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Tactical ALG 6 Second Optics Scope Mount T1 T2 H1 RMR For Marui WE KWA Pistol Gen3 Glock 17 18C 22 24 31 34 35 With Magwell

  This mount Only for Airsoft Glock,can't be used on Real Glock

  Material: Aluminum

  For WE Marui KWA Gen3 Glock 17/18C/22/24/31/34/35

  Designed for the Trijicon RMR,Aimpoint Micro T1/ H1/ T2 series of micro red dot optics.

  20mm Rail for mounting optics

 

PACKAGE

  1 x Optic Mount 

  1 x Magwell

  6 x Short Screws

  2 x Long Screws

 

  The ALG Defense 6-Second Mount was designed when a counter-terrorism unit approached ALG with a strict set of criteria. 

  When entering a linear environment, such as an airplane or bus, the team's primary weapon was their pistol and they were looking for a fast sighting method that was rugged and robust. 

Red dot scopes mounted directly to their pistol slides were showing a high failure rate, due to extreme acceleration or deceleration of the slide. 

  The balance of the pistols was thrown off from the rearward scope mounting position, and the slides were weakened from machining a pocket for the scopes into the top of the slide.

 

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Han Solo Blaster &#; ALG 6 Second Mount Review

Though I'd seen brief glimpses before, I didn't have the opportunity to actually handle or shoot a 6 Second Mount equipped Glock until this past year at SHOT Show. If you're not already familiar with it, it might look a little weird at first. After all, it's an Aimpoint Micro, an optic meant for a rifle, mounted to a Glock. It could be from a near-future science fiction movie (or from a long time ago in a galaxy far far away).

Having had some experience in the competition arena though, I knew exactly the direction it was coming from. It's a race gun setup, but more durable and practical than what is typical.

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In and of itself, this isn't terribly surprising. The competition world has always run along the ragged, bleeding edge of technology. If something proves useful enough there, it often makes its way into the tactical world (though as a rule in a more rugged manner).

Many call it this arrangement the &#;Han Solo Blaster.' So shall I.

ALG 6 Second Mount

The story of the development of the ALG 6 Second Mount has already been repeated everywhere else (and here too) so I won't go back over it (we first mentioned it back before Christmas if I recall correctly). If you do need to refresh on the back story, check out this link before reading on.

So there I was, with an old Aimpoint Micro sans home, and a Glock 17 looking at me all bright eyed and bushy tailed&#;.

I've been using and shooting the ALG 6 Second Mount for a little while now, and I've gone through some evolution of configurations. You'll see this in some of the photographs below.

Design & Installation
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Currently, the most common electro-optical pistol mounting solution in our world is slide-riding. This is when you either have an dovetail adapter, or popular today, a slide specifically milled for your optic. Though they are getting much better, some setups have suffered in the past. Frame mounting avoids many of those potential issues and more, as we'll get into.

Like everything else I've used from ALG, it appears to be durable and extremely well made.

The 6 Second Mount slides right onto the front of your pistol when the slide is removed. The trigger pin is replaced with a locking one and a cross bolt goes through the slot on your accessory rail; stupid easy. There is a new Picatinny rail on the bottom for mounting lights/lasers, and a removable blast shield to keep your optic clear even when shooting the nasty stuff.

The hardest part about installation was acquiring Purple Loctite, which ALG recommends. One of my friends suggested semi-jokingly that it was, “probably just red and blue mixed together.&#; Purple Loctite is low strength, and mostly protects against loosening from vibrations (Vibra-tite I have used for small screws, but it isn't officially endorsed by ALG). After driving and calling around town to no avail, I ended up purchasing it from Amazon. I'll save you the trouble here. The screws are pretty small, so using Blue Loctite or the Deadly Red aren't advisable if you ever want to take it apart.

