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Has anyone mounted a Romeo1 on a P365 or is it to big?
 
Posts: 8 | Registered: July 24, 2015Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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I think it would be too big. The only red dot I've ever seen mounted to a P365 is the Shield RMSc.
 
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I can't imagine a better marriage than the
Shield RMsc mounted on the P365.
I have two Shield sights one RNS on my M&P Shield and the RMSc on my G43.
I'll be surprised if I don't have a Shield RMSc
mounted on my P365.
Shield sighs are small and rugged. No off and on buttons. No buttons at all as they're on constantly and battery last 2-3 years and for most of us 4 years.
I choose the larger MOA8 dot for closer in shooting.
With the Shield, when slide is milled, you can co-witness with original iron sights.
I'll be thinking a while about mounting the Shield RMSc on my P365. $525 for sight and mounting.
But, just fond of my P365 stock. Yet....
 
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Thank you both for your input. I appreciate it.

Dennis
 
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I'll just leave this here.
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P365 RMSc
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I just had a RMSc put on my 365. I'm still getting used to the setup but I love it so far.

I have a 320RX and the Romeo1 would definitely be too big for the 365.


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