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Planning on doing this soon with you. What holsters will work with the RMSc?

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The Do All we make works with it, and I'm working on a Compact and Deluxe Carry as well. Everything we make kydex wise is optics ready.
 
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The Do All we make works with it, and I'm working on a Compact and Deluxe Carry as well. Everything we make kydex wise is optics ready.

Can you mill slide to fit delta point pro. Mounting plates
 
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Originally posted by GallowayPrecision:
The Do All we make works with it, and I'm working on a Compact and Deluxe Carry as well. Everything we make kydex wise is optics ready.

Can you mill slide to fit delta point pro. Mounting plates


The Delta Point Pro is too big for the P365 and we don't mill for plates, hard mill only.
 
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The Shield Sights co-winess with your original
sighs when mounted on a milled slide.
The RMSc is the sight for single stack pistols where as the RMS sight is for double stack pistols.
Now, I have the RMS on my M&P Shield and am quite happy with the fit. The RMSc had not been released at that time.
These are outstanding sights. No buttons to press and the sight's red dot adjusts instantly to the atmosphere for brightness. The batter lasts 2 to
three years and for some 4 years.
The "lens" is not glass and is tougher "ten times" compared to glass ones.
Shield made sights for the Brits military and spec. forces for 30 years before releasing sights for the commercial market about 18 months ago.
$400 is about the best price you'll see.
 
Posts: 274 | Location: Green Valley, Arizona | Registered: May 01, 2015Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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Making these plates is a great idea. I can see, in my case
having my red dot sight on seasonally and then mounting a
plate on it.
My case.... I have a Romeo 1 on my P320/ could make a 3D plate for the P320?
Then for my G43 with a Shield RMSc and my M&P Shield with a
Shield RMS?
Would be nice to have a plate for each.
Am thinking hard about having you mount a Shield RMSc on my
P365. Your photos are a positive way to sell.
Poli Viejo
Poli Viejo
 
Posts: 274 | Location: Green Valley, Arizona | Registered: May 01, 2015Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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Originally posted by Horn:
Making these plates is a great idea. I can see, in my case
having my red dot sight on seasonally and then mounting a
plate on it.
My case.... I have a Romeo 1 on my P320/ could make a 3D plate for the P320?
Then for my G43 with a Shield RMSc and my M&P Shield with a
Shield RMS?
Would be nice to have a plate for each.
Am thinking hard about having you mount a Shield RMSc on my
P365. Your photos are a positive way to sell.
Poli Viejo
Poli Viejo


That slide above installed.

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