The 6 Second Mount is currently only advised for the Aimpoint Micro and fullsize third generation 9mm/40/sig caliber Glocks. That hasn't stopped some people from experimenting though. I've seen them on 10mm Glocks, Gen 4 Glocks, compact frames, and I've even seen people use cheap Chinese Aimpoint knockoffs&#;all with assorted levels of success. All I can say at this point is that many setups can be cobbled together, but results may vary; long term reliability in non-standard setups has yet to be seen (I wonder about the recoil of 10mm loosening the mount, for example).

Because the 6 Second Mount is so close to the slide, you have to either remove your rear sight to install it, or install it with the slide in place (the latter is not recommended). Sure, you could always install the rear sight after, but then you'd have to either take it or the mount off every time you wanted to field strip your pistol. Factory front sights will clear the mount during cycling, but don't bet on aftermarket even if it looks like it's good to go visually (I have a broken Trijicon HD sight to show for it&#;my fault, not the manufacturer's).

On the Range
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The traditional thought about having a red dot sight (RDS) on a handgun is to use a set of tall suppressor sights to help you find the dot. This is rather common practice with slide-riding optics (such as a Trijicon RMR or Leupold DeltaPoint). Herein is where we come to two issues: You can't have backup sights with the 6 Second Mount, and that time-honored methodology is flawed to begin with. The accepted adage is that a dot is slower to initially acquire, but easier to keep. A goodly portion of the former is because people were doing just as described: finding sights, finding dot, finding target—if you're going to do all of that, why even bother with a RDS? RECOIL contributor Aaron Cowan of Sage Dynamics posted a video explaining it here. Here's the rub: You don't look for the irons first (and in this case it's impossible anyhow), you look at the target, simply present the pistol, and the dot will be right there. How many thousands of times have you indexed before? Same thing here. Some new shooters may need additional training time.

I had very few issues acquiring the dot even at the first go, and none after a very short period of training. Hitting the range with several different handguns, all with different sighting arrangements, proved to be a non-issue.

I decided to zero the RDS at 10 yards because it gave me &#;longer legs' without point of aim (POA) adjustment than many others (impact within 2 inches of POA out to yds, and within the length of a USPSA &#;A' Zone out to y). A 25y zero is also commonly touted. Ultimately, it doesn't matter what your zero is, provided that you know your holds. Just be sure to go out and actually test it for yourself.

Some reading may scoff at a + yard pistol fire. While it's true that particular range isn't the norm with a pistol, it's far from impossible or insurmountable.

Advantages
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Red dots on rifles offer many advantages over irons, and so it goes for pistols. Better in low light, exceptional for tracking moving targets, speed*, use in unconventional positions, easier on the eyes (old ones especially, looking at you Reeder and Harrison), NVG use, and more. Since the 6 Second Mount is frame mounted, it doesn't reciprocate under fire, making for fast and seamless aimed followup shots. You also receive constant feedback on your grip, trigger pull, and sight wobble as you track the dot. It's very much like a non-projecting personal laser that works in all lighting conditions.

With the 6 Second Mount installed, the pistol becomes noticeably more front heavy; this helps keep the muzzle down during cycling.

Furthermore, it's made for what is arguably the most durable red dot on the planet.

Notes, Considerations, and Some Solutions
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Firstly, though it may have “Micro” in it, the optic name becomes a misnomer when it's mounted to a pistol. Sure, compared to some competition guns it's downright svelte but there's no getting around the increased size and weight compared to an OEM Glock.

You don't have backup sights. No, an Aimpoint Micro, particularly a frame mounted one, is unlikely to experience catastrophic failure. Even so, we all like to wear belts and suspenders in this coliseum. My immediate solution was to just install a laser. Many laser devices are incompatible with the 6 Second Mount because the the frame itself gets in the way. A guide rod laser should work just as well as it does in any other Glock. Or just get a Surefire XU and be done with it.

Of course I couldn't let well enough alone.

I marked the centerline of the mount and put a drop of paint at the same height as the front sight. In that way it would act as a rudimentary sight (think shotgun bead). Around the house this worked great. On the range it also was acceptable, for about the duration of a magazine.

As you can see I failed to account for exhaust from the ejection port. A full length fiber optic rod may be a better idea, but I'm not going to be drilling anytime soon.

