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4 hours ago, rishii said:

looks limcatish

interesting rear sight, I wonder how’d it would survived being dropped 

 

Exatly what I was wondering. 

 

And what hat is the purpose of having the rear sights hanging out like that?  For a bit more sight radius?  Use it as a slide racker? 😀

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6 hours ago, thx1138jt said:

 

Exatly what I was wondering. 

 

And what hat is the purpose of having the rear sights hanging out like that?  For a bit more sight radius?  Use it as a slide racker? 😀

I'd assume it's to get more sight radius and still fit in the box for Ipsc standard division.

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2 minutes ago, caspian guy said:

 get more sight radius and fit in the box 

 

That's my guess.

 

Also looks Very Solid - bet it would put up with any punishment I've inflicted over the years.

 

Great idea, actually.    :cheers:

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If you really look at it that rear sightsight is mounted to the frame and not the slide. My best guess would be that they are trying the same theory as a open gun with the frame mounted optic. The front sightsight looks to be a sight block so that wouldn't move as well. 

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9 minutes ago, Hi-Power Jack said:

 

That's my guess.

 

Also looks Very Solid - bet it would put up with any punishment I've inflicted over the years.

 

Great idea, actually.    :cheers:

Yep James was faster than me...

 

If you look carefully it looks like the front sight is mounted on a  block attached to the barrel instead of the slide (like an old sti tru sight).  That would make the sights almost non-reciprocating which would make them easier to track as  well as the gun cycled. Same sort  of effect as an old highstandard target pistol I have.

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I like the idea of thinking outside the box and/or revisiting ideas... but that rear sight mount just looks homemade/garage gunsmith to me where it attaches to the grip.

 

I do like that grip though.

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Cool idea, but the single screw holding the rear sight on the end of a tubing fork seems like a potential problem. It may be super solid.
BUL isn't imported to the US yet, is it?

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Don't know how it would handle the beating over time, but the barrel is one piece, like STI's Trubor. 

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On 3/9/2019 at 4:56 PM, obsessiveshooter said:

Cool idea, but the single screw holding the rear sight on the end of a tubing fork seems like a potential problem. It may be super solid.
BUL isn't imported to the US yet, is it?

Sent from my SM-N960U using Tapatalk
 

IFC .

 

On 3/9/2019 at 9:06 AM, thx1138jt said:

 

Exatly what I was wondering. 

 

And what hat is the purpose of having the rear sights hanging out like that?  For a bit more sight radius?  Use it as a slide racker? 😀

for very strong shooters only .😀

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On 3/11/2019 at 9:03 AM, Maximis228 said:

Because 2011 grip screws dont break or come loose at all... Ever...🤣

 

I had to LocTite my grip screw on my TruBor - when the screw got loose,

I lost my point of aim - by a lot.  Shot my Chrony because of how much

the point of aim was off at 12 feet.    :( 

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