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We mill all of these slides, they aren't sent somewhere else for the milling. Feel free to email me at tech@gallowayprecision.com for the full details.





 
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I like the look and fit of the RMS on the 365. Nice looking work. Good on you.
 
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Hard to tell because it could be an optical illusion, but is the RMR considerably wider than the slide?

EDIT: Oops, I somehow missed the last picture from the back. Obviously it's not, and the top picture is indeed a function of the RMR being closer to the lens.
 
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Howdy!

So what’s the cost and turn around time for that, with or without the optics?
 
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but is the RMR considerably wider than the slide

I don't see an RMR (which is the preferred optic IMO) anywhere in this. An RMS yes.


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but is the RMR considerably wider than the slide

I don't see an RMR (which is the preferred optic IMO) anywhere in this. An RMS yes.


Mine has been at Galloway for about a week, mounting an RMSC. Can't wait to get it back.



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So what’s the cost and turn around time for that, with or without the optics?


$125 and you pay shipping both ways. Email me at tech@gallowayprecision.com for the full details.
 
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So what’s the cost and turn around time for that, with or without the optics?


$125 and you pay shipping both ways. Email me at tech@gallowayprecision.com for the full details.


Turnaround time 20 to 30 business days from the day we receive the slide.
 
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The RMR optics are a fine sight. However, Ive found the Shield sights very high quality and
Shield has making making optics for the British military and special forces for thirty years before they decided to sell their products commercially.
I have the RMS on a M&P Shield and the RMSc on my G43. I like the idea of being constantly on__no
On or Off buttons. (No buttons of any kind) and the battery lasts 2-3 years and some 4 years.
You choose the dot size. Then the brightness adjusts instantly to the environment.
The RMSc shown in these photos is the new addition from Shield. It fits many single stack pistols. Its more narrow than the RMS. You have to change batteries by removing the optic. The RMS sight has a drawer that comes out the side for changing batteries.
Shield lists Brownells as their USA distributor.
These are hight quality tough sights.
A bargain at $400.
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With the RMSc, do the stock XRay3 sight co-witness, or do you need taller sights?





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With the RMSc, do the stock XRay3 sight co-witness, or do you need taller sights?


It co witnesses with the stock irons.
 
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Can you do this with an M&P Shield? M&P Compact? I ask because I know the rear sight slot sits a little farther forward on the M&P pistols than on most others. If I were to do this on both my Shield and my M&Pc (gen 1), I would need to have sights that co-witness. Thanks in advance.


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That one looks vaguely familiar.



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Can you do this with an M&P Shield? M&P Compact? I ask because I know the rear sight slot sits a little farther forward on the M&P pistols than on most others. If I were to do this on both my Shield and my M&Pc (gen 1), I would need to have sights that co-witness. Thanks in advance.


Galloway did a Shield with an RMS for me several years ago. No problem on the sights.



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Can you do this with an M&P Shield? M&P Compact? I ask because I know the rear sight slot sits a little farther forward on the M&P pistols than on most others. If I were to do this on both my Shield and my M&Pc (gen 1), I would need to have sights that co-witness. Thanks in advance.


Yes we can. Email me at tech@gallowayprecision.com for the full details.
 
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Do you offer plates to cover up the slot if you don't have a red dot mounted?


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Impressive. I’m just sticking my toe in the RMR/pistol world with a newly acquired Gen 5 Glock 19 MOS but I can’t help but believe these are the future, even for CCW.

I won’t be sending my 365 anytime soon but it’s great to know it’s an option!
 
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Do you offer plates to cover up the slot if you don't have a red dot mounted?


Currently we don't, but we're working on some designs that we can 3D print that will be fiberglass filled onyx(carbon fiber filled nylon).
 
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