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Ruger PC Carbine 9mm Carbine

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--- Quote from: NWPilgrim on January 11, 2018, 05:26:21 AM ---Yeah, I'm not crying for someone with a BAR, my friend!   ;D  The Marlins are merchandise but some like the BAR are legends and history.  I was just getting one of my Garands ready for the next range trip and admiring the pure classic utility and beauty of a WWII weapon.

Anyway, you got me thinking about a Ruger Carbine now.  Sounds useful and fun.

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Yes,the BAR does set the bar a little high even with the M14's and M1's in the rack next to them . I wonder how many 'plastic' guns will become CLASSICS?

Patriot:Ex Machina:
I have been thoroughly impressed with mine, traded in my Kel-Tec Sub2K.
I immediately installed the Glock magazine adapter, and I have found that the Magpul 21 round Glock-pattern mags are the perfect length for this, added capacity but not terribly long hanging out the bottom of the carbine. I've been carrying it as a pack gun on a regular basis in a standard pack, but have been considering one of the Copper Basin Takedown Packs, for a more minimal "less tactical" look.
Perfectly acceptable accuracy at the distances I have used it at, and no hiccups other than with some cheap Tula 9mm that I ran through it, and I don't make that a habit of using.
Lots of new accessories hitting the market for it too, stocks, trigger groups, etc.

Mr. Bill:
:excited:  OMG it's Patriot!  Hello!


--- Quote from: Patriot:Ex Machina on April 12, 2020, 11:52:17 AM ---I have been thoroughly impressed with mine, traded in my Kel-Tec Sub2K.

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wonder how good is weight and balance wise

Patriot:Ex Machina:

--- Quote from: Mr. Bill on April 12, 2020, 12:12:15 PM ---:excited:  OMG it's Patriot!  Hello!

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I thought I'd stick my head in the door, see how the old crew were doing.


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