Anybody in here have any experience / suggestions AFA mounting a red dot on a SIG / GSG 1911-22LR? Been thinking 'bout playing with a red dot on a handgun just to see how I like it. I have a SIG 1911-22LR in FDE, and darn if I didn't run across one that I thought I'd like to copy, but the owner says about 2 weeks after mounting the Leupold red dot on the slide, the slide cracked. I assume because the slide is made of a zinc alloy to keep the weight down (and reduce cycling problems since it's a 22LR), I'm screwed AFA trying to mount on the slide? I'd considered buying another, identical pistol and building a poor man's race gun to shoot side by side with a stock gun jest fer fun / experience. I would post a pix, but don't know how the owner would feel about it, so here's a link to the gun that got my interest: http://www.cwaccessories.com/Photo-Gallery.html It's the next to last picture on the page labeled SIG with Leopold red dot, custom made mount, long black base pad. I guess I'll start looking at frame mounted red dot bases, but I sure did want to keep it clean by sticking with a slide mounted red dot. If I can't mount it on the slide, I may just have to can that idea? Talked to the shop today - they said they'd probably not Cerakote the magazines - figured they'd get scratched up in a hurry. Looks like he's Cerakoted the compensator, grip safety, backstrap, magwell, magazines, and base pads. The Wilson grips sure seem to have a brownish tint in the picture (which I like), but he says they're black - apparently just look brown due to the lighting. At's a shame, as I like the brown tint on the grips on the FDE gun. Any suggestions / experience appreciated!