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  1. Hi a newbie question: I have a SP01 with Holosun 507c mounted on CZ Custom universal dovetail plate. It is sturdy setup but the dot sits very high and I find myself more often fishing for the dot. I do some dry fire practice but that doesn't help with recovery between shoots. I was thinking about few possible solutions: 1. obviously the best one is to cut the slide and put larger window optic (DPP) , but I'm not ready yet to cut the slide. 2. Buy DPP and mount it with DPP factory mount for CZ - the question is how much difference in height it's going to make vs current setup 3. Do nothing with the setup - just train more thanks in advance
  2. I've been chewing through batteries on my RTS2's for the last year and a half now and decided to try the DPP. Now that I have one, I was curious how the DPP battery consumption compares to the RTS2, so I set up a test to compare. Here's the overview of what & how I tested and the results. Objective: Quantify and compare battery consumption characteristics of C-More RTS2(v4) and Leopold Deltapoint Pro. Overview: Starting with new batteries, leave both optics on for 1 hour increments at full brightness, alternating with equal periods of power-off rest before starting next session. Used two new Duracell 2032 batteries from same manufacture & expiration lot. Challenges: DPP goes into power saving mode after 5 minutes of no motion. This requires that optic be moved every 4 minutes to keep dot active. I wore the gun on belt throughout each DPP test. RTS2 does auto power-off at 8 hour point which does not present a challenge in this test. total hours description RTS2 DPP full bright ---------------------------------------------------------------- test1-v1 3.297 3.293 0 --- 1 hour full brightness --- test1-v2 2.783 3.028 1 test1-v3 2.923 3.067 1 --- 1 hour full brightness --- test2-v2 2.706 2.962 2 test2-v3 2.903 3.034 2 --- 1 hours full brightness --- test3-v2 2.689 2.933 3 test3-v3 2.884 2.993 3 --- 1 hours full brightness --- test3-v2 2.669 2.901 4 test3-v3 2.863 2.950 4 --- 1 hours full brightness --- test3-v2 2.631 2.896 5 test3-v3 2.854 2.929 5 --- 1 hours full brightness --- test3-v2 2.593 2.890 6 test3-v3 2.849 2.919 6 ------------------------------------------------------ v1=battery start voltage v2=battery voltage after 1 hour full bright operation v3=resting battery voltage 1 hour after v2 measurement
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