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    Default PSA compact dagger

    I'm thinking of picking up a psa dagger compact with an optics cut in the slide. anyone have any hands on with the gun?
    Also, I want to add a micro dot, but don't want to break the bank for a 300-dollar Glock gen 3 clone.
    This will be mostly a range gun as I already have my self-defense needs taken care of.
    thanks in advance for any help,
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    75/15/10

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    Default Re: PSA compact dagger

    That is just the variation I had my eye on,I'll wait for your review as you'll likely get it before I do.
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    Default Re: PSA compact dagger

    I grabbed a compact Dagger with the rmr cut slide a few weeks ago because I've wanted to try out a pistol with a mini RDS and not spend a fortune. I added a Holosun 407C x2, with the 8moa circle reticle because I wanted something that is easy to find the dot. I haven't gotten it to the range yet, for a number of reasons, buy the ergos are great and it seems very well made. I'm still dry firing it while getting used to finding the reticle in the RDS, which takes practice. Had I done adequate research, I would have bought the Doctor cut slide version, since it seems there are more mid-quality mini RDS available in the Doctor cut patern than the rmr pattern.

    This was the review that helped me make my final decision to purchase he Dagger, that along with the free AR15 stripped lower and free shipping along with the finished frame for $99.99 ->


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    Default Re: PSA compact dagger

    Iíve got a dagger upper. Itís really pretty solid for the price point especially. I wouldnít know it was that cheap if I didnít pay for it

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    Default Re: PSA compact dagger

    I ended up ordering a slide assembly with the doctor cut pattern (on your suggestion, thank you) and a frame with a viridian laser.
    The frame with laser was $119. with free shipping, the slide was $249. plus $8.50 shipped.
    I will never use the threaded barrel, and if I ever do, I can always get another so that saved a few extra bucks.
    thank you for the input. Roland
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