ZevTech Z17/ORION Stripped Slide for Glock 17 Gen 5 Pistol, Titanium Gray - SLD-Z17-5G-ORION-RMR-GRY
- Type: Stripped
- Series/Collection: Z17/ORION
- Material: 17-4 Stainless Steel
- Color: Titanium Gray
- For Use With: Glock 17 Gen 5 Pistol
- Dimensions: 7-1/4" L x 1" W x 0.84" H
- Includes: RMR Adapter Plate
- Weight: 10.19 oz
Living up to its namesake, the Orion is out of this world. This slide is like nothing we have ever produced. The styling of the pattern provide an all-over non-slip grip. Rounded edged serrations are not overly aggressive and easy on the un-gloved hand. With the Orion, form follows function. Our stainless steel slides are designed to improve accuracy and performance. They are manufactured in our state-of-theart manufacturing facility from a single billet of 17-4 stainless steel to tighter tolerances than factory slides for increased consistency in barrel lockup which improves accuracy. All ZEV slides have our patented optic cut which features posts allowing for more thread area keeping your optic securely mounted to your slide. ZEV slides weigh less than factory slides, therefore reduce reciprocating weight, which reduces fatigue and allows for faster shot follow-up placement. ZEV's RMR optic cut is specific to the Trijicon RMR red dot and will not support optics from different manufacturers that do not follow the Trijicon RMR footprint.
- Machined from 17-4 stainless steel billet
- Lowered ejection port to aid in ejection of brass
- Match grade, precision milled tolerances that are tighter than factory
- Improved accuracy and grouping performance upon installation
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