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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeff S. View Post
    Texaspoff,

    Any update? How have you been liking it? I saw, in another P320 thread, your thoughts that maybe Sigís P320 QC has slipped a bit.

    I love my P320c, and itís my do-everything pistol (holster at work; come home and IWB it goes), and Iíve been thinking about getting an X Carry Pro for work. I also love the VP9 and shoot it really well. I originally went with the P320c because it was that compact, Goldilocks size I was looking for, but Iím now toying around with the idea of a VP9 for work and VP9sk for concealed carry.

    Overall I think the P320 is a solid platform. I was finally able to really shot a bit, still have some hardware in my shoulder, but I can at least use both arms now. I have pretty much settled on the two pistol that work best for me. The P320 in either the pro series or X carry and the Glock G45.

    I am still a bit more comfortable with the Glock trigger during high speed drills than the 320, lots of years with glocks. I short stroked the 320 trigger a few time while doing some holster draw and hip shooting. Drawing a firing two to three rounds, and I short stroked the 320 during this drill. I have never short stroked the glock.



    Accuracy, I am generally the same with both pistols out to 100 yards when shooting at steel. Yeah I don't plan on taking a shot at 100, but its nice to know I have the ability. Both pistols are comfortable in my hands and neither shines above the other.


    The QC issues I have seen with Sig is what bothers me about them. I have seen multiple new 320's with scratches on the frames and slide. I have seen wild variations in triggers. I have seen offset sight, which glock has been guilty of as well. I have seen dings in barrels, and slides. I just feel like Sig really isn't looking their products over very well. I get they need to push them out, but some of these things I wouldn't let past me in QC.


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    Got a full size yesterday and was able to mount a DPP and change the grip module to one I bought from Grayguns at the NRA Show a few weeks ago. Going to the range tomorrow to check zero and put a few rounds through it.
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    I got notice earlier this week that my Aimpoint ACRO has shipped. I looked at Springer Precision and they have adapter plates for the X5 for the RMR, but not the ACRO and they specifically say they donít work on the PRO. Does anyone know of a plate for the PRO for the RMR or the ACRO or does anyone know of a service providing optic slide cuts for already cut Sig slides? Using the DPP is sufficient for now and Iím just gathering information.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ryan127 View Post
    I got notice earlier this week that my Aimpoint ACRO has shipped. I looked at Springer Precision and they have adapter plates for the X5 for the RMR, but not the ACRO and they specifically say they donít work on the PRO. Does anyone know of a plate for the PRO for the RMR or the ACRO or does anyone know of a service providing optic slide cuts for already cut Sig slides? Using the DPP is sufficient for now and Iím just gathering information.
    Primary Machine is doing the ACRO cut but not to slides with existing optics cuts.

    I haven't looked into it too much but it should be a pretty easy deal to buy a standard P320 slide and have it cut for an ACRO.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tokarev View Post
    I haven't looked into it too much but it should be a pretty easy deal to buy a standard P320 slide and have it cut for an ACRO.
    Easy, but not cheap. If you find a slide, itís usually a complete slide and over $300.

    Does anyone have a source for stripped slides at a better price?
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    This place has some variations. They might be interested in making an ACRO mount.

    http://www.chpws.com/product-categor...ounting-plates

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    Since my last post I have been busy with life. Shortly after I posted I had to look at L&M Precisionís website. I have a Glock 34 that I got in a trade which was cut for a RMR. I saw that Primary Machine was offering RMR to ACRO plates and I wasnít sure of the cut depth. Well while I was there I saw that he offers a Sig RX/X5 cut to RMR. I contacted L&M and sent in my slide. After he got it he contacted me and said that this was the first PRO slide he had seen and didnít even know it was in the wild. He drilled and tapped new holes for the RMR pattern, but did not have to do any milling. I was advised that there would be a small gap since the RMR is shorter than the DPP or Romeo. I will try to get pictures later today, but itís not bad. My slide now has the option to use the Romeo, DPP, and the RMR. I also installed an APEX flat trigger kit while I was left without my slide.

    On the RMR to ACRO plates I bought a KE Arms plate to use when my ACRO arrived. It works, but I did not like how tall it sat.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ryan127 View Post
    Since my last post I have been busy with life. Shortly after I posted I had to look at L&M Precisionís website. I have a Glock 34 that I got in a trade which was cut for a RMR. I saw that Primary Machine was offering RMR to ACRO plates and I wasnít sure of the cut depth. Well while I was there I saw that he offers a Sig RX/X5 cut to RMR. I contacted L&M and sent in my slide. After he got it he contacted me and said that this was the first PRO slide he had seen and didnít even know it was in the wild. He drilled and tapped new holes for the RMR pattern, but did not have to do any milling. I was advised that there would be a small gap since the RMR is shorter than the DPP or Romeo. I will try to get pictures later today, but itís not bad. My slide now has the option to use the Romeo, DPP, and the RMR. I also installed an APEX flat trigger kit while I was left without my slide.

    On the RMR to ACRO plates I bought a KE Arms plate to use when my ACRO arrived. It works, but I did not like how tall it sat.
    What's the height/thickness of the KE adapter plate?

    I have a Shadow Systems LFT Glock 17 slide that comes factory cut for an RMR. Shadow Systems is milling these slides in a manner (maybe the exact same manner?) as used by ZEV and Brownell's. Rather than threaded holes the ZEV/Brownell's/Shadow has threaded posts that are supposed to give a bit more "bite" to the RMR. The posts stick up out of the slide a bit and the RMR sits down over these posts.

    The problem is nobody that I'm aware of is making a ZEV to ACRO adapter. KE says his should fit if I drill the holes out to fit over the threaded posts. Primary says he doesn't think his plate will have enough material for the screws to bottom out on if I drill the holes to fit over the posts.

    Anyway, if you get a chance and can measure the thickness of the KE plate it would be appreciated.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tokarev View Post
    What's the height/thickness of the KE adapter plate?

    I have a Shadow Systems LFT Glock 17 slide that comes factory cut for an RMR. Shadow Systems is milling these slides in a manner (maybe the exact same manner?) as used by ZEV and Brownell's. Rather than threaded holes the ZEV/Brownell's/Shadow has threaded posts that are supposed to give a bit more "bite" to the RMR. The posts stick up out of the slide a bit and the RMR sits down over these posts.

    The problem is nobody that I'm aware of is making a ZEV to ACRO adapter. KE says his should fit if I drill the holes out to fit over the threaded posts. Primary says he doesn't think his plate will have enough material for the screws to bottom out on if I drill the holes to fit over the posts.

    Anyway, if you get a chance and can measure the thickness of the KE plate it would be appreciated.

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