New C&H Precision Adaptor Plates Available Now

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C&H Precision Weapons offers a full line of adaptor plates for mounting red dot optics to pistols. IMG C&H Precision Mount

U.S.A. -(AmmoLand.com)- C&H Precision Weapons offers a full line of adaptor plates for mounting red dot optics to pistols. These plates allow users to change from a standard mounting option to an uncommon mounting or preferred optic. Given the long history of C&H’s work with DoD, many plates are offered for the V4 MIL/LEO cuts.

Some of the more common mounting options are for MIL/LEO, Aftermarket RMR, and factory slide cuts. Plates allow for attachment of various Vortex, Aimpoint, Leupold, Trijicon, SIG, and Holosun optics to uncommon or non-standard slide cut designs a user’s preferred chosen optic. A complete list of adaptor plates and optic options is available at: chpws.com/product-category/red-dot-apater-plates/

These plates open the doors for users to continue to employ their pistol with an optic of choice. C&H Precision has allowed shooters to mount a broad range of red dots to a sole firearm. Additionally, many firearms can be adapted to different optics depending on the use without much modification. A simple red dot change is a quick removal and reinstallation of a new plate and optic. From plinking and competition to training novice shooters or duty setups, C&H Precision Weapons has an adaptor plate.


About C&H Precision Weapons:

C&H Precision Weapons (CHPWS) is a family-owned and operated small business serving the shooting community from our shop located in Richmond Hill, Georgia. We specialize in hand-crafted precision rifles, custom 1911s, pistol slide upgrades, and the design and manufacturing of special projects within the firearms industry. All work is performed in-house by real gun builders, real engineers, and professional shooters.

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GeniusJoe

Jim,

You really ought to put a “PAID ADVERTISEMENT” disclaimer PROMINENTLY on product reviews in which you were given the product for FREE, and especially on “articles” for which you were PAID to “review” the product.

At a MINIMUM you need to declare, in bold, when a company sent you the item(s) for free.

It hurts your credibility greatly.

Thank you.

Last edited 4 days ago by GeniusJoe
GeniusJoe

P.S. This blurb about the company is an advertisement, to not label it as such is SHAMELESS. Either state that they shipped you the parts for free requesting that you review them, or don’t include shameless plugs for the company: “About C&H Precision Weapons: C&H Precision Weapons (CHPWS) is a family-owned and operated small business serving the shooting community from our shop located in Richmond Hill, Georgia. We specialize in hand-crafted precision rifles, custom 1911s, pistol slide upgrades, and the design and manufacturing of special projects within the firearms industry. All work is performed in-house by real gun builders, real… Read more »

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DIYinSTL

So what if it may be a paid for “article.” Ammoland does not charge us to visit or post and some readers may have just found a source for something they have been in need of.