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New to the red dot game.. Wondering if SROs are even compatible with p320 slides. Any feedback would be appreciated.


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New to the red dot game.. Wondering if SROs are even compatible with p320 slides. Any feedback would be appreciated.


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They are compatible if the slide has the trijicon RMR mounting holes. The trijicon RMR and SRO have identical footprint.
 

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They are compatible if the slide has the trijicon RMR mounting holes. The trijicon RMR and SRO have identical footprint.
Thanks. Now I need to confirm that Sig slides come with RMR compatible hole layout


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My P320 X5 Legion came with compatible mounting holes, but I still used a Springer Precision adapter plate to mount my SRO. If you direct mount it, the front of the optic will slightly overhang the ejection port and there are postings of the empty brass hitting the optic. I didn't want to take the chance, so I preemptively used the mount.

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My P320 X5 Legion came with compatible mounting holes, but I still used a Springer Precision adapter plate to mount my SRO. If you direct mount it, the front of the optic will slightly overhang the ejection port and there are postings of the empty brass hitting the optic. I didn't want to take the chance, so I preemptively used the mount.

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Oh cool! Thank you. How do you like the SRO?


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My P320 X5 Legion came with compatible mounting holes, but I still used a Springer Precision adapter plate to mount my SRO. If you direct mount it, the front of the optic will slightly overhang the ejection port and there are postings of the empty brass hitting the optic. I didn't want to take the chance, so I preemptively used the mount.

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Most of the issues stem from people using thicker plates because of the DPP/R1P footprint. The lower the optic to the slide, the less risk. I run an SRO on a Live Free Armory LF320 Pro slide, which has a relatively shallow RMR specific it. I experience no issues despite the SRO overhang projecting over the entire rear extension of the barrel hood. This configuration is my daily carry.
 
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