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Old 07-22-2022, 5:07 PM
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Default PSA blem Dagger 300 bucks

With RMR optic cut and threaded muzzle. As long as the blem isn't something like the slide doesn't stay on the gun, it sounds like a screamin' deal.

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Aren't they off roster though?
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Not in Arizona, hence the not in CA location by the OP.

Sounds like a great deal, my two Dagger uppers have been running great. Better then expected even. The slide finish has not shown any wear and I’ve done quite a bit of holster work with them on the range. The only negative so far is the barrel finish is wearing pretty quickly on the none threaded barrel, but that’s about it.
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I've never heard of a dagger...any good?
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PSA's clone of a Glock 19.

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With RMR optic cut and threaded muzzle. As long as the blem isn't something like the slide doesn't stay on the gun, it sounds like a screamin' deal.

https://palmettostatearmory.com/blem...ark-earth.html


ďblemishedĒ is just cosmetic, not affecting function;
that would be a liability otherwise, and bad business.
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My two dagger slides are on P80 frames, the combination has worked great. Only a little over 500 rounds fired with them so far, but zero malfunctions or failures. All using P-mags including the extended 21 & 26 rounders and my reloads in 124 and 115.

All the reviews I’ve read about the dagger frames have been really positive with glowing reviews for hand fit and texture. The only odd part is their choice of a hinged trigger, but that’s an easy and inexpensive change if you don’t like it.
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PSA says some triggers are not compatible, which implies that some are.

Holy crap, I just found some Glock triggers. They are freakin expensive. I hope the one that comes with the Dagger is good.
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From my understanding any Glock trigger for Gen 3 or 4 will work, no Gen 5 obviously.

If you don’t like a hinged trigger, you don’t need to replace the trigger bar just the shoe. They are pretty inexpensive, my P80 kits actually came with two different shoes allowing you to pick a curved or flat trigger.

Also on my carry G48 mos I replaced the stock shoe with an Overwatch flat trigger shoe, the rest of the trigger is bone stock Glock.

Overwatch trigger shoe.


P80 flat trigger shoes.
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LMAO I missed the part where it was in the expats subforum. My error.
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From my understanding any Glock trigger for Gen 3 or 4 will work, no Gen 5 obviously.

If you donít like a hinged trigger, you donít need to replace the trigger bar just the shoe. They are pretty inexpensive, my P80 kits actually came with two different shoes allowing you to pick a curved or flat trigger.

Also on my carry G48 mos I replaced the stock shoe with an Overwatch flat trigger shoe, the rest of the trigger is bone stock Glock.
Gulp. 115 bucks.
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Default PSA blem Dagger 300 bucks

I have a friend that has one; he says it runs great. If theyíre like other PSA blems you wonít notice anything. I have one of their AR lower blems and I canít see any sign of a blem. Some say itís just a marketing ploy.

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Gulp. 115 bucks.
Don’t know what your looking at, but for just the trigger shoe, I think I paid $30 something.
I think you are pricing the complete trigger, shoe and trigger bar, you don’t need all that just to replace the hinged trigger shoe.
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https://overwatchprecision.com/tac-s...ger-for-glock/
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Try this one, it’s the one I bought.

https://overwatchprecision.com/polyd...ger-for-glock/
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I have had a dagger for about 6 months. Shoots great. Don't hate the trigger, it is more S&W than Glock, but works okay for me. Great car gun. Not worried about damaging it. All my Glock mags work. Has the cut out and threaded barrel.
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Still waiting on them to ship it. Not sure why I'm in a hurry to get it, just means I need to find an optic.
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Still waiting on them to ship it. Not sure why I'm in a hurry to get it, just means I need to find an optic.
Wasn’t sure if you got one or not, glad to see you did. The last slide I ordered from them took awhile to ship, it was something like 16 days from the time I ordered until I got it. I’d think yours should be faster since it has to go to a FFL. What optic cut did you go with, RMR?
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Wasnít sure if you got one or not, glad to see you did. The last slide I ordered from them took awhile to ship, it was something like 16 days from the time I ordered until I got it. Iíd think yours should be faster since it has to go to a FFL. What optic cut did you go with, RMR?
Yup, not because I have any intention of getting an RMR though. Probably a Holosun, or more likely a Bushnell.

I think they only have two cuts, the RMR or Doctor. The Doctor fits ancient Vortex optics, so no interest in that.

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Well, I just ordered one of those last night. I keep getting e-mails from them showing those guns on sale and couldn't stand it any longer. I almost bought the one they had on sale that came with 10 magazines for $399.00, but it didn't have the threaded barrel. Glad I waited and am getting a threaded barrel I can use, as I already have plenty of Glock mags and don't really need 10 more. I am happy to hear good things about this gun, as I was leery about such a low-priced gun being any good.
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I picked up my gun today. They received it yesterday.

It feels pretty good, better than a real Glock. The texturing on the frame, the angle of the grip, and the shape are better than a Glock. The trigger is okay by me, although I haven't shot it yet, just went pew pew in my living room. It even comes apart and goes back together easier than a Glock. As others have said, fit and finish are right up there with very expensive polymer guns.

