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50 rounds to make sure it's zeroed, and another 100 to play around with .

Runs like a champ although the trigger is stiff (new) and I have a tendency to throw shots high with subcompact guns.

Overall I really like this gun! Gotta get some Talon Grips ordered now.

I'll be selling my other PPS M2 with the green Crimson Trace LaserGuard. Is GunBroker the best way to find an interested buyer? It's been fixed under the recall and probably has about 1500 rounds through it.
 

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Either Gunbroker or Armslist if you want to find a local buyer. The thing about PPS's though is the prices have dropped so low, good for buyers bad for sellers. I picked up my latest one, a PPS M2 LE version, on Armslist for $275.00! And it was mint in the box with all the papers and accessories, I couldn't even tell it had been fired.
 

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Either Gunbroker or Armslist if you want to find a local buyer. The thing about PPS's though is the prices have dropped so low, good for buyers bad for sellers. I picked up my latest one, a PPS M2 LE version, on Armslist for $275.00! And it was mint in the box with all the papers and accessories, I couldn't even tell it had been fired.
Yeah, I've seen that, it's kinda crazy! But I got mine for $300 18 months ago when Walther was running a $100 rebate and Cabela's was running another $50 I think. Or maybe I had a gift card, can't remember, either way I didn't pay that much the first time. I added the laser later.
 

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Congrats...I love mine. I agree on the trigger, it is tolerable but I think they could do so much better. Be that as it may, my old eyes really appreciate the RMSc.
 
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Congrats...I love mine. I agree on the trigger, it is tolerable but I think they could do so much better. Be that as it may, my old eyes really appreciate the RMSc.
What I love about red Dot sights is that they allow me to focus on a Target and not shift focus between the target and the front sight. It's a much more natural way to aim, for me at least.
 

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The PPS M2 RMSC make for a great carry gun with the proper holster.
The sight will, however, get lint and other dirt on it. Be very careful when cleaning it. It is very easy to scratch the lens.
Here are Shield's instructions for cleaning the lens:
 

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Thanks for the cleaning video! Wow, that's a lotta work.

I'll take their word about the merits of polymer lenses. My Trijicon glass has been cycled well over 2K times and dropped twice in gravel. Hasn't lost zero and there's not a scratch on it. No magical incantations required to clean it properly either :) But so far it's working out well for me.
 
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