Hawk Hill RMD: Rifle Mounted Data Dope Card Holder-- Picatinny Mount

Hawk Hill Custom
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The Hawk Hill Custom "RMD" or Rifle Mounted Data-Holder, also known as a DOPE holder, is designed to revolutionize target data management. Hawk Hill Custom's flexible design with multi axis rotations allows target data and information to be easily viewed without changing shooting position. The RMD's rugged construction will hold up to the demands of competition shooting as well as the toughest hunting, field and combat conditions. Easily folds away when not in use to prevent injury or snagging.


Included with product:

  • White Kydex card holder, includes wet erase pen to write directly on card
  • 2 alcohol wipes
  • Industrial strength velcro for attaching various objects to card.

Key features:

  • Mounts to Picatinny rail with no tools
  • Rugged, yet light weight 7075 aluminum
  • MIL-A-8625F TYPE III Hardcoat Anodize
  • All Stainless Steel Hardware
  • Detent click multi-axis rotation
  • Coated stainless external screws for a blacked-out look and extreme corrosion resistance.

*Tips for displaying data on the RMD - the included white card and wet erase pen are a great way to view data. Included wet erase pen easily wipes off with water. Allow wet erase pen to dry a few seconds before touching.
Our preferred way to apply data to the RMD is with a strip of masking tape and a sharpie marker. There are many ways to use the RMD, these are only few we've found to be helpful.


  • 4
    Hawk Hill RMD Data Card Mount-Picatinny

    Posted by Lance on Mar 6th 2020

    I picked one of these up because I had tried the Spuhr mounted version on another gun and really liked it. The pic rail mounted version is every bit as good. They are a bit spendy for just a data card holder but they hold up well and the articulation and being able to move it when you need is handy. The only reason I rated it as 4 stars is because it is a bit expensive for a data card mount but it works so there’s that.