Because the Picatinny rail is slightly lower than the integrated accessory rail, some may find issue with weapon light activation. I have small hands, something that my friends often chide me about, and have no issue. If you do have a problem, using something like a Surefire DG switch may be in order.

I put an asterisk on &#;Speed' in the Advantages section. If you're used to taking a flash sight picture with irons at close range, it will take some time to master with the 6 Second Mount. The tube design of the Aimpoint does help with natural alignment though. At distances beyond m, the 6 Second Mount really shines, and target acquisition is much faster at extended ranges.

Manipulations might be different for you. If you're used to grabbing the slide over the top and leveraging against the rear sight—you can't. The addition of cocking knobs or extended end plates will give you the same issue as your rear sight, in that it will first have to be removed prior to stripping.

Some skateboard tape on top, or more aggressive serrations makes life much easier. I opted for an aftermarket slide, which feels like it was practically designed for this setup.

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Holster selection is currently limited, but more companies are making them (stay tuned for our 6 Second Mount Holster Roundup, coming shortly).

The Great Contrast and Conclusions
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I knew people would ask me about the Han Solo Blaster compared to the ever-more-common slide mounted RMR. Starting with the obvious, on the size side of things, the RMR wins.

Height over bore (HOB) is higher on the ALG, and the RMR has a HOB higher than irons—but all are entirely usable.

While RMRs are plenty durable, riding the slide is hard on everything. There are many names in optics-ready slides and gunsmiths who will mill them out but unfortunately, not all of them are created equally. Company X will produce more failures than Company Y, so you gotta do your research. With ALG, you know exactly what you're getting. The combination of the Aimpoint Micro and a non-reciprocating base makes the 6 Second Mount bombproof. You can have irons with the RMR, but you're far less likely to ever need them with the ALG.

No permanent modification of the host pistol is required to install the ALG, so it can be more cost effective if you decide you don't like running a RDS. There's no chance of weakening your slide.

Because the overall profile isn't so drastically changed with the RMR, it can fit into far more off-the-shelf holsters (though holsters specifically for protecting RMRs are still limited).

The forward balance helps mitigate muzzle movement with the 6 Second Mount.

In my completely subjective opinion, the ALG is simply more fun to shoot than a slide-riding optic.

Personally, I'm running both (not on the same gun, dumbass).

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Remember to bear in mind this was made for some specific tasks for a specialized group of people—but that doesn't mean the benefits can't apply to you. The faster target acquisition and flat shooting makes it an exceptional handgun choice for home defense or competition, and I would go so far as to say it could replace the vaunted &#;truck gun' for many people. As more holsters come to market, I think you'll see more advocates for carrying it on the beat or on the street.


 

The ALG 6 Second Mount is available in Black, Grey, Desert Dirt, and Purple. You can check them out on ALG's homepage here, or give them a follow on Facebook.




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The ALG Defense 6-Second Mount was designed when a counter-terrorism unit approached ALG with a strict set of criteria. When entering a linear environment, such as an airplane or bus, the team’s primary weapon was their pistol and they were looking for a fast sighting method that was rugged and robust. Red dot scopes mounted directly to their pistol slides were showing a high failure rate due to extreme acceleration or deceleration of the slide. The balance of the pistols was thrown off from the rearward scope mounting position, and the slides were weakened from machining a pocket for the scopes into the top of the slide. Mounting an optic to your weapon decreases engagement time, allowing for faster and more accurate hits on target. By separating the sight from the reciprocating slide it allows the pistol to function properly without the added mass of the optic sight, and produces a favorable weight distribution. The ALG 6-Second Mount in machined from T6 aluminum and is designed to Gen 3 Glock 17, 22, 24 31, 34 and

