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Old January 01, 2013, 18:19   #1
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Optics Mount for Gen 4 G34

Looking at setting up a race gun for Steel and USPSA matches. I was hoping to get some input on a good optics mount (and even a reflex site) for a G34 I just purchased.

Thanks in advance.

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Old January 02, 2013, 12:55   #2
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Have you thought about getting a Trijicon RMR milled directly into the slide? Mark Housel at L&M Precision Gunworks does a great job with that. I have a 19 and a 32 he did, and they're both great.
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Old January 14, 2013, 16:06   #3
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RMR on Glock

I set up my 357 Sig midsize Glock with the standard RM44 dovetail mount and the Trijicon green RMR dot. I love it. I realize that KOAM's set up is likely better because the sight will sit lower on the slide and will be less likely to move around at all. That gunsmith mentioned has great reviews!. To date mine has run flawlessly (2,000 plus rounds) with just the dovetail mount. I find the RMR forces me to lock my wrist, which is good, to more quickly find the dot. I am 58 and find this really helps my accuracy and follow up shots. Hope this helps.
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