C&H Precision offers slide milling services for the best in the optical industry

C&H Precision Weapons is a leader in slide milling for various guns. Both gun sight attachments and slider rifling are available. Slide milling services include cuts for specific optics on compatible guns.

Gun optical milling options are available for Trijicon, Holosun, Leupold, SIG, Aimpoint, Vortex, Shield, Browe, Steiner and others on a case by case basis.

The entire process is customized to the specific needs of the end user. Through the decision process, C&H Precision offers a definitive list of options based on the gun chosen and the optics used. After selecting the pistol and optic, users have the option of keeping the rear dovetail or having the optic completely replace the rear iron sight.

What sets C&H apart from many other companies is the final finish of the cut sections. Free of charge, cerakote only the milled section and leave the factory finish. As an option, users can nitride the entire slide for an additional charge. Please note: C&H does not nitride.

When time is of the essence, there’s even a concierge program that will streamline the entire process. Lastly, service weapons can be shipped with qualification documentation and shipping insurance options are provided to minimize risk.

In general, the entire process offers six different options for the modification of the pistol. Depending on the gun and options, prices start at a very reasonable $75. With several of the platforms, there is a 4-week guarantee or the process is free. This does not extend to all platforms or options.

Options in firearm platforms and optics can be reviewed at: https://chpws.com/product-category/slide-milling/

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

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