Recommendations for 45/9mm that is factory cut for red dott...

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  1. tkdguy

    tkdguy
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    Any ideas?

    Looking for less than $1500. Two types: Range gun and or woods gun.

    Any recommendations for red dot that will co-witness? Thanks.
     
  2. hatchj

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    Sig sells some with red dots from the factory. Beyind that, glock is the only other with their mos line selling them pre cut.

    You can pay cz $200 and ship your pistol to them with a red dot (if you have/bought a cz) and then theyll cut and install it
     
  3. SIG34

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    FNX45 Tactical !!! 15rd of 45acp with RMR cut and threaded barrel
     
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    @LuckySG has a handful on his shelves with red dots installed well under your price point.
     
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  5. LuckySG

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    Thanks @Reno911 - I do have a FNX-45 Tactical at a ridiculous price of $1075 for a Forum member. Happy to help with a red dot as well and you will be happily under budget, or reallocate some of those funds for for more ammo.

    Jeremy
     
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  6. LuckySG

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    Woods gun with 45? Are you talking about 2 legged predators or 4?

    There is the long slide Glock 41 MOS as well.
     
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    G40 or G20 MOS with a .40 conversion barrel for range use.
     
  9. titsonritz

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    Trijicon RMR is the gold standard for compact reflex sights. You will need suppressor sights in order to 1/3 co-witness.
     
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  10. LuckySG

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    THe RMR typically seats low enough that many pistols don't need to swap for taller sights to co-witness. Buying a suppressor ready pistol gets that base covered as well. If you want to go 9mm another option is the S&W M&P9 Pro, I did not see anyone bring that up yet. Smith & Wesson M&P 9 Pro M&P9 | Lucky Sporting Goods, LLC for reference, it comes with tall sights.
     
  11. L84Cabo

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    M&P is a great choice but we're all still waiting for S&W to release the 2.0 CORE version. 1.0 is still a great gun though.

    The Sig P320 X5 seems like a lot of value for what you get with it. And you could likely pickup the gun and a ROMEO 01 optic for around $1500. The only downside to this gun is that I think you're limited to Sig's proprietary optic but I hear it's a decent optic.
    P320 X-Five Full-Size
     
  12. MrRob96

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    I have a ROMEO1 equipped P226 and P320 and a Trij RM06 Type 2 on a Glock 40. I by far prefer the ROMEO1 for clarity and field of view. The Sig reflex sights are nice pieces. This isn't much of a downside to be locked in to them. That $1500 is a bit on the pricey side tho.
     

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