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    Glock milling

    Got a OEM Glock 19 Slide on the way as we speak. Looking for recommendations on full slide milling + rmr milling. Right now I'm really liking the Jagerwerks F9 package. Any other companies out there I should be aware of? This will be going with my polymer 80 lower. Not looking for anything with windows...

    While were at it threaded barrel recommendations are welcome also.
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    Overwatch Precision, AETI, Agency Arms are my short list. I'm sending a G21.4 and G19x to AETI for RMR cuts and stippling this spring.

    The Agency AOS system is pretty interesting too.
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    I'. considering this too, but the overall cost is more than I paid for my G19. I really do enjoy my buddies RMR though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Zane1844 View Post
    I'. considering this too, but the overall cost is more than I paid for my G19. I really do enjoy my buddies RMR though.
    Oh I'm fully expecting it to be well over 1k when its all said and done. Got the Polymer 80 lower for 160, Glock 19 slide for 250, needs OEM lower parts kit, OEM upper parts kit, Vickers controls, apex trigger, slide milling + cerakote, threaded barrel, sights, and RMR still
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    ATEI. Pro Cut.

    My RMR held zero with that cut and only one screw.
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    I’ve not ever needed any of the wazzoo lizard skin cuts, so I have no idea if he does them; Mark from L&M Precision does wonderful RMR cuts. I have a lot of his work in the safe.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NongShim View Post
    I’ve not ever needed any of the wazzoo lizard skin cuts, so I have no idea if he does them; Mark from L&M Precision does wonderful RMR cuts. I have a lot of his work in the safe.
    His serrations are my favorite


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    Very happy with my pro cut from ATEi. I would/will send all future work to him.

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    Yup, also only going to send to ATEi in the future, my first Glock is exactly what I wanted and Doug is the gold standard.
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    You've to do a little research about the subject and define what's important for you. The above mentioned recommendations include vendors that mill different depths of pockets, bosses vs no bosses, fit that may not take a replacement optic vs fit that most likely will, different turn around times etc. I've had work done by L&M, ATEI, Primary Machine and Maple Leaf, and all have their own specific little benefits and trade offs. The latter is my preferred vendor but it only reflects my own priorities.

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