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CZC did mine RDS plate system

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9 hours ago, JGus said:

Who did your slide lightening?

CZ Customs, their RDS plate milling. 

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I decided not to wait for CZC to get me a new plate for Trijicon. I took my existing plate for VTX RZR to my machinist and had him take the integral location bosses off and drill and tap 2 holes and put in STEEL location pins in it. Works like a champ and the location pins fit WAY better than the bosses the plate will come with. I had to shorten the screws like everyone will have to with the rds plates will.  Easiest way to shorten screws is with a sander (belt or disc). A little blue loctite and 15 in/lb of torque and you'll be all set!

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I just got my SRO’s today and am just waiting on the RDS plate from CZC to come back in stock, hopefully the plates will be back in stock soon.

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20 hours ago, mveto said:

I just got my SRO’s today and am just waiting on the RDS plate from CZC to come back in stock, hopefully the plates will be back in stock soon.

about a week.

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1 hour ago, eerw said:

about a week.

Good to know, I’m eagerly waiting to try out this SRO. Thanks for letting me know.

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On 7/30/2019 at 2:09 PM, GregJ said:

Thanks.

 

I will find out this afternoon when I zero it and get some time behind it.  I doubt if there will be, as the hood sits back from the ejection port.

 

Dremel cutting wheel. Put the screw in a small needle nose vice grip, the width of the cutting wheel and 1 thread was enough.  Beveled ends,  slapped blue loctite on, no problem.

 

You can also just use a metal file, they only need to be shortened few thousands, typically.  Use calipers on the screw to see how you are progressing.  

 

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