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Brand Name : HOPIN Model Number : C Brand name : MAGORUI Model Number : Tokyo Marui 6 Second Mount Glock18C G17 G18C G22 Aimpoin Guide Type : 6-Second Weight : 80g(oz) Materia : Aluminum Rail Type : 20mm 4 Slots Rail Fits for : RMR/T1/ H1/ T2 Installed on : Gen3 WE Marui KWA Glock 17 18C 22 24 31 34 35 color : Black/grey Type 1 : glock Type 2 : hunting Type 3 : hunting accessories Type 4 : glock accessories Type 5 : airsoft accessories PACKAGE 1 x Optic Mount 1 x Magwell 6 x Short Screws 2 x Long Screws The ALG Defense 6-Second Mount was designed when a counter-terrorism unit approached ALG with a strict set of criteria. When entering a linear environment, such as an airplane or bus, the team’s primary weapon was their pistol and they were looking for a fast sighting method that was rugged and robust. Red dot scopes mounted directly to their pistol slides were showing a high failure rate, due to extreme acceleration or deceleration of the slide. The balance of the pistols was thrown off from the rearward scope mounting position, and the slides were weakened from machining a pocket for the scopes into the top of the slide. Suitable for:Hunting, Fishing,Airsoft,Tactical Quality control: (1)We test each item before shipping to ensure they are in good condition. (2) As a experienced supplier we package goods in carton box with EPE, which would prevent your items from some unexpected damages efficiently during delivery. (3)We offer you fast shipping, usually around 3 days preparation. This is an approximate time, your shipment data would be up to your specific orders. (4)We would let you know the tracking number once we sent out your products. Feedback/Grade our service: Pls leave us your comment of our products and service after you received your products; this will help us to do better in the future. We?ll spare no effort to upgrade our whole system to satisfy all of our kind customers.

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Review: ALG Defense 6 Second Mount

I have been able to spend a significant amount of time shooting a Glock equipped with an ALG Defense 6 Second Mount. I have accounted for rounds through the setup with who knows how many dry fire repetitions on top of that. During that time of shooting, note taking, and research it has occurred to me that this will likely be a long review because there is much ground to cover.

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I will try not get bogged down in the overall concept of putting dot sights on handguns. One of the challenges with a review of the 6 Second Mount is that many of its benefits may also exist with other dot mounting configurations and so I must carefully draw out any specific advantages that this mount might possess over those other methods. This review will address the mount itself, the history of the concept and why this mount specifically exists, some observations from use, and attempt to flesh out whether or not it has any application for a regular guy like me.

The ALG Defense 6 Second Mount is a mount designed to mate an Aimpoint Micro to Generation 3 Glock 17, 17L, 22, 24, 31, 34, and 35s. It also provides a picatinny rail for mounting white lights or lasers.

The single piece design is machined from T6 aluminum. The 6 Second Mount (6SM) is attached to the host Glock via a replacement trigger pin that serves as a cross bolt and tight fitment at the accessory rail where it is also secured with a cross bolt. Installation is not difficult but the instructions should be followed carefully.

It should also be noted that the rear sight of the host Glock will need to be removed when using the 6SM as it interferes with removing the slide. The mount is designed to place the Aimpoint Micro as low as possible and there just isn’t room for the rear sight to pass under it during field stripping and assembly.

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There has been a lot of confusion online about the 6 Second Mount. I think a lot of that comes from misunderstanding the history and context for this particular mount and mounts like it.

I can remember reading about handguns that used similar frame mounted structures to attach an Aimpoint and white light back in the earlier days of my firearm interest. In a particular case that I remember, they were designed for the first man on an entry team so that he would have a free hand to do things like turn a doorknob while still being able to operate a firearm in a more offensive manner. There are Ichiro Nagata photos of Mark Morris custom s etched into my memory. Mr. Nagata himself worked with Mark Morris to create a handgun with a similar concept called the Black Widow.

I no longer have my stack of firearm magazines from my youth to reference but these setups were frequently profiled in American Handgunner and grew out of similar frame-mounted competition handgun configurations. They predated the Micro Aimpoints by a considerable amount of time. Some of them may date back to the days of the Aimpoint Comp M or even earlier. Suffice it to say, there has been a long history for this concept.

