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I'm looking at getting an M&P 9 2.0, the full size model. I am looking at various gunsmiths online to have the slide milled for an RMR. The options don't seem nearly as straight forward as Glock slides do. Anyone have any advice or preferred gunsmiths that do milling at a reasonable price?


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Guy around these parts does great work. Doug Presson. Look him up, has lots of photos of his work.


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ATEI without question.


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ATEI without question.


+1 for Doug @ ATEI. He does phenomenal work, and is a nice guy also. Very knowledgeable and helpful.
 
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ATEi or Jagerwerks.
 
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Jagerwerks would be my first choice just because I know their work,ATEi is hard to beat as well based on reputation

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That's a pretty resounding endorsement, I guess.

I should clarify that I really ONLY want milling for the dot, and I'm not really interested in any artwork. That Jaegerwerks slide is nicely done, though.


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That's a pretty resounding endorsement, I guess.

I should clarify that I really ONLY want milling for the dot, and I'm not really interested in any artwork. That Jaegerwerks slide is nicely done, though.


Well they do just the RmR too


 
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