COMPATIBILITY: This optic cut is compatible with most other slide mods we offer, see specific model details below.
GLOCK (All models except slimline [G42,43,etc.], G41 and G17L)
This mounting package mounts a Trijicon RMR forward of the rear iron sight on Glocks. The mounting surface for the RMR is contiguous, thus the Trijicon mounting plate is NOT necessary when mounting on a Glock. Our mounting process inlets the optic into the slide sufficiently to allow co-witnessing with suppressor sites which we strongly recommend. We have irons for sale in the Triggers and Sights section. The front and rear wall of the inlet will be cut to match the optic perfectly, as well as bosses at the mounting points, thereby providing additional stabilization/locating points and increasing thread contact. If you need us to install/change your iron sites, or just disassemble/reassemble your slide, please add the armorer fee to your shopping cart, that will cover the sites swap. Of course we will need the sites if you're not purchasing them from us.... If you're purchasing new irons, they must be suppressor sights to be tall enough to co-witness. This machining will expose raw steel which we recommend refinishing to prevent oxidation/rusting. We offer Cerakote and PVD options separately.
SMITH & WESSON (M&P 9/40/9c/40c, M&P 9 2.0)
We can mount your Trijicon RMR on your S&W M&P's using the same style inlet mount as described above in the Glock section. The original rear sight dovetail is however eliminated and we place a new iron sight dovetail behind the optic which will accept a Glock style iron sight. We recommend visiting the 10-8 sights website to see a nice combination of Glock rear iron sight and M&P front iron sight that will cowitness. We offer these sights in our Triggers & Sights section. Keep in mind the optic is mounted such that your striker safety plunger and spring assembly will be captured by the optic similar in fashion to how it's captured by the rear iron sight on the OEM slide. As such, there is a passage that water could enter the bottom of the optic's battery compartment and a Trijicon RMR mounting plate is recommended. We offer that plate above if you don't have one.
CZ (P-07, P-09, P10c)
We can mount your Trijicon RMR on your CZ model listed above using the same cut technique described in the Glock section above. On the P-07 and 09, the optic must be placed all the way to the rear, thus obliterating the OEM rear sight dovetail and using the optic to capture the safety plunger, similar in fashion to the S&W M&P models. We cut a new Glock style iron sight dovetail forward of the optic on P-07's and 09's. We offer a new iron sight combination as well as the Trijicon mounting plate to prevent water accessing the battery compartment on these models. On the P-10c, we are able to mount the RMR forward enough to provide a rear mounted iron sight dovetail. Again we offer the appropriate sights to cowitness through the RMR on the 10c. Select from the options above.
SIG SAUER (P320)
We can mount a Trijicon RMR on a Sig P320, you will however invade channels inside the slide, thus creating a passage for water to enter the bottom battery compartment. As such you'll want a base plate with this cut. Please order above in the options section. You'll also need suppressor height sights to cowitness through the optic, we will not alter the existing OEM dovetails so factory suppressor/aftermarket suppressor sights designed for the P320 will slide right in. We do not sell any P320 sights at this time.
We can mount your RMR forward of the existing dovetail on the VP9. You'll need a baseplate to waterproof the RMR however. You'll need suppressor height sights for the OEM dovetails to cowitness, we don't offer HK sights at this time.
We have yet to cut a Trijicon RMR inlet on many other makes than Glock, S&W or CZ. We will be happy to consider other options not listed above. However these are on a case by case basis and armorer's fees may be different. We require prior contact and approval before accepting other slides. Please contact us via email first.