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Old 05-17-2013, 08:35   #4701
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Nice!

Who milled the slide and which model RMR is it?

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Old 05-17-2013, 08:46   #4702
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Mark Housel over at L&M Precision GunWorks milled and installed the adjustable Trijicon RMR RM07. Great work and very quick..looks like it belongs on the slide.

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Old 05-17-2013, 08:52   #4703
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The new-age PDW -

Glock 19C w/ factory threaded barrel, co-witnessed AmeriGlo tritium suppressor sights, and a Trijicon RM05 RMR.

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Also comes in a .45 ACP Gen 4 flavor as well-

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Old 05-20-2013, 05:41   #4704
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Hello...for my first post, I'll share my G21 conversion!

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Where did you get the conversion?
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Old 05-20-2013, 05:49   #4705
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[QUOTE=flyandscuba;20243517]Introducing - MAXIMUS!

G21L chambered in 460 Rowland!


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Old 05-21-2013, 20:44   #4706
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New Warren Tactical sights

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Old 05-21-2013, 20:47   #4707
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My new G22 Gen 4. Polished trigger internals, 3.5lb Lonewolf trigger connector, 6lb Wolf triiger spring, Gen 3 trigger bar, Glock ESR, Glockmiester ghrip plug and soon Trijicon HD night sights
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Old 05-21-2013, 20:55   #4708
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Old 05-21-2013, 21:36   #4709
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Very nice, where did you buy those sights at?
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Old 05-21-2013, 23:03   #4710
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Very nice, where did you buy those sights at?
Brownells

http://www.brownells.com/handgun-par...prod24483.aspx

I got the Tactical rear with the Tritium front.
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Old 05-22-2013, 12:39   #4711
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I got the courage a few nights ago after work (bartending, so it was late) to try out some stippling on my M&P. I started on the backstrap since that can be replaced....but it turned out well so I kept going. I loved it so much I did my G26 today and part of my G23 (still have the Talon on...not sure if I want to dremel the grip for a good stipple on the Gen4). Huge improvement, carried IWB/no undershirt for a few hours today with no skin irritation. Very glad I did it!General Glocking
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Old 05-23-2013, 12:03   #4712
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Another question:

Why get tritium front and plain rear? If you're in a low light situation, how are you going to align to the rear sight?

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Old 05-23-2013, 12:40   #4713
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Another question:

Why get tritium front and plain rear? If you're in a low light situation, how are you going to align to the rear sight?
When your rear sight is properly aligned you see the front sight clearly not off center or just part of it.
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Old 05-23-2013, 12:44   #4714
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When your rear sight is properly aligned you see the front sight clearly not off center or just part of it.
+1, and it's faster I believe. Warren knows his stuff...
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Old 05-23-2013, 13:13   #4715
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+1, and it's faster I believe. Warren knows his stuff...
It is for me. Your brain try to "read" the picture in front of you (the sights), so your eyes want to focus on both the front and rear at the same time. If your rear is blacked out, your eyes jump to the front sight. Also, it's a huge help for doing short-range soft-focus shooting, where you're focused on the target, and your front sight is fuzzy. I've completely done away with handgun sights that have any markings on the rear, and a dull front.
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Old 05-23-2013, 14:33   #4716
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If you have the horizontal alignment correct. But if you don't, and you have the gun aimed high, you can see the front dot clearly, but may have the alignment completely off, because you can't see the rear.

I think the dot over dot (straight eight in Heinie terminology) is better. Three dot also works (but has it's own issue.) With these, you know where both the front and rear sights are.

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Old 05-23-2013, 18:51   #4717
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It is for me. Your brain try to "read" the picture in front of you (the sights), so your eyes want to focus on both the front and rear at the same time. If your rear is blacked out, your eyes jump to the front sight. Also, it's a huge help for doing short-range soft-focus shooting, where you're focused on the target, and your front sight is fuzzy. I've completely done away with handgun sights that have any markings on the rear, and a dull front.
+1, I think that's the idea, that's why lots of those sights are serrated or slanted in the back, so they'll get all the reflections, blinks or spots away from distracting you - consciously or - not... I still have my Glock night sights on it, i like those mostly because of the front edge that allows me possibly to rack the slide in something if I need it, otherwise, I'd go with something as those Warrens, most of my friends are using those, I'm still dragging in behind, it's not my first priority with this gun...
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Old 05-23-2013, 18:56   #4718
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If you have the horizontal alignment correct. But if you don't, and you have the gun aimed high, you can see the front dot clearly, but may have the alignment completely off, because you can't see the rear.

I think the dot over dot (straight eight in Heinie terminology) is better. Three dot also works (but has it's own issue.) With these, you know where both the front and rear sights are.
It depend whats's your priority, in close shooting distances, under stress and so on, you my not even be able to extend your arms in proper grip, nor thinking about alingning sights and so... 3 dots are relatively slower than Warrens, especially with night sights version, in defensive shooting...
I agree about straight eight, I'd love to replace my painted rear sight on my Cheetah with a night straight 8 sight, unfortunately the front sight is part of the slide... I'm not going anywhere with those...
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IMO the factory rear should have been plain black.
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+1, I think that's the idea, that's why lots of those sights are serrated or slanted in the back, so they'll get all the reflections, blinks or spots away from distracting you - consciously or - not... I still have my Glock night sights on it, i like those mostly because of the front edge that allows me possibly to rack the slide in something if I need it, otherwise, I'd go with something as those Warrens, most of my friends are using those, I'm still dragging in behind, it's not my first priority with this gun...
10-8's are built to let you rack off the rear, and they've got a pretty good variety of options. Since this is a Glock porn thread...
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IMO the factory rear should have been plain black.
I've flipped the rear sights around until I get a decent set on there. Works just fine.
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10-8's are built to let you rack off the rear, and they've got a pretty good variety of options. Since this is a Glock porn thread...
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I've flipped the rear sights around until I get a decent set on there. Works just fine.
I love my 10-8 sights! I have the fiber optic front sights on my G19 and I love them! I had the brass front sight, but keeping it polished was a bit of a pain.
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Old 05-23-2013, 21:50   #4722
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I love my 10-8 sights! I have the fiber optic front sights on my G19 and I love them! I had the brass front sight, but keeping it polished was a bit of a pain.
Yep, I love 10-8 sights. I've abused the hell out of mine, and they're going strong. And that sucks, I was seriously about to order the brass front tonight. They don't have the FO I want (.100"), and now they don't have the rear either. Might be a good time to try some Dawsons.
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Old 05-24-2013, 20:11   #4725
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Glock 19C with Factory Threaded Barrel, milled in Trijicon RMR w/ Tritium BUIS, Streamlight TLR-1 HL, and my Silencerco 45Osprey.

AKA, "Ninja Glock"........ LOL!

The suppressor looks like it doesn't clear the light, however, it indeed does......but BARELY.....fires just fine, and no rub marks or impact marks on the suppressor or the light.

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