Have you considered having the slide milled for the particular dot you want to use. I’ve got 2 romeo1pro that I’m not overly excited about. I have two rmr’s coming to replace them
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I have heard that if you mill a slide, the manufacturer will no longer provide a warranty on the gun... is that true? And once I get the slide milled, have suppressor height sights installed, its going to cost almost the same as a Pro Cut slide. Sig says the Pro Cut slide will accept R1P, DPP and rmr optics. I'm not sure what to go with because I've only shot R1P at the Sig academy in Epping, NH. And I'm sure everyone will have an opinion on what's the best red dot. So that can get confusing. But right now I'm considering the Holosun 507c X2. Even though it's made in China, I've read a lot of good things about them. Thanks for your input... much appreciated!Have you considered having the slide milled for the particular dot you want to use. I’ve got 2 romeo1pro that I’m not overly excited about. I have two rmr’s coming to replace them
Thanks, again, for the info. I, too, have an astigmatism, so maybe the holosun could be a good choice. Have a great night!Impact machine in Louisiana is $150 for slide cut. Sometimes he has specials at $100 Anything that goes wrong with these sigs is usually easier to fix yourself rather than send in and wait month or more to get back. I have holosuns on some rifles. I like them because they work better with my astigmatism.