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Wally1

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I have read in a few places that Sig sights will work on the MC1. Anybody tried this?
I have a set of TruGlo TFX on my P365 that are not working out & I might see if they fit the Mossberg.
 

John A.

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Not sure about the Mossberg, but sig sights will work on the XS2000 imports, also known as the Springfield Armory.

I could measure the sig and the springfield if you'd like, but I have no way of measuring the Mossberg because I don't have one. Do you have a caliper you can measure it with?
 

Wally1

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Thank you for your offer. I have not had time to work with any guns in the last several weeks and probably won't have time for several more weeks. I'll post again when I can look at them.
 

Wally1

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Well I finally got to spend some time with the P365 and after a few adjustments the TruGlo sights are working well for me. I'll leave them on the Sig and address the MC1 some other time.
 

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How are you liking the 365? I finally got one about a month ago and am liking it a lot. I'm having a few issues with my firing pin that I don't really understand but I have an email into their customer service to see what they say about it but haven't heard back from them yet.
 

Wally1

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It has been a good gun for me, had it about a year. What kind of firing pin problem are you having? Mine show some striker drag, but then some of my other pistols do also. It always goes bang though.
 

John A.

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Some light strikes and some normal strikes.

While the light strikes are hard enough to light the primer reliably at this time and I've not had a failure to fire, I think it should have a new spring at minimum. Look at the difference in the depth of the strike between this handful. The one on the far left is a miracle it even went off. I have AR15's that dimple primers deeper than that just chambering a round.

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