Optics Melting

Melting, or sometimes referred to as Optic Melting, is a proven art where precision footprints are machined into pistol slides, allowing the designated optics to "sink" into the slide. Compare to the "MOS" style mounting using adapter plates, optic melting achieves a far more compact (and significantly more secured) integration between the sight and the weapon. Furthermore, the deeper they "melt" together, the closer the optic is to the bore-axis, improving accuracy while offering easier co-witness with iron sights. With the advent of rugged micro red-dots (such as the RMR), optic melting has rapidly expanded beyond competition shooting to become an essential tool for the discriminating EDC users, and have even seen combat use.
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