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New TangoDown SSM-03 RMR Mount for SIG P320 PistolsThe Firearm Blog

TangoDown has just about everything when it comes to gun-related gear and accessories. The company just announced that they have released a long-sought-after adapter plate for the Trijicon RMR and the SIG P320 line of pistols – the SSM-03. Naturally, upon seeing this I was curious as I’ve been wanting to kit out one of my SIG P320 pattern pistols with a Trijicon SRO which happens to have the same footprint as the RMR. The kit will allow you to place a Trijicon RMR or similarly patterned option on top of your P320 with the option also available to have it paired with backup iron sights.

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New TangoDown RMR Mount for the SIG P320 Line of Pistols - SSM-03

New TangoDown SSM-03 RMR Mount for SIG P320 Pistols

SSM-03 Features:

  • Ordnance-grade 4140 steel plate
  • Rust -resistant, durable Melonite finish
  • Supplied qty 4, high grade fasteners with VC-3 thread locking compound
  • OA Height:   .275”
  • Width: 1.10”
  • Length: 2.43”
  • Made in USA

New TangoDown RMR Mount for the SIG P320 Line of Pistols - SSM-03

The SSM-03 provides a solid base for your Trijicon RMR or SRO to sit on top. While most dovetail mount solutions eliminate the ability to use backup iron sights, the TangoDown SSM-30 allows you to have the option to mount your own backup irons in the provided dovetail at the rear. The ordinance grade steel is heat-treated and then given tough durable Melonite finish which should protect it against wear and rust for years to come. The SSM-03 mount also comes complete with all the mounting hardware needed and the hardware is pre-coated in a VC-3 Vibra-Tite thread locker. The SSM-03 from TangoDown is available to order now and is selling at a price of $78.00. At the time of writing, only one color of mount is available.

New TangoDown RMR Mount for the SIG P320 Line of Pistols - SSM-03

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