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Just picked this up today. Bought it online as a dealer special, so it's gonna remain a safe queen for the foreseeable future. Have other Sigs I can shoot. Trigger feels amazing on this gun and the slide is very easy to rack. Not sure how many of these were made, but can see this becoming a bit of a unicorn.







 

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I got the same pistol on the way. Mine arrives on Monday. I couldn't pass up on the $679 shipped price either. I see from the pics the slide is lightened but I was hoping it had the milled slots on the top like the P320 X5. It's a great looking pistol. Congrats!
 

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Did anyone else notice it doesn't look like there is a rear sight? Almost looks like the rear sight is included in rear of the Romeo 1. Is this a new design? Just curious.

Update: just looked at my Romeo 1 and it does have the rear sight dots. I just never noticed them as the rear sight was covering them. Does anyone know if this is the new layout of the RXs?

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Did anyone else notice it doesn't look like there is a rear sight? Almost looks like the rear sight is included in rear of the Romeo 1. Is this a new design? Just curious.

Update: just looked at my Romeo 1 and it does have the rear sight dots. I just never noticed them as the rear sight was covering them. Does anyone know if this is the new layout of the RXs?

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It's also got a shorter front sight, similar to the P320X5. It's not suppressor height but I don't think that bothers many people.

I will say the Romeo1 rear sight notch, while shallow, still works as a standard set of irons. I think Sig did a really nice job with the whole "system"
 
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