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  1. #11
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    Default Re: Ruger PC Charger 9mm - just picked it up

    Dang, I just ordered one from Kygunco.com for $649.99 (no tax and free shipping). Let me know how you like it. Will probably do the SB TF1913 triangle folder. Will have to check out that gun shop sometime!

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    Default Re: Ruger PC Charger 9mm - just picked it up

    ok so some upgrades on it now...

    tanker style oversized 9mm compensator
    troy cqb ode AR grip
    vortex spitfire etched reticle 'scope' 1x (solves the no sights issue)
    tailhook mod1 w buffer tube (need a 1913 to buffer adapter) - will most likely replace this with a TF1913 triangular brace

    pcmod1.jpg

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    Default Re: Ruger PC Charger 9mm - just picked it up

    My two buddies bought these last week. I was going to as well. Reconsidered and got a PSA 300blk. When I added the brace, optic and More mags I figured I'd be over a grand. With deals I got on optic I'm under 800. With pdw brace out we are within an in inch. We all three going for suppressors next week.

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    Default Re: Ruger PC Charger 9mm - just picked it up

    I looked at them, The scorpion, Zentih and HK M5P and found that a Glock 19 with a 31 round mag was just a potent and a smaller package,
    While I want the M5P or a direct clone as I too watch Lethal Weapon movies once a year,,, I so far has resisted the urge,
    But thats just me and my idiocy,

  5. #15
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    Default Re: Ruger PC Charger 9mm - just picked it up

    Quote Originally Posted by pred View Post
    I looked at them, The scorpion, Zentih and HK M5P and found that a Glock 19 with a 31 round mag was just a potent and a smaller package...
    add an endo tactical brace to that w/ rmr cut slide + red dot and then yes

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    Default Re: Ruger PC Charger 9mm - just picked it up

    Quote Originally Posted by bugout View Post
    add an endo tactical brace to that w/ rmr cut slide + red dot and then yes

    Have you seen these?
    99 bucks.

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    Default Re: Ruger PC Charger 9mm - just picked it up

    Quote Originally Posted by Emptymag View Post
    Have you seen these?
    99 bucks.

    that's interesting bc it looks like it might fit a poly80 build... the endo and other vendors do not yet... the only thing i dont like is the need to tighter screw w/ allen key, the end just slides into magwell hole and has a pin

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    Default Re: Ruger PC Charger 9mm - just picked it up

    It's not for me but if you enjoy it, I'm not gonna shit on it. I prefer AR controls; dropping mags with my trigger finger, engaging the safety with my thumb, and ambidextrous controls are ideal. My PCC was the boring one with the 16" barrel, straight stock, and polymer forend. For what it's worth, everyone who shot it liked it though so I think you'll have fun with yours.
    Hope this is not Chris's blood ...

  9. #19
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    Default Re: Ruger PC Charger 9mm - just picked it up

    I just picked up one of these chargers from tanners actually. Added a sig Romeo 5 and the sba4 brace. Instant tack driver... BUT, it also had 7 issues in the first 100 rounds. 5 stove pipes and 2 cases where the next round did not come in at the right angle to go in the chamber all the way. Possible break in issue, possible mag issue. I'm hoping for a the mag. One is a smoked 22 rounder. Forget the brand. The other was kci 33 rounder. Now I'm a big fan of the kci mags. I have 14 of them in 45 cal that all function flawlessly in a kids vector. Hoping to shoot it more this weekend and see what happens.

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    Default Re: Ruger PC Charger 9mm - just picked it up

    Quote Originally Posted by highrollerz2323 View Post
    I just picked up one of these chargers from tanners actually. Added a sig Romeo 5 and the sba4 brace. Instant tack driver... BUT, it also had 7 issues in the first 100 rounds. 5 stove pipes and 2 cases where the next round did not come in at the right angle to go in the chamber all the way. Possible break in issue, possible mag issue. I'm hoping for a the mag. One is a smoked 22 rounder. Forget the brand. The other was kci 33 rounder. Now I'm a big fan of the kci mags. I have 14 of them in 45 cal that all function flawlessly in a kids vector. Hoping to shoot it more this weekend and see what happens.
    I*m sorry but if you*re not using glock brand magazines I wouldn*t mention feeding issues.
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