The only thing unusual is the optic cover plate is blue instead of FDE. I thought I had an RMR pattern dot but it turns out it's a Deltapoint Pro pattern. Any suggestions for a cheap one in the RMR pattern? Cheaper that a Holosun.

Oh, and I got a nice surprise when I picked it up. It comes with a pretty nice case that holds two spare mags and a 9mm sized silencer (mine is 45 sized). There's also a mystery pouch that I can't figure out. It's actually in the ad but I didn't notice it.
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I picked up my gun today. They received it yesterday.

It feels pretty good, better than a real Glock. The texturing on the frame, the angle of the grip, and the shape are better than a Glock. The trigger is okay by me, although I haven't shot it yet, just went pew pew in my living room. It even comes apart and goes back together easier than a Glock. As others have said, fit and finish are right up there with very expensive polymer guns.

The only thing unusual is the optic cover plate is blue instead of FDE. I thought I had an RMR pattern dot but it turns out it's a Deltapoint Pro pattern. Any suggestions for a cheap one in the RMR pattern? Cheaper that a Holosun.

Oh, and I got a nice surprise when I picked it up. It comes with a pretty nice case that holds two spare mags and a 9mm sized silencer (mine is 45 sized). There's also a mystery pouch that I can't figure out. It's actually in the ad but I didn't notice it.
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Sounds great, I went with Swampfox for my RMR Dagger the older King Slayer model it was around $150.

Both my OD and FDE slide came with black covers, seems to be the norm. My Sig M17 FDE also has a black cover plate.
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Sounds great, I went with Swampfox for my RMR Dagger the older King Slayer model it was around $150.

Both my OD and FDE slide came with black covers, seems to be the norm. My Sig M17 FDE also has a black cover plate.
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I ended up ordering the Holosun on sale on PSA. 180 bucks.
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If you saw the OP, but said "if only I could get one in Sniper Green", you're in luck!

https://palmettostatearmory.com/blem...1-51655116727B



Now on sale at PSA.
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I ended up ordering the Holosun on sale on PSA. 180 bucks.
That will be a good RD, Iíll admit itís taking me longer to adjust to a RD on a handgun then I thought it would. Iím shooting well with it and my times are not bad compared to iron sites, just a comfort level thing I believe. So far Iíve got roughly 1000 rounds fired with a RD. But still not carrying one, just slow to change I think.

I have a 50 round SWAT handgun qualification course I modified a little from my old department that I like to run. This morning I shot it with an iron sight G35 and the SG Dagger with the RD. I did better with the IS 35, but did do well with the RD Dagger and was a hair faster with it I believe. But anyway Iíve found it not to be a quick transition for me.

G35 50/50, pulled one low at 25 but still in the go zone

Dagger 49/50 pulled one just out of the go zone left at 25
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Still have targets you swiped from the Minneapolis PD, eh? Not a problem, they won't miss them considering how much smaller their force is now.

I think the reason the Holosun I ordered is on sale, is it has a huge 8 moa dot. Which is fine with me, I'm half blind and maybe I'll see a softball-sized dot easier.

I've only shot a dot on a pistol a few times and never from a holster. Won't be doing it any time soon either, because the range doesn't allow it. Which is also fine, because I don't have any Glock holsters.
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That’s the bad thing about the P80 frames, they don’t fit Glock holster and I e got a lot of them.

Found an old H&K holster in my holster box that works for the range, why I have it no idea. I’ve never owned an H&K handgun. I do have a Holster for my CZ P10c that works great with them, but only with if you have a TLR light on the gun. Don’t really want to buy any more holsters, so if I’m gonna carry it the light will have to be on it.
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LOL, I heard of a match that required a weapon light, and some wacky guy made a fake light that looks like a real light, but of course much lighter. You could do something like that.
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LOL, I heard of a match that required a weapon light, and some wacky guy made a fake light that looks like a real light, but of course much lighter. You could do something like that.
Ha ha, gun guys donít put nothing past them.

Iíve got a couple lights that work with the holster already, so good there.
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PSA has this deal going, and in stock right now.
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Go to the PSA and type in Dagger in the search box. Various models and options will populate.

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PSA has this deal going, and in stock right now.
https://palmettostatearmory.com/psa-...nt=51655128306
Thatís a hell of a good deal with all those mags.
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Or just click on the links in the thread.
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Well, I just picked mine up today from my FFL. I really like it. The texturing on the grip frame feels better than my Glock 19 in my hand. I like the trigger not having the safety lever in the middle of the trigger like Glock does. I think I am going to have the frame done in FDE Cerakote to match the slide.
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Well, I just picked mine up today from my FFL. I really like it. The texturing on the grip frame feels better than my Glock 19 in my hand. I like the trigger not having the safety lever in the middle of the trigger like Glock does. I think I am going to have the frame done in FDE Cerakote to match the slide.
You might think about just getting a new FDE frame.

https://palmettostatearmory.com/psa-...01-51655129661



Although it seems dumb to spend 180 bucks just to get a different color, and a cerakote job is how much? Like 50 bucks? Note it includes a Zev Pro trigger. Looks like those are 135 bucks just by themselves.
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This seems like a way to try out a red dot on your G19 if youíve been thinking about it.

https://palmettostatearmory.com/psa-...d-dot-fde.html

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