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Thread: Ruger PC9 Take Down 9mm Carbine

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    Member grand778's Avatar
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    Yes! Get them in non-resstricted! Looks like a fun plinker as is! Chamber it in .45acp and they'll have a great brush gun for whitetails too. Makes me wish they still made the 96 in .44mag as well!

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    I'm in too. Non-restricted I'd buy it tomorrow!

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    I have zero interest for a restricted, but very interested in NR.

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    Looks like we made that much noise, Ruger has said they are now looking at a non restricted version for north of the border.

    Either way, it works as IRG usually has good prices.

    P.

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    I'm in for one, I have a JR carbine and would rather have the Ruger

    Quote Originally Posted by IRUNGUNS View Post
    We have them coming in this month along with the Ruger Precision in 22LR although we are sure how many we will receive right out of the gate. Ruger at this point has no future plans to build a 18.5+ barrel for the 9MM carbine rifle although we do depending on how many we sell.

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    Quote Originally Posted by OCanada View Post
    Looks like we made that much noise, Ruger has said they are now looking at a non restricted version for north of the border.

    Either way, it works as IRG usually has good prices.

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    Do you have a link?

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    I think all the people who think it's "Fugly" will come around quickly if these come in around $850, specially when the 10mm option comes out.....
    Grand Slam for Ruger.
    Our Government trusts rivets more then law abiding gun owners.

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    Non-restricted in 10mm, please.
    CCFR, CSSA, NFA

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    Quote Originally Posted by pc9 View Post
    Do you have a link?
    https://www.canadiangunnutz.com/foru...r-PC9-Canadian

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    " Future plans call for an optic plate that would replace the rear sight assembly to allow mounting of a reflex sight directly to the barrel."

    w ww.americanrifleman.org/articles/2018/1/2/tested-ruger-s-pc-carbine-and-security-9-pistol

    Quote Originally Posted by Dexter Morgan View Post
    Looks like fun.

    But the picatinny rail should be on the front portion, not the receiver.

    I have a Ruger 10/22 takedown rifle. Love the gun.

    But I could not get a red-dot to hold zero while mounted on the receiver.
    The point of impact would change considerably, just depending on how you held the forend with your left hand.

    I found an optics mount for the barrel portion (made byTapco) and now the rifle is perfect.
    It holds zero 100%.
    I have a serious phobia of being alone.
    I take solace in military tactics because they emphasize teamwork and working with others.

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