That brings us to just a few years ago when, according to ALG Defense, “a counter-terrorism unit approached ALG with a strict set of criteria. When entering a linear environment, such as an airplane or bus, the team’s primary weapon was their pistol and they were looking for a fast sighting method that was rugged and robust. Red dot scopes mounted directly to their pistol slides were showing a high failure rate due to extreme acceleration or deceleration of the slide. The balance of the pistols was thrown off from the rearward scope mounting position, and the slides were weakened from machining a pocket for the scopes into the top of the slide.”

So, this concept is certainly not without precedent and it has always served specific purposes for specific types or groups of people. This is not a concealment setup. It isn’t some kind of general-purpose firearm. It isn’t being pushed by ALG Defense as the handgun configuration of the future. It is simply a mount developed for a specific client with a specific need and it happens to be interesting, cool looking, functional, and refined enough to offer in the ALG Defense product line.

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We have established that the concepts behind the 6SM are not new and that the 6SM itself exists for a specific situation encountered by specific people but where does that leave guys like me? When I took on this review I figured it was my job to take all of that history and context into account while testing the 6SM to determine what usefulness it might have to regular guys who don’t work in counter-terrorism operations. I cannot speak to the counter-terrorism use of the 6SM but I can see strong parallels between the environments that this was designed for and the environments that a typical, civilian gun owner might face when using their firearm for defense of their home.

Ideally, when you hear that glass window in your living come crashing to the floor, you would shelter in place with your home defense firearm trained on your bedroom door while you call to report the intruder. However, if you have loved ones in your other parts of your home, you lose the luxury of hunkering down behind your bed while looking over your sights. You must go to where your loved ones are to ensure their safety. Moving through a home can look an awful lot like moving through a “linear environment”. A compact weapon with a versatile sighting system and a white light is not a bad thing to have in such situations.

You may have to manipulate a doorknob along the way. You may have to operate a cell phone. You may need to place your hand on a child while still being able to identify threats and deliver accurate fire. A set up like the ALG Defense 6 Second Mount is perfect for such situations… but you could say that any handgun with red dot set up would work just as well, so why would you choose the 6SM?

In my opinion, there are advantages of the 6 Second Mount over a slide mounted red dot sight. I am not saying it is better than a slide mounted red dot sight, only that it does have advantages in specific areas. You, being the most familiar with your situation, will have to decide what is best for you.

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The 6SM offers a fixed mounting position that is not located on the slide. This is the basis for many of its benefits. First, the red dot sight does not need to endure that battering that it would take when mounted on the reciprocating slide of a handgun.

Second, it is easier to track a fixed aiming point through recoil than a reciprocating one. In this sense, I think the learning curve is shallower on this setup than a slide mounted setup. Most people aren’t really getting the most out of their handgun mounted dot sights because they haven’t developed the skills necessary to track the dot through recoil.

Another strong reason to consider the 6 Second Mount over a slide-mounted set up is that it requires no modifications to the host gun. If you decide you hate dot sights on handguns, or aren’t fully committed to the concept, or just have to sell the sight for some reason, the 6SM can be removed easily.

There are also a number of ancillary benefits that may factor into your decision in a less significant way. The 6SM has a very weight forward feel that helps soak up some recoil. There is a cutout on the side of the 6SM that falls directly under the shooter’s thumb and, when downward pressure is applied, can be used to control recoil much like the “gas pedals” found on competition guns.

There are, or course, things slide mounted dot sights do better. Chief among them is that slide mounted setups take up less space, which makes them viable for concealed carry.

Additionally, slide mounted set ups make manipulations easier, especially one handed manipulations where the dot sight itself can be pressed against a surface to operate the slide.

I mounted my 6 Second Mount on a Glock 35 with a KKM 9mm Conversion Barrel that has proven to be very reliable for me. This particular Glock 35 had about relatively trouble-free rounds of S&W through it before I began using the KKM conversion barrel. There were a couple of malfunctions early in this guns life that appeared to be tied to weak ejection. These were fixed with a White Sound Defense HRED. It had just under rounds of 9mm through it without a stoppage before the addition of the 6 Second Mount. Then it digested + stoppage free rounds during testing with the mount.

