD MOREBUY NOWC-more standard
Vortex RazorREAD MOREBUY NOWC-more standard
Sig Sauer Romeo3 1×25READ MOREBUY NOWC-more standard
Sig Sauer Romeo3 Max 1×30READ MOREBUY NOWC-more standard
Docter/Noblex Sight CREAD MOREDISCONTINUEDDocter/Noblex standard
Docter/Noblex sight 2+READ MOREBUY NOWDocter/Noblex standard
Docter/Noblex sight IIIREAD MOREDISCONTINUEDDocter/Noblex standard
Docter/Noblex QUICKsight 5.0 VRREAD MOREBUY NOWDocter/Noblex standard
Noblex Sight GREAD MOREBUY NOWDocter/Noblex standard
Vortex ViperREAD MOREBUY NOWDocter/Noblex standard
Vortex VenomREAD MOREBUY NOWDocter/Noblex standard
Sightmark Mini Shot M-SpecREAD MOREBUY NOWDocter/Noblex standard
Leica TempusREAD MOREBUY NOWDocter/Noblex standard
MAKdot 1×25READ MOREBUY NOWDocter/Noblex standard
Vomz Pilad 1×20READ MOREDISCONTINUEDDocter/Noblex standard
ADE Advanced Optics RD3-006B HuracanREAD MOREDocter/Noblex standard
ADE Advanced Optics RD3-009 CrusaderREAD MOREDocter/Noblex standard
ADE Advanced Optics RD3-012 DeltaREAD MOREDocter/Noblex standard
ADE Advanced Optics RD3-013 BertrilliumREAD MOREDocter/Noblex standard
Burris Fastfire 2READ MOREBUY NOWDocter/Noblex standard (enclosed adapter with wider threaded sockets)
Burris Fastfire 3READ MOREBUY NOWDocter/Noblex standard (enclosed adapter with wider threaded sockets)
Delta Optical MiniDotREAD MOREDiscontinuedDocter/Noblex standard (enclosed adapter with wider threaded sockets)
Delta Optical MiniDot IIREAD MOREBUY NOWDocter/Noblex standard (enclosed adapter with wider threaded sockets)
Hawke Reflex 1×25READ MOREDISCONTINUEDDocter/Noblex standard (enclosed adapter with wider threaded sockets)
Vector Optics Frenzy 1x20x28READ MOREBUY NOWDocter/Noblex standard (enclosed adapter with wider threaded sockets)
Sightmark Mini Shot Pro SpecREAD MOREBUY NOWDocter/Noblex standard (enclosed adapter with wider threaded sockets)
US Optics DRS 2.0READ MOREBUY NOWDocter/Noblex standard (enclosed adapter with wider threaded sockets)
US Optics DRS 2.0 EnhancedREAD MOREBUY NOWDocter/Noblex standard (enclosed adapter with wider threaded sockets)
Shield RMSREAD MOREBUY NOWShield standard
Shield RMScREAD MOREBUY NOWShield standard
Shield RMSwREAD MOREBUY NOWShield standard
Shield SMSREAD MOREBUY NOWShield standard
Sig Sauer Romeo ZeroREAD MOREBUY NOWShield standard
Leupold Delta Point ProREAD MOREBUY NOWShield standard
JP Enterprises JPointREAD MOREShield standard
ADE Advanced Optics RD3-018 SpikeREAD MOREShield standard
ADE Advanced Optics RD3-021 NuwaREAD MOREShield standard
Swampfox Sentinel 1×16READ MOREBUY NOWShield standard
Vector Optics Frenzy-S 1x17x24 MICREAD MOREBUY NOWShield standard
Trijicon MROREAD MOREBUY NOWTrijicon MRO standard
Trijicon MRO PatrolREAD MOREBUY NOWTrijicon MRO standard
Burris RT-1XREAD MOREBUY NOWTrijicon MRO standard
Trijicon RMRREAD MOREBUY NOWTrijicon RMR standard
Trijicon SROREAD MOREBUY NOWTrijicon RMR standard
Holosun HS407CREAD MOREBUY NOWTrijicon RMR standard
Holosun HS507CREAD MOREBUY NOWTrijicon RMR standard
Holosun HS508TREAD MOREBUY NOWTrijicon RMR standard
Riton X3 Tactix PRDREAD MOREBUY NOWTrijicon RMR standard
NcStar VISM FlipDot ProREAD MORETrijicon RMR standard
ADE Advanced Optics RD3-019 StingrayREAD MORETrijicon RMR standard
ADE Advanced Optics RD3-020 RaptorREAD MORETrijicon RMR standard
ADE Advanced Optics RD3-023 ValkyrieREAD MORETrijicon RMR standard
Swampox KingslayerREAD MOREBUY NOWTrijicon RMR standard
Swampfox Liberty RMR 1×22READ MOREBUY NOWTrijicon RMR standard
Swampfox Justice RMR 1×27READ MOREBUY NOWTrijicon RMR standard
Vector Optics Frenzy 1x22x26READ MOREBUY NOWTrijicon RMR standard
GPO SpectraREAD MOREBUY NOWUnique
DI Optical RV2READ MOREBUY NOWUnique
Hawke Endurance 1×25READ MOREBUY NOWUnique
Hawke Endurance 1×30READ MOREBUY NOWUnique
Holosun 509TREAD MOREBUY NOWUnique
Holosun Infinity modelsREAD MOREBUY NOWUnique
Holosun Paralow 403AREAD MOREDISCONTINUEDUnique
Sig Sauer Romeo 1READ MOREBUY NOWUnique
Steiner MRSREAD MOREBUY NOWUnique
Steiner MRS UniversalREAD MOREDiscontinuedUnique
Trijicon RMRccREAD MOREBUY NOWUnique
Vector Optics Nautilus 1×30READ MOREBUY NOWUnique
Holosun 407KREAD MOREBUY NOWUnique (modification of the Shield standard)
Holosun 507KREAD MOREBUY NOWUnique (modification of the Shield standard)
Vector Optics Centurion 1×30READ MOREBUY NOWUnique (modification of the Trijicon MRO standard)
Meopta Meosight IIIREAD MOREDISCONTINUEDUnique (similar to Docter/Noblex standard)
Delta Optical MiniDot HD 25READ MOREBUY NOWUnique (similar to Docter/Noblex standard)
Meprolight MicroRDSREAD MOREBUY NOW
Unique (similar to Docter/Noblex standard)

