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Stician

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    Devon, PA
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    Ben Hsiao

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  1. Just replace the grip if it bothers you I’m not sure how a Walther will make it better. X5 Legion mags practically go in by themselves after years shooting a Stock 2. 1 sec par time from sight on target, reload, back on target is standard skill. That’s not fast enough to beat up a mag well to the point of abandon.
  2. I have a 226 Legion along with my 320 Legions. I think the 226 is very shootable out of the box. may consider a smaller E2 grip to help manipulation and 1st shot. Also lots of reps to get the mag change going as the magwell opening is old school. I don’t know what recoil spring it comes with but it’s light enough to run 125gr tuned ammo and the real GG short reset trigger is sweet. SA is clean and has a positive reset. Sig used to sell a CO topend with a Romeo1 milled in. Not sure if they updated to a R1Pro. It’s all part of the charm. Over the years I’ve made all the rounds shooting the usual suspects. I like Sigs now. Simple, reliable, well made and good customer support.
  3. After a few months I decided to put the Lyman gauge back on my main Legion, it dropped from 4 lb 3 oz to 3 lb 12 oz over a 5 pull average. My backup Legion is still 4 lb 3 oz. Need to start dryfiring this one.
  4. Actually this works better than blue for both plate and optic Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  5. I can swap between a SRO and R1P on my two Legions without any adjustments. SRO sits taller because of the Springer plate. In live fire the dot stays inside the SRO glass but disappears in the R1P. In reality muscle memory dictates the follow up shot and the eye confirms the acceptable sight picture before breaking the shot. In short, a dot is a dot. Shoot as you see. Knowing what I know now I would get a second R1P and skip the SRO. Can’t comment on reliability yet. The R1P screws are thicker than the SRO. I run the shroud. I got the SRO in July during the hype so paid $540 plus another $45 for a silly plate that requires filing to fit. The R1P was under $400 and planned to keep it as a backup. I actually like it and it’s easier to sight in with the rear notch and factory front sight. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  6. I haven’t found gas fouling to be an issue on the 320 Legions. One of mine has a SRO and another Romeo 1 pro. See the dot just fine through a match and the trigger out of the box is gtg. The grip actually feels better without grip tape. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  7. No issues since early August on the original battery. Plenty of dryfire and live fire time. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  8. Stician

    Romeo 1 Pro

    You need this plate to mount SRO or 507c. They share the RMR footprint http:// https://shop.springerprecision.com/SP-Sig-M17-X-Compact-X-Five-LEGION-RMR-Mount-SP0245.htm Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  9. Stician

    Romeo 1 Pro

    At speed it’s not enough to obscure the bright 6moa on the R1Pro. It does leave a V shape vapor trail but it’s not terrible. When I get the chance I will call Sig to arrange for non LCI barrels. My SRO gets it too, it’s so even and light I’ve never noticed it until I swiped my finger. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  10. I put glue between the Talon tape and grip Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  11. Stician

    Romeo 1 Pro

    It's good. Bright dot, clear glass and fair price. I put in on my back up gun and running the SRO as my main. Glass is same, a little bit of green tint on both SRO and R1Pro. The dot is more of a blob not by much and not noticeable in sunlight. I like how the glass is as wide as the slide and I can see the front iron in case I lose zero. If I got the R1Pro first I would get a second instead of the SRO because it's not $600 with adapter plate assuming both are equally reliable. Time will tell.
  12. It's part of the charm and a display of your skill in picking up something different each time and crushing it In all seriousness I once poured hours trying to match my two Stock 2s using combinations of springs and swapping sears and hammers... I gave up. I shoot 320 Legions now and two out of the box are indistinguishable from each other.
  13. Stician

    Romeo 1 Pro

    [emoji2359] This is annoying. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  14. Stician

    Romeo 1 Pro

    Thanks Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  15. Stician

    Romeo 1 Pro

    Does the R1Pro lens foul from the LCI barrel? I got the dot today but not shooting with it tomorrow, going to a match and using the primary pistol with a SRO on it.
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