I did not see any issues with shifting zero throughout the testing. I zeroed at 10 yards the day I received the mount. It still hits point of aim, point of impact at 10 yards today.

It is very easy to shoot this set up quickly. The muzzle stays very flat if you do your part. That is likely due to the extra weight and the way you can press down with your support hand thumb on the mount to control muzzle rise.

It is a heck of a lot of fun to shoot the 6 Second Mount at extended distances. Shooting a Glock 17 with iron sights at yards is a real skill builder. Shooting a Glock 17 equipped with an Aimpoint Micro at yards is easy if you know how to control a trigger.

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The accessory rail on the 6SM sits lower than the rail on the Glock. This can make reaching a light difficult for some shooters. I tested with a Surefire X and XU, Streamlight TLR-1, and INFORCE APL. All were usable with my medium sized hands though the APL, with its large paddles, was easiest to use.

One-handed manipulations, as they are usually taught, are virtually impossible to do. One of the smaller, unobtrusive slide racker back plates made for Glocks might be a worthwhile addition to a set up like this. This would give the shooter something to press against their belt, holster, or any other surface in the event that they need to cycle the slide with only one good hand.

I think the ALG Defense 6 Second Mount does have application for the civilian gun owner as a very, very solid home defense weapon. I also believe that it has some attractive advantages over slide mounted red dots. It is exceedingly well made, has had zero impact on the reliability of my already reliable gun, and is just plain cool.

It may have been made for a counter-terrorism unit but it sure feels right at home on my nightstand.

Check out the 6 Second Mount at ALG Defense.

Disclosure: JTT received the 6 Second Mount from ALG Defense free of charge, for review.

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ALG Defense 6-Sec Flashlight Scope Rail For Glock With Magwell

ALG Defense 6-Second Mount Flashlight Scope Mount RMR For Pistol Gen3 Glock 17 18C 22 24 31 34 35 Handguns With Magwell

-Weight: 80g(oz)
-Color: Black/Dark Grey &#; please choose color otherwise we&#;ll send random.
-Material: Aluminum
-For Gen3 Glock 17/18C/22/24/31/34/35
-Designed for the Aimpoint Micro T1/ H1/ T2 /RMR series of micro red dot optics.
mm Rail for mounting Flashlight

PACKAGE

1 x Optic Mount
1 x Magwell
6 x Short Screws
2 x Long Screws

The ALG Defense 6-Second Mount was designed when a counter-terrorism unit approached ALG with a strict set of criteria.
When entering a linear environment, such as an airplane or bus, the team’s primary weapon was their pistol and they were looking for a fast sighting method that was rugged and robust.
Red dot scopes mounted directly to their pistol slides were showing a high failure rate, due to extreme acceleration or deceleration of the slide.
The balance of the pistols was thrown off from the rearward scope mounting position, and the slides were weakened from machining a pocket for the scopes into the top of the slide.

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ALG Defense 6 Second - Red Dot Sight Mount

The ALG Defense 6-Second Mount was designed when a DOD counter-terrorism unit approached ALG with a strict set of criteria. When entering a linear environment (such as an airplane or bus) the team's primary weapon was their pistol and they were looking for a fast sighting method that was rugged and robust. Red dot scopes mounted directly to the pistol slides were showing a high failure rate due to the extreme acceleration and deceleration of the slide. Additionally, the balance of the pistol was thrown off from the rearward optic mounting position. The name 6-Second Mount came from a description used by one of the operators: "The fight lasts 6 Seconds, either they're dead or you're dead and aggression saves the day." Mounting an optic to your weapon decreases engagement time allowing for faster and more accurate hits on target. By separating the sight from the reciprocating slide it allows the pistol to function properly without the added mass of the optic sight and improves the overall weight distribution. Also, by removing the sight from the slide, the slide's integrity is not compromised by machining.

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  • ALG Defense 6 Second - Red Dot Sight Mount
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