Review Aimpoint Torison Nut Picatinny (TNP) and Lever Release Picatinny LRP Bases Only Buy Guide.

price $149.61

AimPoint Torison Nut Picatinny (TNP) and Lever Release Picatinny LRP Bases are new Aimpoint Red Dot Sight Accessories. These red dot sight accessories boasts the same Aimpoint quality as we have come to expect from Aimpoint Red Dot Sights. These Aimpoint Red Dot Sight Accessories are made to work with the Aimpoint Red Dot Scopes.

    Available Models of AimPoint Picatinny Bases:
  • 12197: AimPoint TNP Torsion Nut Picatinny, base only
  • 12198: Aim Point LRP Lever Release Picatinny, base only

RATING
92.75 /100
  • Design

    Excellent

  • Performance

    Excellent

  • Value for money

    Excellent

  • Feature

    Excellent


1-Aimpoint Torison Nut Picatinny (TNP) and Lever Release Picatinny LRP Bases Only
2-Aimpoint Torison Nut Picatinny (TNP) and Lever Release Picatinny LRP Bases Only

  • PROS
  • good concept
  • Solid well built
  • CONS
  • Lever color
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Nash - Add Reply

I previously ordered a Aimpoint Pro Patrol Red Dot Scope and it came with a mount but I needed a different one for my rifle. But Aimpoint offered a mount I could use and it is a Aimpoint Lever Release For Picatinny LRP base Only # 12198 and it works flawlessly. You can remove it with a quick throw of a lever. Nice job Aimpoint it replaced the mount that came with it with out any problem! I am glad this was also offered by Optics Planet. Thanks, larry

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Warren - Add Reply

I looked at several kinds of mounts for AR picatinny rails and that research helped me choose the best option me. Optics Planet provided the best price that I could find. Pros: quality construction, ease of use Cons: none

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Eddie - Add Reply

Great Quick Detach, will not scrath rail or leave mark behind like other quick detach mounts Pros: Quick Detach, quailty design Cons: none

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Garrison - Add Reply

This base well fits my Aimpoint Comp M4S. The bulky knob of the M4S was creating me some difficulties and I️ replaced it with this lever base and I’m totally happy with it. Only the color of the lever is slightly lighter and brighter than what shows in the picture.

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Cullen - Add Reply

Pretty solid QD mount, but the reason I am giving this a 4 star it is pretty bulky, not to mention that lever should have optional colors. I rather use the old knob mount and maybe I'll check out the Midwest Industries T-1 QD Mount.

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Jacinto - Add Reply

Can't stress how important it is to get the correct piece for your project. I went thru two separate orders (one with OpticsPlanet and another vendor) for the similar but still wrong mount for my Aimpoint CompM5. Once I got the correct mount, mounting the optic on the rifle was a breeze. Do your research to find the right mount before assuming and remember that all mounts are not the same. Might see some gaps after tightening the mount (with the 39mm spacer, in my case) with the optic. Having ordered a complete optic with mount and spacer prior, I noticed the same on that mount as well when comparing. Rock-solid after finding the sweet spot on the Torison Nut.

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Eric - Add Reply

Exact fit for the Aimpoint Micro H-1. A great way to remove the scope before storing. Pros: Small, Lightweight Cons: None

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Gregg - Add Reply

I bought this to use on Ultimak rail with my AK. This provides good 1/3 lower cowitness. One thing a user must decide is what the backup strategy is. A red dot shifts the POA of the irons slightly, so one should decide if the quick release is the backup or lower cowitness. And short distance it likely will not matter much, but for longer distances the shift can be several inches.

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