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Ok, so I’ve read and read and read and watched videos and pondered the zeroing issue of one person and so on. I’m ready to buy the RMSc but would still like to hear from those of you that have one or enough experience with it since I’m sure the number of owners continues to increase.

With my tiring eyes, I’m thinking the red dot is going to be a major plus. I’ve also considered the Q4 Tac but I’m leaning towards the RMSc for more flexible carry year round. The only red dot I’ve had experience with was on a buddy’s Q5 Match that had probably and $800 sight on it...so I see the advantage, but that might be a little skewed too.

For those of you with experience with the PPS RMSc, what are your thoughts? How do you like it? Is the dot easy to acquire? Any quirks that you’ve had to overcome? Do you wish you had gone the Q4 Tac route for any reason?

Thanks for any advice.
 

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I am in the same position as you, but requested my LGS to order one for me. I should hopefully get it within a few days.


I really like the concept especially since I currently wear bifocals and have 3 different prescriptions. Sighting will be much easier.


FYI, Clinger has a holster specifically designed for the RMSc, which I also ordered :)
 

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Mine should be here by the end of the week. I will post a separate review of the pistol and a Vedder Light tuck holster with optic cut.
 

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I couldn’t resist any longer...I should have it by the end of the week too!
 

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Picked up mine yesterday. I came with the RMSc already mounted, which I wasn't expecting. I also thought the RMSc had a side draw for the battery, but mine does not so it will require removal when it is time to replace it.


Red dot is always on which is a bit freaky. Overall it feels great in the hand and I immediately spot the dot.


I definitely prefer the 7 round mag vs the 6 rd. I ordered another one along with the 8 rounder as I don't think I will be using the 6, at least not initially.

Looking forward to taking it out this weekend.


Clinger holster arrived as well, timing was great! Fits perfectly.
 

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Took my new PPS RMSc to the range today. Took a little trial and error to zero it in but I now have 200 rounds through it and I really like the dot. Yes there is some training to get used to raising the gun on target and always seeing the dot, but that will come in time.

I already see an improvement in my accuracy. I can also see how once you start using a red dot you will quickly not want to go back to plain sights.

I'm very impressed with this setup.
 

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I got mine on Thursday and fiddled with zero...I think I can tweak it a little more. Wow, you were all right. It is so nice to simply look at the target and see a red dot right there.

My old, and cross-dominant, eyes are at home with this! It’s going to take some retraining because I don’t have to cock my head over.

I can see myself picking up one of the others that are milled for a red dot sight.
 

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I swapped out the iron sights for Trijicon HDs... Easier to cowitness and they have tritium (just in case)
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A little more time at the range after more time on my hip. Holding zero well. Has been completely reliable through my full assortment of brands, grains, and defensive rounds.

I’m still getting used to the trigger vs. my P99, but that’s just more training.

The Red dot is amazing for my old eyes. I think this is a keeper. I’m so pleased! Thanks to all for your reviews and advice that helped me decide.
 
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