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    Quote Originally Posted by Biggy View Post
    IMHO, when talking about the window size differences between brands or models, what sizes are available now is probably all we will ever see size wise. There is only so much room to work with when mounted on the back of a slide. Also the thinner the housing is around the lens, the weaker it becomes. It’s all about tradeoffs and compromises.
    I absolutely agree with this. It’s definitely a balancing act with red dots on pistols.

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    Any idea if the SRO will work with an Atom slide?

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    Quote Originally Posted by morpheus562 View Post
    Any idea if the SRO will work with an Atom slide?
    According to Trijicon, the SRO has the same footprint or base as the RMR. So using the Unity RMR adaptor plate, Other than a possible rear sight clearance issue, it should work fine with the Unity Atom slide.
    Last edited by Biggy; 04-30-19 at 13:31.

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    Quote Originally Posted by morpheus562 View Post
    Any idea if the SRO will work with an Atom slide?
    It will work but you'll likely have to remove the rear sight to make room for the forward protrusion of the SRO.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dontshakepandas View Post
    It will work but you'll likely have to remove the rear sight to make room for the forward protrusion of the SRO.

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    That's what I was afraid might be the case.

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    So it's good for duty use?

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    I wonder why Trijicon doesn't just make the RMR window a tad wider and a tad taller, but same window exterior dimensions. This sight looks great, similar to my DP Pro, but the bevel in the front kills the idea for irons in front of the sight like I want to do on my carry pistol. I don't mind racking the pistol off the RDS, but racking off suppressor height irons is a cheaper item to fix than the red dot itself.
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    Quote Originally Posted by nimdabew View Post
    I wonder why Trijicon doesn't just make the RMR window a tad wider and a tad taller, but same window exterior dimensions. This sight looks great, similar to my DP Pro, but the bevel in the front kills the idea for irons in front of the sight like I want to do on my carry pistol. I don't mind racking the pistol off the RDS, but racking off suppressor height irons is a cheaper item to fix than the red dot itself.
    Looking at my RMR's I would think if Trijicon were to make the window big enough to even notice the difference (more then a tad) and not change the outside dimensions, the housing would have to be very, very thin. I am not saying paper thin but thin enough that it would no longer be a "Ruggedized" Miniature Reflex, hence RMR.

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