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Tom, I'm assuming you mean a pistol that is NOT already milled to accept an RMR. You'll need to have your slide milled. I've got a pair being milled right now....here....https://www.landmprecisiongunworks.com/

In addition, there are adapters available for some pistols that attach to the slide via the rear sight dovetail.

You'll need to read up on the options and decide which one is right for you.
 

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Tom, I'm assuming you mean a pistol that is NOT already milled to accept an RMR. You'll need to have your slide milled. I've got a pair being milled right now....here....https://www.landmprecisiongunworks.com/

In addition, there are adapters available for some pistols that attach to the slide via the rear sight dovetail.

You'll need to read up on the options and decide which one is right for you.
Imaoldfart, Please keep us in the loop on how that milling works out. I might be interested in having that done as well.

I'd be interested in hearing about your experience and thoughts on the quality of the work they do.

Those dang RMR'd pistols are addicting. I'm close to taking the step of carrying on.

Regards.
 

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A search on this forum will reveal quite a few members that have used Mark at L&M Precision. Looks like he does exceptional work.

https://www.waltherforums.com/forum/ppq/109856-had-ppq-45-slide-milled-q5-q4-plates.html

I'm having him mill the slides on 2 standard M2 slides to accept the Walther RMR mounting plates (just like in the link above). :D
That's exactly what I'd be interested in. Thanks.

I still wouldn't mind hearing of your own experience and seeing a pic it two. You are a man of considerable experience and talent, your opinion carrys a lot of weight around here.
 

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^^^^Ha.....experience usually comes with age...and I've got the age thing, for sure. Talent...heck, I just like messing around with stuff....I didn't post any pictures of all the things I boogered up. However, by boogering things up, I usually get a hint of what 'doesn't work'. :D.

I've not pestered Mark as to when I can expect to receive my slides. I'll just be waiting for their arrival......and at the same time, collecting a few more parts and pieces I want to try on these HD pistols. Just ordered two more Sig P226 40, 15 round mags yesterday...they'll need to be modded. :D
 

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A search on this forum will reveal quite a few members that have used Mark at L&M Precision. Looks like he does exceptional work.

https://www.waltherforums.com/forum/ppq/109856-had-ppq-45-slide-milled-q5-q4-plates.html

I'm having him mill the slides on 2 standard M2 slides to accept the Walther RMR mounting plates (just like in the link above). <img src="http://www.waltherforums.com/forum/images/smilies/biggrin.gif" border="0" alt="" title="Big Grin" class="inlineimg" />
Would they be able/ have the room on the slide to fit both an RMR cut out and a rear sight? Don’t want to lose my irons when adding a red dot.
 

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I would think most people would use a 3 or a 6. I use a 2 though.
That's why I like the Leupold DeltaPoint Pro 2.5, you can adjust the brightness ,which makes the dot go from 2.5 to aleast 5 size dot. The 5 size great for 15 yds or closer shooting or 2.5 for the 35yd to 50yd shots. And another benefit is the glass is so clear,no distortion like the other red dots.
 
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