All of our slides have an RMR cut standard, and come with a “Battle Plate” that fills the void when the RMR is not installed. This plate is designed in a way that enables one hand manipulation of the firearm that increases safety. We don’t do top serrations due to training issues with the masses. On our Battle Plate, the serrations and screw lugs are on the 45 angle cuts. Placing these serrations and lugs here, forces the shooter to angle the pistol away from the body when using one hand to rack the pistol.
We start by swapping out the recoil system with an ISMI stainless steel guide rod and flat wire recoil spring. We replace only one spring in the trigger system which is the plunger safety spring. The other springs are stock and will grant consistent primer strikes and positive reset. We use a factory OEM minus connector and tune the factory trigger bar. With all this work the pull weight will be 4-4.25 pounds depending on the pistol. We also manufacture our own trigger shoe which is flat with a curved toe. This fixes the issue of trigger/trigger guard finger and glove bite.
We remove the finger grooves, cut in gas pedals, and bevel out the inside area of the trigger guard on a mill. We call the gas pedals the “Accelerator Cuts” and they offer enhanced traction on the pistol. With the accelerator cuts, muzzle rise is dramatically decreased and follow up shots are faster. We do a non-traditional double undercut and dock the front of the trigger guard for aesthetic purposes. We finish the frame off with full stippling and offer back strap melding as well for no additional charge.