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hi all. i would like to get a p320 sight milled for a red dot and i want to find out if any of you found one that has a low enough body that will work with the factory sights. i am not looking to install suppressor height sights nor do i want the rx upgrade. thanks!
 
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“So in war, the way is to avoid what is strong, and strike at what is weak.”
 
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thank you.
 
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i found one:

https://www.shieldpsd.com/shop...ni-sight-sms4moa-dot

here is a review:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0hGk4EUs4_c

looks like it is what i am looking for!
 
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I haven't visited this section in awhile so didn't see this till two weeks later, but to the above...1. that's not an RMR (that's an actual brand of product and not a concept) and the shield at the moment has a bit of a spotty reputation. 2. It doesn't work with the factory sights.
Not really directed at you majette, but in case anyone is using this thread for guidance.


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The Shield RMSc would probably be a great solution. They replaced their polymer lens that was prone to scratching, with a Glass coated lens that's supposed to be more scratch resistant. I've been working with the RMS and RMSc for the past year or so with no issues.
 
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