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Glock sight tracker? only $3000......

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I would have to call that an overpriced Glock copy. At what point is it still a glock? hahaha. Never know what people like or are willing to pay for though.

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This isn't new. Caspian Arms came out a sight tracker slide for a G23 long time ago and it is impossible to find a replacement barrel with front sight, if you want go iron sights only.

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Glocks only care about barrel to slide lock-up, and there is no play in a hand fitted aftermarket barrel at either the muzzle or the breach, what is that $3,000 thing supposed to do better?

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...what is that $3,000 thing supposed to do better?

Impress other Timmies at the local IDPA match.

Good point, but then the "Tactical Plumbers" should go for the AssSalient Arms Ultimate Hi-Point, endorsed by Stoeger and Proctor, reserve now for $4,300. Show as Open, also available in Limited on special order.

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It is pretty neat. The sight tracker portion is actually the comp itself threaded on and the extension is part of that. It comes off with the comp as it is a solid piece.

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Its definitely cool but for three grand i just dont see the point.

Its really not that hard to track the sights on a 500 dollar plastic pistol. Is another 2500 dollars going to make it that much easier?

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You guys get so caught up in cost sometimes. It's all in what the consumer wants to pay and Agency will find out if people are willing to pay. Just like salient has large price tags even on a $550 Moss 930. It's all in what the consumer will pay.

You have to figure in cost, parts, labor, tooling, etc etc. you are paying for all of that plus the name and a warranty.

Hardly anyone bats an eyelash at paying more than that for a hand built 1911/2011, very few actually MAKE their own frames. But I know of one who machines his own from bar stock and is one of the cheaper 2011s that are sold by many vendors now and is a fantastic value.

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Its definitely cool but for three grand i just dont see the point.

Its really not that hard to track the sights on a 500 dollar plastic pistol. Is another 2500 dollars going to make it that much easier?

You're right. Especially a 9mm....

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You guys get so caught up in cost sometimes. It's all in what the consumer wants to pay and Agency will find out if people are willing to pay. Just like salient has large price tags even on a $550 Moss 930. It's all in what the consumer will pay.

You have to figure in cost, parts, labor, tooling, etc etc. you are paying for all of that plus the name and a warranty.

Hardly anyone bats an eyelash at paying more than that for a hand built 1911/2011, very few actually MAKE their own frames. But I know of one who machines his own from bar stock and is one of the cheaper 2011s that are sold by many vendors now and is a fantastic value.

I realize there are exceptions to every rule but gun owners are cheap. Go look at the thread about reloading press mounted lights. Everyone is trying to save $10 on accessories for their $1k+ reloading press.

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You guys get so caught up in cost sometimes. It's all in what the consumer wants to pay and Agency will find out if people are willing to pay. Just like salient has large price tags even on a $550 Moss 930. It's all in what the consumer will pay.

You have to figure in cost, parts, labor, tooling, etc etc. you are paying for all of that plus the name and a warranty.

Hardly anyone bats an eyelash at paying more than that for a hand built 1911/2011, very few actually MAKE their own frames. But I know of one who machines his own from bar stock and is one of the cheaper 2011s that are sold by many vendors now and is a fantastic value.

I realize there are exceptions to every rule but gun owners are cheap. Go look at the thread about reloading press mounted lights. Everyone is trying to save $10 on accessories for their $1k+ reloading press.

Gun owners are cheap except in buying guns..... They want cheap ammo, powder, cheap bullets, cheap primers, cheap everything but many are willing to pay high dollar on a new gun..... I think I'm talking about myself here..lol

It's a nice cool looking gun, no doubt, but does it shoot $2500 better than the stock $500 gun? Probably shoots a little better but there is a point of diminishing returns.....

I think all of those Agency guns are around $2500-$3000 just like the Salients. People will be lining up to buy that sight tracker.

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You guys get so caught up in cost sometimes. It's all in what the consumer wants to pay and Agency will find out if people are willing to pay. Just like salient has large price tags even on a $550 Moss 930. It's all in what the consumer will pay.

You have to figure in cost, parts, labor, tooling, etc etc. you are paying for all of that plus the name and a warranty.

Hardly anyone bats an eyelash at paying more than that for a hand built 1911/2011, very few actually MAKE their own frames. But I know of one who machines his own from bar stock and is one of the cheaper 2011s that are sold by many vendors now and is a fantastic value.

Who is that? Not being a smart ass here, just would like to dip my feet in the 2011 game.

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You guys get so caught up in cost sometimes. It's all in what the consumer wants to pay and Agency will find out if people are willing to pay. Just like salient has large price tags even on a $550 Moss 930. It's all in what the consumer will pay.

You have to figure in cost, parts, labor, tooling, etc etc. you are paying for all of that plus the name and a warranty.

Hardly anyone bats an eyelash at paying more than that for a hand built 1911/2011, very few actually MAKE their own frames. But I know of one who machines his own from bar stock and is one of the cheaper 2011s that are sold by many vendors now and is a fantastic value.

Who is that? Not being a smart ass here, just would like to dip my feet in the 2011 game.

CK Arms

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Ah I see. I need to save then I guess

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