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Post by DHMG1 on Fri Nov 22, 2019 4:00 pm

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Post by r.tornello on Sat Feb 29, 2020 12:51 pm

Get an older P210-6 or -5. It's a different world. Expensive? You bet but it will out shoot the newer models at 150 feet. ROCO also has a sight mount for these guns. They are difficult to come by but worth it.

Or, your gunsmith can make a new base for an RMR Trijicon red dot. RMR is the key to the stresses placed upon the sight with recoil.

My 2 Cents.
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Post by zanemoseley on Sat Feb 29, 2020 1:12 pm

r.tornello wrote:Get an older P210-6 or -5. It's a different world. Expensive? You bet but it will out shoot the newer models at 150 feet. ROCO also has a sight mount for these guns. They are difficult to come by but worth it.

Or, your gunsmith can make a new base for an RMR Trijicon red dot. RMR is the key to the stresses placed upon the sight with recoil.

My 2 Cents.

I'm sure the Swiss and German models are nice but at $3k+ for nice ones I'd rather have Jon make a true 1911/9mm match pistol. The P210A is a great pistol for the price point which is 1/3 of what a nice older one costs.

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