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  1. #11
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    Quote Originally Posted by LordPhoenix View Post
    Does the newer model, HS510C, also have the RMR footprint? I would assume so but can't find any mention of it anywhere, people only mention the 507 fitting.

    Any current news on how these are holding up in classes?




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    Phoenix,
    The HS510C is a larger optic than the 507c.

    The HS510C is approximately the size of an
    Eotech which is more suited to a carbine.
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  2. #12
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    Quote Originally Posted by LordPhoenix View Post
    Does the newer model, HS510C, also have the RMR footprint? I would assume so but can't find any mention of it anywhere, people only mention the 507 fitting.
    The 510 is a lot bigger. It doesn't seem to be for pistols.

    510
    Window Size 0.91in x 1.2in
    Dimension (in) 3.3 x 1.6 x 1.8
    Weight (oz) 8.3
    Central Height (in) 1.41

    vs.

    507
    Window Size 0.63in x 0.91in
    Dimension (in) 1.8 x 1.2 x 1.6
    Weight (oz) 2.65
    Central Height (in) 0.7

  3. #13
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    Thanks guys!

    "Night vision devices let you own the night. Flashlights just let you borrow some of it for a little while." -- Chris Upchurch

    "A Glock will make someone just as dead as a 1911 but the 1911 will do it with style." -- Yooper75
    "Night vision devices let you own the night. Flashlights just let you borrow some of it for a little while." -- Chris Upchurch

    "A Glock will make someone just as dead as a 1911 but the 1911 will do it with style." -- Yooper75

  4. #14
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    I wouldn’t cheap out, get the rmr. With guns, tools or cars, you really do get what you pay for.

  5. #15
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    I want to point out, if these other types of rmrs were top tier quality they would all cost the same money.

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