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On 4/29/2019 at 4:58 PM, echotango said:

 

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I thought the Romeo 3 Max was supposed to be the same cut as a DPP??  Why why why would i want to add a plate instead of the slide cut?!?!

 

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I thought the Romeo 3 Max was supposed to be the same cut as a DPP??  Why why why would i want to add a plate instead of the slide cut?!?!
 
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New Sigs are supposed to come with a DPP cut. The old Sigs will require an adapter plate.


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3 minutes ago, redpillregret said:

 


New Sigs are supposed to come with a DPP cut. The old Sigs will require an adapter plate.


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Gotcha.  Thanks.  Any idea when the new ones are coming?

 

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Knowing Sig, second Tuesday of next week. Really, the M17s are available and have DPP cut. Supposed to carry over to new production X series soon.

 

 

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On 4/26/2019 at 11:45 AM, echotango said:

Same glass size as the RTS2 and no proven track record on an open gun. I wouldn't sell anything yet.

I presented more of the glass on the SRO than the RTS2. Even though the RTS2 glass is slightly larger in diameter, ours is higher. Our point source is below the bottom of the lens.

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On 4/30/2019 at 3:44 PM, redpillregret said:

 


New Sigs are supposed to come with a DPP cut. The old Sigs will require an adapter plate.


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Everything I've heard said that the new Sig Romeo3Max is going to be the same mounting pattern as old Romeo3 which is the RTS2 pattern.  

 

I haven't heard anything about a DPP cut on the R3Max.

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Everything I've heard said that the new Sig Romeo3Max is going to be the same mounting pattern as old Romeo3 which is the RTS2 pattern.  
 
I haven't heard anything about a DPP cut on the R3Max.



I know nothing about them offering an R3Max with any specific cut. But their new pistols will be DPP cut, including updated to existing X-Series guns.

https://www.osagecountyguns.com/blog/news/sig-sauer/sigs-2019-firearm-releases-detailed/

It seems odd Sig would offer three different cuts on their optics and two variations on pistols. But it’s Sig, they do Sig stuff.


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Max posted it would be the rts2/romeo3 bolt pattern. 

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6 hours ago, redpillregret said:

 

 


I know nothing about them offering an R3Max with any specific cut. But their new pistols will be DPP cut, including updated to existing X-Series guns.

https://www.osagecountyguns.com/blog/news/sig-sauer/sigs-2019-firearm-releases-detailed/

It seems odd Sig would offer three different cuts on their optics and two variations on pistols. But it’s Sig, they do Sig stuff.


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Nevermind.  I think we're talking about two different things.  You're talking about the slide cuts on the Sig pistols, right?

 

I was referring to the mounting pattern of the R3Max optic.  

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So when are these shipping?  I want one bad but want to hear some non shill feedback.


I was told they would start shipping to dealers on the 9th.

I ordered one and was told not to expect it by June.


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How serious do you guys think this "do not overhang the ejection port" mounting is going to be?  

 

By some rough guestimation, if I want to mount this on a p226 and keep the irons, the lens will overhang the breech face by 1/10" 

 

Should I go for it and hope for the best?

 

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How serious do you guys think this "do not overhang the ejection port" mounting is going to be?  
 
By some rough guestimation, if I want to mount this on a p226 and keep the irons, the lens will overhang the breech face by 1/10" 
 
Should I go for it and hope for the best?
 


Since it’s the same footprint as the RMR, if it’s a problem, you could replace it with an RMR or holosun.


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