I don't know why Ruger has made these so Fugly. Not sure why they just couldn't have designed it along the lines of the MINI which is a good looking gun. I have a Camp 9 which looks similar to a Mini and I bought that over the previous Ruger 9mm carbine because of looks and feel/balance. But, if it's not reliable what good is it.
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Looks like Parker Mountain Machine will possibly be the first to release an aftermarket handguard. Hopefully many more manufacturers to follow.
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While I applaud the attempt (and am happy to see signs of the aftermarket taking off for the PC Carbine), that thing doesn't offer much improvement in the aesthetics department, and it looks expensive. I'm really counting on Hogue to come out with a stock that is functional, looks good, and doesn't break the bank.
Choate makes a lot of different stocks for all of the other rugar semi auto rifles (10/22, mini 14,etc.). I'm willing to bet they'll come out with one for it. I shot a Marlin Camp 9 with one of their folding stocks on it and it was a really nice stock that pointed perfectly.
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