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If you find a non MOS model at a good price, I would snag it and send to C&H Precision and have it milled.  I have a G45 MOS and just got a G19 back from C&H and much prefer the milled slide.  It is a perfect match to my RMR with very tight tolerances.  The MOS is a an OK system and the price difference between the two option is about zero.  
 

Good luck with whatever option you pick!  Red dot life is awesome.  

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