Hey folks, it's the new little fish in the Unlimited pond here. I need some advice from all you bigger fish. I just took my stock model 34 and outfitted it with a Carver C-More mount and sight. (I chose the low mount, not the hunter style.) I am all ready for this weekend in San Antonio, except the gun is jamming due to brass getting wedged between the top of the slide and the bottom of the scope. Mr. Carver mentioned that the ejection port would likely need to be dropped by 1/10" inch, so please help me out here. Can I do this with my dremel tool and a carbide tip? I have a friend with a large milling machine, but he lives a little too far away. Have any of you done this to your pistols, and what were your experiences? Main questions: 1.) Do I take it down close to the top of the serial numbers? 2.) Do I leave that 45 degree ramp on the ejection port, or grind it flat? 3.) Should I make my cut the same width all the way down until reaching the serial numbers or will I damage the slide that way? So many questions and only 3 days left!!!!