New optics for a classic HK? Wright Armory makes it possible


Eve Flanigan 01.13.22

Wright Armory of Mesa, Arizona recently announced that after months of R&D they had developed a design and process for a universal optical mounting system for the Heckler & Koch P2000, P30 and HK45 pistols. They call it the i-DOT (interchangeable point) system.

Now, owners of these classic double / single action shooter games don’t have to do without the latest accessory. I-DOT processing includes internal slide milling and mounting plate for the user’s choice of a Trijicon RMR, Aimpoint ACRO, Holosun 509T, Holosun 507k or other sight compatible with any of these “footprints. “optical. All mounting screws are included, as is the actual mounting and the user’s optics sight, if desired. The job also involves installing a black iron rear sight and a black Cerakote on the slide after milling. Users will appreciate a co-witness lower third of the new rear sight and the existing front sight. It is necessary to send the slide and all of its contents, including the barrel and return spring / guide rod (not the entire gun) to the magazine.


Wright Armory even promises that owners can watch their own gun or gun parts undergo an armory through the company’s streaming service. Now it’s really different!

The turnaround time for this treatment is six to eight weeks. The standard price is $ 450; however, Wright Armory is offering a $ 50 rebate for orders received before the close of business on January 21, 2022. Suppressor height sights are optional at an additional cost. Prepayment in full is required. Return costs will be billed at the time of shipment. Orders must be submitted using the Company’s Armory Order page.

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Wright Armory made armory history in 2021 by becoming the exclusive supplier of NP3 and NP3 + component coatings to the retail market, after the sole source of this treatment, Robar, ceased to sell. NP3 products for retail sale. The NP3 has been rightly popular for use in firearms due to its exceptional corrosion resistance and an extraordinary satin finish that looks attractive while being resistant to carbon build-up, remaining durable and easy to clean. The company’s website maintains an outstanding educational guide on the qualities of the most popular finish treatments for steel components in firearms.


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