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Thread: Thinking about the Ruger PC 9 Carbine

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bawanna View Post
    Wow I didn't figure it would weigh any where near that. Looks good though. Should be great fun and a useful tool.
    The tungsten block (see arrow in diagram) is an added weight to make The blowback action recoil softer.
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    Anyone here have a KelTec Sub-2000? Only 4.25 pounds, assembles quickly, uses Glock or other magazines & can be 9mm or .40 S&W. I've been considering that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Himhawkeye View Post
    Anyone here have a KelTec Sub-2000? Only 4.25 pounds, assembles quickly, uses Glock or other magazines & can be 9mm or .40 S&W. I've been considering that.
    Yes, I enjoy it a lot.

    i want an M1 Carbine in .45ACP.
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    Yes; works great. 9mm Glock mags 33 round mag. folds nicely into soft brief case for road trips.
    Green Laser under barrel & Red Dot side mount were easily added.
    Red Dot mounted to side allows for use of aperture sight and for firearm to be completely folded.

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    I have thought about the Ruger PC. (Pre-Riot days). I can see many benefits to having a fast carbine for many reasons. However the only thing I hesitated on was the heavy weight. Ruger could have done so much better in this regard. I have a SR9C and about a dozen mags and this would work out in my favor. Why the weight? I have not shot a 9mm carbine, but have shot 9mm in a Midland shotgun 18"barrel with a Shortlane 8" adapter and there is virtually no recoil to speak of . That gun weighs 4 l/2 lbs. Not ruling out the Ruger in the Future. I think 40 cal would be my choice of . Why not give the carbine more power that is close to the 10mm with a longer barrel than a pistol. Just some thoughts.
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    Having tried both Iím going to get a Kel-Tex Sub2000 (gen2) if prices ever come back to earth. Not gonna try to rationalize it. Theyíre just a lot of fun.
    Rest in peace Muggsy

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    Quote Originally Posted by SlowBurn View Post
    Having tried both Iím going to get a Kel-Tex Sub2000 (gen2) if prices ever come back to earth. Not gonna try to rationalize it. Theyíre just a lot of fun.
    And now thereís this: https://www.keltecweapons.com/firear...s/sub2000-cqb/
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    I hope they make a Gen 3 with 16Ē barrel, using the rotating barrel latch so optics donít get in the way.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JohnR View Post
    Thatís it. Iím in
    Rest in peace Muggsy

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    Good luck finding one!
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