The Ruger PC Carbine is built to excel in a variety of roles, from plinking or competitions to home or personal defense.
Doug Koenig, World Champion Professional Shooter gives us the highlights of the new Ruger PC Carbine Chassis.
“We’ve had the PC Carbine out for several years now, we’ve introduced it in .40 and this year the PC Carbine Chassis is our new introduction. It has more of a competition look, an adjustable stock, and it looks a little more like an AR-style rifle. The floating handguard is cool looking and you have the opportunity to mount your optics in different places. It takes9mm, and you can change the bolt handle to either side since its ambidextrous. It’s just a super fun gun! In Pistol Caliber Carbine it’s really picking up that sport and its an awesome platform for it. You put a red dot on top and you go to work!”
“So it takes pistol magazines?”
“With our adapter, you can use Glock mags or our Ruger magazines. You can also get an extension for high cap mags, I’ve seen 40-round extensions also.”
“So tell me about the barrel screws.”
“You can take the barrel off, put it in a backpack, travel with it if you need to, and to keep it clean. [It’s] just an awesome platform, tons of fun to shoot. It also has a threaded barrel.”
“I highly recommend it! Everybody’s gotta have a PC Carbine.” – Doug Koenig
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