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  1. #161
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gabriel Suarez View Post
    if you want...we can grind down a set of Trijicon's screws for you and send them out
    I appreciate it but I'm capable of doing that myself and feel it would be unnecessary for you to go to the trouble.

    Thanks for the offer.

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    Thinking of sending my FNS-9 slide for milling for RMR. I seem to remember reading that SI mills the slide on this gun deep enough to use the original sights on the slide but cannot find this information again, Can you advise if i am correct about this? Also wondering if the Trijicon RMR screws will work with this work or if I will also need to order the short screws as used with the Glock installations?
    Thanks

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    Same screws...and yes...you can use the factory sights modified by us.
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    Quote Originally Posted by valian View Post
    Thinking of sending my FNS-9 slide for milling for RMR. I seem to remember reading that SI mills the slide on this gun deep enough to use the original sights on the slide but cannot find this information again, Can you advise if i am correct about this? Also wondering if the Trijicon RMR screws will work with this work or if I will also need to order the short screws as used with the Glock installations?
    Thanks
    Just to clarify, we send the correct length screws back with the slide.

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    Quote Originally Posted by valian View Post
    Thinking of sending my FNS-9 slide for milling for RMR. I seem to remember reading that SI mills the slide on this gun deep enough to use the original sights on the slide but cannot find this information again, Can you advise if i am correct about this? Also wondering if the Trijicon RMR screws will work with this work or if I will also need to order the short screws as used with the Glock installations?
    Thanks
    They milled my FNS 9 LS. Completely happy with the work.


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    I'm considering a J Frame revolver and see that SI has the S&W Bodyguard in stock.
    Is this model worthy of a trigger job or the other custom work Gabe is talking about offering or should I buy something better and send it to you? I know very little about revolvers and am open to good advice from those better informed.
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    CCW Magwell vs Gunfighter. I'm unclear as to the differences. More info would be appreciated.
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    Quote Originally Posted by psalms23dad View Post
    CCW Magwell vs Gunfighter. I'm unclear as to the differences. More info would be appreciated.
    Thanks.
    If you run a Gen 3, no difference other than one is a one piece and has a screw on the back. If you run a Gen 4 the gunfighter allows the use of back straps and is two piece.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gabriel Suarez View Post
    If you run a Gen 3, no difference other than one is a one piece and has a screw on the back. If you run a Gen 4 the gunfighter allows the use of back straps and is two piece.
    What's it mean that the gunfighter "Supports one-handed clearing manipulations."
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    Quote Originally Posted by psalms23dad View Post
    What's it mean that the gunfighter "Supports one-handed clearing manipulations."
    They both do.

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