Glock 48 MOS

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by JohnB-40, May 18, 2022.

  1. JohnB-40

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    My new Glock 48 MOS pistol is now complete with a Swampfox Sentinal that arrived on the brown truck today. I'm more than pleased with the set up and find it just right for my 7th decade needs,its slim,light and easy to aim with the green dot. If it manages to stop raining in Orygun,I'll zero it in and use it as my daily carry pistol.
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  2. CNobbe

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    Very nice. I've been testing a Swampfox Sentinel that came with a trade in gun, have it on my Sig P322 and am liking it.
     
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  3. 12Bravo20

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    I have been pleased with all of the Swampfox optics I own.
     
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  4. Riomouse911

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    Nice set up :thumbup:.

    You have given me a target to shoot for with my 43X MOS, a red dot will be in its future soon. :)

    Stay safe.
     
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    Last of my Delta point pros came in for the triplets,well sort of one is a blonde step child. Love the Glock MOS set up.(G41,G35,G34)

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    I have the 43x mos and a 48 mos as well.
     
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    Love a Red Dot!
     
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  8. Buzznrose

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    Love my 43X. I bought mine pre-MOS and had it milled. Has a SF Sentinel
     
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    Like it a lot! I have shot the MOS version with a WML on it and found the muzzle rise to be on par with my G19. If I ever find one in the wild, and not Blue Label, will try to pick one up.
     
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  10. CDW4ME

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    Dot versus iron sights, which is quicker inside 7 yards?
     
  11. JR24

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    Nice, I almost went with a similar setup but wanted the ring dot of the Holosun, and ultimately decided on the 365xl for ease of mounting (since I don’t like Glock plates and use C&H precision). Same size essentially and a great carry option, thin, light and still shoots like a compact.


    For me, if I’m going for speed, I don’t bother with sights inside 7. But if I am, I find dots typically faster since I can stay target focused and don’t have to wait for a flash sight picture with my front sight. Wasn’t there at first, but putting some time in and I really don’t find irons better in about any situation (though I do insist on backups since I never fully trust electronics).
     
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  12. 12Bravo20

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    With a micro red dot, you can use the optic windows as a large ghost ring sight in necessary. Though I do find that picking up the dot is way faster than trying to line up the iron sights. Plus as noted by others, with an optic you can focus more on the target versus having to focus on lining up iron sights.

    If you are new to pistol optics, it might take some times and plenty of practice to get use to using them. But once you get it figured out, an optic will be faster than iron sights. The nice thing about an optics that you do not have to have the dot perfectly centered in the window to get a good hit, as long as it was sighted in properly.
     
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  13. Buzznrose

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    Swamp Fox offers an excellent Mil/LEO discount on the web site.
     
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  14. Riomouse911

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    Thanks for the tip, ill check them out. :thumbup:

    Stay safe..
     
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