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    Expert LLDJR's Avatar

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    STI Trojan with C-More

    STI Trojan 9mm, going to run it like this until I can swing for $$$ for a new slide and Comp barrel etc.. Already picked up a CR SPeed Holster and Belt

    Going to sight it in on Tuesday, then Hopefully be ready for FNS.

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    Interesting. I just purchased a Sig P320 RX compact and hopefully I will becone comfortable enough with it to bring it there, as well.

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    Interesting way to get the C-more closer to the barrel center line.
    I need to get out more.

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    Yeah,, its a ll new to me, learning as I go, evidently the C-more can mount 90-degrees as shown using a CHeely Custom mount or the normal way with the bottom side on top of the SLide..... the 90-degree version allows for a cleaner ejection rout of the spent casing.

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    The sideways mount takes a bit of getting used to as it blocks some of your view to the port side. It does, however, get the dot much closer to the bore line. I haven't run into anybody that has tried that style of mount and gone back.
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    Quote Originally Posted by obijohn View Post
    The sideways mount takes a bit of getting used to as it blocks some of your view to the port side. It does, however, get the dot much closer to the bore line. I haven't run into anybody that has tried that style of mount and gone back.
    I've shot a couple guns set up like that, and don't care for the sight picture... much prefer the c-more set vertical.
    just a personal preference thing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by obijohn View Post
    The sideways mount takes a bit of getting used to as it blocks some of your view to the port side. It does, however, get the dot much closer to the bore line. I haven't run into anybody that has tried that style of mount and gone back.
    Quote Originally Posted by rvb View Post
    I've shot a couple guns set up like that, and don't care for the sight picture... much prefer the c-more set vertical.
    just a personal preference thing.

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    Very interesting.
    It'd be fun to try to see which feels better
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    Quote Originally Posted by rvb View Post
    I've shot a couple guns set up like that, and don't care for the sight picture... much prefer the c-more set vertical.
    just a personal preference thing.

    -rvb
    I'm not really a fan either, but the kool kidZ like it.
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    Actually, I will order a second VErtical mount and try it both ways, tonight we will sight in the C-More with the 90-degree mount and then see how it goes.

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    This is the only C-more I own but I do like it. Getting used to it took some time as the height from bore center confused muscle memory with the 1911.
    Gun base is an SA RO.



    I need to credit AllenM for the great machine work on this pistol. I drove him a bit crazy with it but he came through.

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