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Thread: Kimber II milled for Red Dot

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    Kimber II milled for Red Dot

    Has anyone gotten their slide milled to directly mount a red dot (Deltapoint Pro). I have a stainless Custom II and would like to do this. Does the Schwartz safety cause any issues with milling the rear of the slide? It will be a dedicated range gun so I don't have a concern with removing it that's if needed.

    Can anyone recommend a gunsmith who has done this on a Kimber?
    Last edited by jlgone; 3rd January 2018 at 21:18.


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    This discussion belongs in the "Gunsmithing" area. Since jlgone has a post there on the same topic, this thread is closed.
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