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Get out your credit card boys. Leaked photos of a new Ruger takedown 9mm carbine that can accept a Glock magazine well and/or a Ruger magazine well (it appears) VERY interested!





"The Ruger PC Carbine (hey, at least the name's not gonna confuse anybody) is a "traditional" body style carbine it's a non-AR, non-modular setup that looks more like a 10/22 on performance-enhancing drugs.

Speaking of overlap between the PC Carbine and 10/22, the trigger in the PC Carbine is comprised of 80% 10/22 parts which means if you happen to get a PC Carbine and happen to also get some really good quality 10/22 trigger components, you may magically wind up with a PC Carbine that has an awesome bang switch.

Out of the box, the PC Carbine is configured to accept magazines from Ruger's newest pistol, the Security 9. But plug-and-play mag wells are available for both Ruger SR9 magazines and Glock 9mm magazines. This latter option is going to make the PC Carbine accessible to wide swaths of the existing PCC market who would otherwise have had to commit to proprietary magazines.

In the style of their Scout Rifle, both front and rear iron sights are on the barrel, with a length of Picatinny rail on the receiver. Said sights are also our chief gripe with the PC Carbine, as the rear sight must be loosened with an Allen wrench, moved along a slide, then re-tightened in order to zero. We'd have liked to have seen a click-based adjustment system but since throwing a red dot on top is just too easy, it will likely not be a concern for most. The charging handle is also easily swappable, whether you're a southpaw or whether you fancy running your PC Carbine more like an AK or more like an FAL."


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Want!!!! I hope they are priced around the 10/22 range and not the current price of the old PC Carbines. I've been eyeballin' the PC 40 for a while but the inflated pricing has held me back.




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Nothing on their website yet. That would sell like hotcakes!




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They need to make it look cheaper.
 
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I’ll grab one when Magpul drops a stock for it.


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They need to make it look cheaper.


It does have a rather "Kel-tec" look about it.




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No derogatory words from me, just glad Ruger offers this.
I just put a 327 Federal Magnum SP101 on layaway, I guess when this is available, will get one of these.
I will be interested.

Wish it was multi caliber , however.
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This place is killing me! Another must have! Big Grin


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They need to make it look cheaper.


It does have a rather "Kel-tec" look about it.


I’d rather buy the Kel-Tec lol. If this thing had wood instead of synthetic I think it would help for me.


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At least they threaded the barrel.....Amazing how this becomes a focus now that they are in the suppressor business...

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Well, it's uglier than stink but somehow I still want one.



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Wonder if the stock can hold some extra mags...
 
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Done the whole PCC thing. I had a Marlin Camp 45 (filthiest gun I ever shot) and a Ruger PC4. The latter was built like a tank, but weighted the part.

Why won't Ruger make a Ruger 10mm carbine, or a caliber that, you know, actually gains a LOT from the increased barrel length? I believe the answer is the straight blow-back design requires an increasingly massive bolt and receiver, hence the weight.
 
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Done the whole PCC thing. I had a Marlin Camp 45 (filthiest gun I ever shot) and a Ruger PC4. The latter was built like a tank, but weighted the part.

Why won't Ruger make a Ruger 10mm carbine, or a caliber that, you know, actually gains a LOT from the increased barrel length? I believe the answer is the straight blow-back design requires an increasingly massive bolt and receiver, hence the weight.


While we're dreaming it isn't reinventing the wheel for them. The original Ruger .44 mag. carbine was gas operated, so a gas operated 10mm carbine about this size that took Glock 20 mags would make me moist/randy/tingly etc.


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They need to make it look cheaper.


It does have a rather "Kel-tec" look about it.


Seems to be for those that drink their own urine.


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