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Re: Info for Considering PS90 Std./Tri/Rem

Posted: 07 May 2012, 16:46
by blueorison
Nice!

I'm going to add this to the Wiki, is that ok, brosef?

Re: Info for Considering PS90 Std./Tri/Rem

Posted: 07 May 2012, 17:49
by blueorison
Is added!

I also gave credit to Aaron :)

Re: Info for Considering PS90 Std./Tri/Rem

Posted: 28 May 2012, 06:26
by Oldbindlestiff
C-More makes a mount for their STS sight that places the sight about where the REM sight sits. I'll post a photo if anyone is interested AND I can figure out how to do it!

Re: Info for Considering PS90 Std./Tri/Rem

Posted: 28 May 2012, 06:59
by Oldbindlestiff

Re: Info for Considering PS90 Std./Tri/Rem

Posted: 03 Oct 2012, 08:36
by flingled
Those TROS low profile rails are really cool.
Is that just a plug-n-play?...how much work is involved in switching the rail out?

thx in advance!

Re: Info for Considering PS90 Std./Tri/Rem

Posted: 22 Jan 2014, 18:47
by lesslethal
greetings all...in response to the reference previously to the duel mag clamp--has anyone experienced malfunctions when using such a clamp? I have a P90 (or real) and several PS90's, and when I use the duel mag clamp I experience the only jams I've ever had with the P/PS system. not every shot, just here and there...enough to cause me to not use the clamp. thanks

Re: Info for Considering PS90 Std./Tri/Rem

Posted: 22 Jan 2014, 18:59
by lesslethal
flingled wrote:Those TROS low profile rails are really cool.
Is that just a plug-n-play?...how much work is involved in switching the rail out?

thx in advance!

I just put one on a PS90..AWESOME quality, and 5 minutes work...

Re: Info for Considering PS90 Std./Tri/Rem

Posted: 24 Jan 2014, 17:16
by jpmanciniii
Lesslethal, what optic are you using? Also, when you go from low-ready to draw is the position of the optic in the correct place. Like inline with your eye?

Re: Info for Considering PS90 Std./Tri/Rem

Posted: 04 Jul 2015, 06:17
by Tigwldr
I also put a TROS mount on mine, love it with my mini ACOG.
It's a five minute swap or less. Two screws to remove and four to remount the new one.

Not the greatest shot but you get the idea. I need to take some better pics in the sun.
That's with both minis TA50-2 on the floor and the TA44SR-10 is mounted.

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Re: Info for Considering PS90 Std./Tri/Rem

Posted: 10 Jul 2015, 04:39
by dmachine
Take a look at these before buying anything, I think you'll be glad you did. http://www.fivesevenforum.com/viewtopic ... 16&t=16179" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;
These are as low as can be and what I think are the best sight for the gun. It's really only a 150 yard or so unit, therefore I would like as much FOV as I could get. The RMR & T-1 fit this rifle like a glove, if you can try one please do and let me know what you think.

Re: Info for Considering PS90 Std./Tri/Rem

Posted: 12 Jul 2015, 08:39
by Tigwldr
I really like your design.
I'm in the process of offloading some tools I have, once I do so I'm going to buy an RMR.
Will any RMR work with your mount?

Re: Info for Considering PS90 Std./Tri/Rem

Posted: 14 Jul 2015, 11:28
by dmachine
It's made for the Trijicon RMR. Although it will take all 3 models, I like the adj. one with a battery. Get the smallest dot also, 3.4 I think, makes a great combo.

Re: Info for Considering PS90 Std./Tri/Rem

Posted: 27 Jul 2015, 06:53
by dmachine
I don't know if it was just luck or not, most likely. But I let a buddy borrow mine with the T-1 on it to try out, which he did and bought one. When I got mine back I was curious how close it would hold it's O" I was shocked! At 100 yards it shot a 3/4" group with 3 out of 4, and the 4th one at about 11:00 and just shy of 2". (I pulled it) I never touched the knobs at all. Sometimes you get lucky.