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    Now i just need an apex hammer and a grip and it's good to go

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    Those Raptor mounts look good - here's the website for anyone who wants - https://www.raptor-eng.com/index.html

    But the RMR46 mount linked up thread looks like it's the lowest mount out there. It folds over and makes a low mount height for an RMR. I've been thinking about doing one up, but mount heights have always bothered me.
    Seriously guys, are we not doing 'phrasing' anymore?

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    Here is mine.

    Robar drilled the holes and mounted the Trijicon RM46 mount.
    They also coated the revolver with NP3+.
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    Let’s party like it’s 1991

    Set this up for pin shooting back when this was the cutting edge. State of the art 1991 - Baumann 7 shot cylinder, Tasco PDP3. The scope still works after many thousands of 210 PF loads.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Norville View Post
    Set this up for pin shooting. State of the art 1991 - Baumann 7 shot cylinder, Tasco PDP3. The scope still works after many thousands of 210 PF loads.
    I have a 90s vintage ProPoint that is still going strong.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Norville View Post
    Set this up for pin shooting back when this was the cutting edge. State of the art 1991 - Baumann 7 shot cylinder, Tasco PDP3. The scope still works after many thousands of 210 PF loads.
    That's honestly what I was thinking. Find an old PPC, Bianchi Cup or bowling pin gun, then put a spare Aimpoint on it.

    It would be a hoot to hand to the kiddos, and have them shoot plates with it.

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    So there's no way this would be practical or sell, but for awhile I've wanted to see a j-frame with an integrated red dot, maybe reduce the profile by moving the battery down into the backstrap and use it to power a WML on the front...I'm imagining something like a camera hotshoe under the rear sight

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    I have an 629 with one mounted using the EGW mount. Shoots like it has radar but the height over bore feels a little funky.Name:  7RKNv.jpg
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    Quote Originally Posted by Norville View Post
    many thousands of 210 PF loads.
    That's a spicy meatball! Hotter loads = better for taking pins off the table?

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    Quote Originally Posted by olstyn View Post
    That's a spicy meatball! Hotter loads = better for taking pins off the table?
    Correct. Pin shooting is all about momentum. 230 grain .38 caliber “Wadcutter “ at 825-850 FPS.

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