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Thread: Ruger PC Carbines 9mm Non-Restricted In Stock!

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    Ruger PC Carbines 9mm Non-Restricted In Stock!

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    Not a PC9. That rifle is the Ruger PCC. Kind of sad when a dealer doesn't know what they're selling.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Yycbulletsandbrass View Post
    Not a PC9. That rifle is the Ruger PCC. Kind of sad when a dealer doesn't know what they're selling.

    Hahahahah. Was wondering how long you would take.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MustangFrank View Post
    Hahahahah. Was wondering how long you would take.
    Heís on it like a fat kid on a chocolate bar

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    I enjoy my new PC9. Great rifle

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    Quote Originally Posted by pc9 View Post
    Heís on it like a fat kid on a chocolate bar


    It's like a life mission for him
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    Reloaders just want their ammo to go bang, Handloaders want all their rounds through the same hole.

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    Can someone post a picture of the actual Canadian NR model: How does it look with its 18.5 barrel and more importantly how accurate is the conversion?

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    Quote Originally Posted by AlanS View Post
    Can someone post a picture of the actual Canadian NR model: How does it look with its 18.5 barrel and more importantly how accurate is the conversion?
    In terms of does the barrel look like a Ruger barrel? - yes. It looks identical in every way, dispite rumors that it was produced under contract. It’s got the same lettering, Ruger rollmark, profile, front sight, etc.

    Shooting accuracy is something I can’t speak to, my range is 25 meters and it was shooting clovers. So I don’t know what it’ll do beyond that. It was reliable.

    Length - pictures have been posted by more tech savvy folks then me. It doesn’t look like Pinocchio like some NR do. Also, the receiver is still longer, taken down, then the barrel and fronts handguard.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JeffMan View Post
    In terms of does the barrel look like a Ruger barrel? - yes. It looks identical in every way, dispite rumors that it was produced under contract. Itís got the same lettering, Ruger rollmark, profile, front sight, etc.

    Shooting accuracy is something I canít speak to, my range is 25 meters and it was shooting clovers. So I donít know what itíll do beyond that. It was reliable.

    Length - pictures have been posted by more tech savvy folks then me. It doesnít look like Pinocchio like some NR do. Also, the receiver is still longer, taken down, then the barrel and fronts handguard.
    Thank you. Does the 18.6 make it front heavy?

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    I didn't find it front heavy. I like how it comes up on your shoulder. For me the sites are right there nicely aligned and very quick to aim. I will take some pictures of the gun tomorrow and post them here.

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