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    @ret , do let us know how it works out. Thanks

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    please post detailed pictures. wow that looks great

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    Trijicon RMR mounting HK45-hk45apo-1.jpg

    Got this back from APO today...only took a couple weeks.
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    Hokey religions and ancient weapons are no match for a good blaster at your side, kid.

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    That's very nice, Elvis!!

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    @bastardsonofelvis , damn son, your pops might just return to earth just to shoot that sexy beast and proudly proclaim to the world that your are his legitimate heir!
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    That is a nice HK45T.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bastardsonofelvis View Post
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    Got this back from APO today...only took a couple weeks.
    Elvis, that's what I'm hoping to do to mine, eventually. I've been waiting to get the can , hoping the legislators will get off their fat as_es & end the stupid regulations on suppressor- might have a long wait, :(

    Still seeing if I can get my slide milled locally. I got the Trijicon RMR ready to go
    Might have slide done in gun metal gray after milling.
    I'll keep ya posted.
    Great gun
    Though I have a dozen other pistols, this would be my SHTF go to pistol. Built like a tank. Never fails to go bang.
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    I hope to get out this afternoon and put some rounds through it, zero the optic. Either my astigmatism is getting worse or that dot has some scatter. That one lives in a custom Tactical Walls shelf in the dining room, should I be dining when the zombies come lol. It's little brother lives in the bedroom in a similar shelf Trijicon RMR mounting HK45-9can-1.jpg, and a larger custom shelf in the living room holds a suppress LWRC 6.8 PSD/T-1/X300U.

    I'm not going to crack off any unsuppressed rounds indoors if I can help it.

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    Has anyone asked if milling down the slide, however slight that may be, will have any effect on the performance of the weapon? I was ready to go forward with the RMR on my H&K P2000SK in 9mm until I was told that depending on the year manufactured, there is a pin that can be seen from the underside of the slide that would keep this particular slide from being effectively milled. After checking my weapon this was not the case. The individual that mounts the RMR's had enough insight and experience to know this. Do your home work and only have a reputable installer do the work. You can expect to pay an average of $500.00 for installation only.I chose not to go through with the mounting of the RMR and went with a Viridian C5L instead. Best of Hope.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bodybuilder View Post
    Has anyone asked if milling down the slide, however slight that may be, will have any effect on the performance of the weapon?
    It will always have an effect on the performance, given that you've changed the slide's mass, and thus the recoil characteristics will have changed, which in turn means that the recoil spring assembly no longer tensions as it should compared to factory values. Whether or not that will have any noticeable realworld performance impacts is a different story.

    Quote Originally Posted by bodybuilder View Post
    I was ready to go forward with the RMR on my H&K P2000SK in 9mm until I was told that depending on the year manufactured, there is a pin that can be seen from the underside of the slide that would keep this particular slide from being effectively milled. After checking my weapon this was not the case. The individual that mounts the RMR's had enough insight and experience to know this.
    Why would a pin keep a slide from being milled? Who is this individual? While hammer-fired guns have various pins that keep the milling from being an easy job like it would be for strike-fired guns, the use of an adapter plate should circumvent any issues, as there should be more than enough clearance behind the ejection port to move the adapter plate forwards or backwards to keep the RMR mounting screw holes from interfering with any roll pin locations, even if it might prevent you from mounting your BUIS in a preferred configuration.

    Quote Originally Posted by bodybuilder View Post
    You can expect to pay an average of $500.00 for installation only.
    L&M Precision, one of the oldest and most reputable shops that does red dot milling, currently charges 345 USD for H&K P-series/USP for installation only.
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