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Goose78

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  1. Only issue I’ve had after about 10,000 rounds and a years worth of dry fire was the trigger return spring broke when I put it back together after I took the FCU apart to clean...that was in my regular X5 though. It was an aftermarket part and the company promptly sent me a new one. My legion slide is also a little worn from the holster but last I checked it didn’t affect how the gun shot.
  2. Not to throw out a million questions but are you using Sig magazines or aftermarket? Just trying to remove variables.
  3. Just keep in mind that all dots break, could happen on the 1st round or 100,000th. Seems that the R3Max and SRO from what I’ve heard/read are currently the leaders in reliability but that doesn’t mean no one has had issues. I have the R1 and R1Pro on my X5 and X5 Legion. Sig has been excellent with their warranty on the R1, haven’t put the R1Pro through the paces yet. Cant go wrong with the Holosun or Vortex for the price and using the Springer Precision mounting plate either. For what your asking I’d go with the Romeo 1 Pro. I only just found out that the new Legions have RMR cuts so if you can verify that, it opens up your options for optics with RMR cuts like the Holosun.
  4. Goose78

    P320 X5 Thread

    After about 10,000 rds and a good amount of dry fire I had the trigger return spring break on my x5...although it was a Gray Guns trigger kit. Now I keep back up springs just in case.
  5. Currently have talon grips on my legion. Shot a two day class where the first day it poured rain all day. Talon grips didn’t even budge. All personal preference though.
  6. Anyone have issues with the dot going out on the Sig Romeo 1 6 moa? Had about 1500 rounds total and at my last practice session of about 200 rounds the dot went out. I had the battery cap torqued down to 10in sq lbs prior to shooting and even tried a new battery after it went out. Later that night when I had time to see what was going on it was working fine, even racked the slide a fair amount to see if it would go out. Fast forward to the first stage of the match today and after 32 rounds the dot went out again....luckily a buddy helped me out with a backup. Kicker is the dot is working again at home. I have a feeling that unless Sig can duplicate it they are just going to send it back and say nothing as wrong with it. Anyone seen this before? Operator error?
  7. Anyone have issues with the battery cap coming loose? Had the battery cap torqued down to 10in lbs (I assume that is the recommended torque setting) and after about 1500 rounds the dot went out, would randomly come on and off when the slide was racked. The battery cap seemed tight but unscrewed it anyways, changed batteries same results. Didn’t have my FAT screw driver to torque it down so had to wait to get home. Seems to be fine now. Hopefully won’t have any issues at the match this weekend.
  8. Goose78

    P320 X5 Thread

    I had this exact same thing happen to me last night. Roughly 15k rounds and numerous hours of dry fire. Broke in the same exact spot, same trigger upgrade. Hopefully they will replace the part and won’t have to buy the whole kit.
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