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Thread: Steiner drops a new pistol optic

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lowspeed_highdrag View Post
    I have owned a gen 1 MPS and a Gen 2 MPS. I was one of the original testers for the gen 1. My only complaints on the Gen 2 are the pot metal battery cap and the 1-3 month battery life. The optic is tough as nails and has great glass.

    I prefer my P2, but only by a slight margin, and mostly because of the battery cap and life.

    The G45 is my duty gun, the G17 is a partner of mine on my shift. Essentially the same gun:

    Who did the frame stippling for these Glocks?

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    Quote Originally Posted by DexterTaylor View Post
    The Aimpoint (B&T) plate and the Apex plate are much thinner and will allow the optic to fit in the same holsters though I wouldnt recommend the Aimpoint plate.
    What is wrong with the Aimpoint B&T plate? Most reviews seem favorable and Im thinking of using one with an MPS on my VP9 OR.
    I like my rifles like my women - short, light, fast, brown, and suppressed.

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    I've got a new GLOCK 17M MOS that I'm going to mount a Gen 2 Steiner on. Stay tuned for pics.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sensei View Post
    What is wrong with the Aimpoint B&T plate? Most reviews seem favorable and Im thinking of using one with an MPS on my VP9 OR.
    I have no experience with the optic cut VP9 or B&Ts plate for it. My only experience is with the optic ready M&P 2.0 and B&Ts plate for it. The M&P has round bosses in the optic pocket for mating up to the plate. B&T made the corresponding female optic pockets that meet up square in shape instead of round. If I remember correctly one of our instructors had the optic/plate combo come off while shooting. On the sample I tested, the plate came loose twice during testing and that was not at a high round count. This was after following established mounting procedures.

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    I just picked an MPS up, I didnt see the manual call for it, but are people using loctite on the cross bolt?

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    Quote Originally Posted by helothar View Post
    I just picked an MPS up, I didnt see the manual call for it, but are people using loctite on the cross bolt?
    I use a little dab of blue lipstick form.
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    Quote Originally Posted by helothar View Post
    I just picked an MPS up, I didnt see the manual call for it, but are people using loctite on the cross bolt?
    I am not using any

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