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Adapter plates

An adapter plate is needed if you wish to mount a red dot sight on your handgun. As there are red dot sights with different footprints on the market, it is important to pick the suitable one. Some handguns are optic-ready and come with a footprint-specific plate. In the following link, you will find a vast selection of red dot sight plates that either fit directly on a specific handgun or convert the existing footprint-specific surface to make it compatible with another footprint:

Adapter plates

Picture gallery

Steiner MPS footprint
Trijicon RMRcc footprint
Trijicon-RMRcc-footprint-3
Trijicon RMRcc footprint
Trijicon's original adapter for the MRO footprint (right - original screw, left - a screw supplied with Burris RT-1X
Shield RMS (left) and Shield RMSc (right)
Steiner MRS with the supplied adapter, paired with a Picatinny adapter for the Docter & Noblex footprint
Steiner MRS Universal's footprint
Steiner MRS Universal with the supplied adapter for the Docter & Noblex footprint
Holosun 509T Adapter (left) and Aimpoint ACRO adapter (right)
From left to right - Holosun 509 T adapter, Aimpoint ACRO adapter, Aimpoint ACRO, Holosun 509T
Aimpoint ACRO adapter (left) and Holosun 509T Adapter (right)
Hawke Endurance 1x30 red dot sight footprint
Hawke Endurance 1x30 does not fit on an EAW adapter designed for a Docter & Noblex footprint
DI Optical RV 2 (left) and Vector Optics Nautilus 1x30 (right)
DI Optical RV 2 (left) and Vector Optics Nautilus 1x30 (right) with supplied adapters
Vector Optics Nautilus 1x30 footprint
DI Optical RV2 footprint
Noblex Sight III (left) and Delta Optical MiniDot HD 25 (right)
An EAW adapter for Docter & Noblex footprint (left) and an adapter for Delta Optical MiniDot HD 25
Holosun 509T with an RMR adapter for its footprint
Holosun 509T footprint
Holosun 509T footprint
Trijicon RMR footprint
Trijicon RMR footprint
Shield sight footprint
Docter/Noblex sight footprint
Trijicon MRO footprint
Holosun 507K
Holosun 507K
Holosun 507K
Holosun 407K and 507K footprint
Vector Optics Centurion 1x30 Footprint
HS507C-RD V2
HS507C-RD V2
HS507C-RD V2
HS507C-RD V2
HS507C-RD V2
HS507C-RD Gen II (left) and Gen I (right)
GPO Spectra and its footprint (right) next to Aimpoint Micro H-2 and its footprint (left)
An adapter designed for GPO Spectra's footprint
An adapter designed for GPO Spectra's footprint (right) next to the adapter designed for Aimpoint Micro's footprint (left)
An adapter designed for GPO Spectra's footprint
A Picatinny adapter supplied with Hawke Vantage 1x25 (right) next to the Docter & Noblex footprint adapter made by EAW (left)
Hawke Vantage 1x25
GPO Spectra footprint
GPO Spectra footprint
Trijicon RMR footprint
Shield Sight footprint
Docter Sight footprint
C-more footprint
Aimpoint Micro footprint
Aimpoint Acro footprint

Source and author: Andraž Gradišnik, www.optics-trade.eu

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