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Michael303

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    Michael Herring

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  1. I've been running the Strike Industries extensions for the last year or so with zero issues. They're polymer and half the price of any milled aluminum extension so I don't care if they get beat up. They're actually still in great condition though.
  2. I had a JG comp trigger for a while. Now I run a Ghost Edge connector and 4lb firing pin spring. The Ghost setup is 95% as good as the JG kit but cost $235 less and has been more reliable. This is the most important thing I learned spending way too much money on Glock trigger parts. There's no magic to be unlocked. IMO anything beyond the connector and striker spring isn't worth the money, effort, or reliability to bother with.
  3. I've tried all sorts of different trigger mods all the way up to a $270 "cutom tuned" trigger. After experimenting a bunch, nothing beats a quality reduced power connector and striker spring. Any small improvement I was able to achieve over that setup wasn't worth the cost or reliability sacrifice. Currently I'm using a Ghost Edge connector and striker spring kit.
  4. I have both of those plates. Your first link was correct if it has the RMR holes. The second plate is a bit more robust though.
  5. Well sh*t. The Pro Cut slide I bought was just delivered and it does not have holes for the SRO in spite of asking twice to confirm. I think I'm going to see if I can get it drilled and tapped for the SRO and use the CHPWS filler plate. Super disappointing.
  6. Henning group base pads will add 5 rounds or 6 rounds with the Grams follower kit. They're painfully expensive with the follower kit though. I have 3...
  7. I called and asked this yesterday and was told yes. I asked twice to confirm. I was told all the slides come off the same line and should all be the same now. I ordered a Pro-cut 4.7"slide yesterday based on that conversation and it shipped today so I'll update when it's delivered. Call and ask for Mike Chandler.
  8. Here's my pre RMR slide just for informational purposes. It's one big pocket and even thinner where the left RMR hole would go. Also, I posted this in the Legion thread but figured I'd share it here too since it was being discussed. On a whim I called Sig retail yesterday to see if they have started including the RMR/SRO holes on the p320 full size slides they sell like are now coming on the x5 Legion and the guy I talked to said yes. I reconfirmed then went ahead and ordered a full size Pro-cut slide and barrel to use on my Legion with the SRO I already have.
  9. On a whim I called Sig retail yesterday to see if they have started including the RMR/SRO holes on the p320 full size slides they sell like are now coming on the x5 Legion and the guy I talked to said yes. I reconfirmed then went ahead and ordered a full size Pro-cut slide and barrel to use on my Legion with the SRO I already have.
  10. Can you post a picture of the underside of the slide?
  11. Like this? http://www.chpws.com/product/sig-p320-x-series-w-romeo1pro-dpp-cut-to-rmr-sro-holosun-adapter-plate
  12. If they add the RMR holes to the procut slides I'll pick one up and sell the original. Or maybe go aftermarket. Someone on Reddit said they called Sig and got shot down. I'm guessing they changed the milling on the underside of the slide because there's a pocket milled right where the RMR would go in mine and it doesn't look like it's thick enough to get good thread engagement.
  13. I wish I knew that change was coming. I would have waited another month.
  14. Do you use the circle, dot, or both? I agree they should make a larger competition oriented option to compete with the SRO.
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