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This is a discussion on Beretta adaptor for PCC carbine within the Ruger Semi-Auto forums, part of the Rifle & Shotgun Forum category; In Nj we have a new 10 round mag limit so what ever mag is okay unless I had a ton of 10 round glock ...


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Old March 3rd, 2019, 05:23 PM   #16
 
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In Nj we have a new 10 round mag limit so what ever mag is okay unless I had a ton of 10 round glock mags.



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Old March 3rd, 2019, 08:25 PM   #17
 
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I don't know how much room Ruger has in the magazine well to move the magazine retention lugs up, down or to the side to match the magazine catch slots in the various magazines you all want to use.
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I think Ruger picked Glock magazines because there is no official Glock carbine. It's a huge market with millions of Glock/glockmags out there. Beretta already had a factory carbine. I dont see Ruger making a Beretta mag well adapter....sorry.
I think a Ruger P series adapter will be next in production?
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I think a Ruger P series adapter will be next in production?
I'd be surprised if they do. The P-series was never that popular and has been out of production for a long time, so long that Ruger doesn't even support them anymore. The poor market reception of the original PC9, etc. was probably in part because they only took P-series magazines and very few LE departments used them.

Supplying the PC Carbine with an SR-series and offering an American series magazine well was an obvious necessity but the Glock magazine well is where the real attraction is.
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Supplying the PC Carbine with an SR-series and offering an American series magazine well was an obvious necessity but the Glock magazine well is where the real attraction is.

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the P-series was still produced in this millenium

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I'd be surprised if they do. The P-series was never that popular and has been out of production for a long time, so long that Ruger doesn't even support them anymore. The poor market reception of the original PC9, etc. was probably in part because they only took P-series magazines and very few LE departments used them.

Supplying the PC Carbine with an SR-series and offering an American series magazine well was an obvious necessity but the Glock magazine well is where the real attraction is.
Ruger still has parts for and will repair P series pistols. (had mine there last year) In fact the P-series was still produced in this millenium. The P94 until 2004, the P95 until 2005, and the P345 until 2006. They are tanks and will last forever, there are alot of them out there.
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I read some ware that all you have to do is drill a 3/16 hole in the side of the mag and the ruger insert will work
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I read some ware that all you have to do is drill a 3/16 hole in the side of the mag and the ruger insert will work
with Beretta 92, S&W M&P, Sig P320, Sig P226, CZ 75 and the older P series Rugers
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Magazine mod to make 92 mags work

I know this thread hasn't been active in a while, but posting for others like me that are late to the game, but I found that if you have Mec-Gar 92FS mags you can mod them to work with the SR 9 mag-well. If you look on the front of the Mec-Gar mags there is a small hole towards the top. If you take a 1/8 drill bit and make the hole elongated (up and down), it does not need a lot removed towards the bottom of the hole. I just moved the bit up and down and in and out a few times Less is better just check after each time so you don't remove to much, even though it is only cosmetic changes. it will lock into the SR 9 mag well, and still works in my Beretta. I have not fired my PC 9 this way yet, but it locks in, drops free, and everything cycles properly by hand. I did notice that the bolt DID NOT lock to the rear after last round. When the weather improves here in central IL, I will do a fire test.
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Brownell's has inserts for Glock magazines, but not for Berettas:
https://www.brownells.com/rifle-part...rod114123.aspx
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Brownell's has inserts for Glock magazines, but not for Berettas:
https://www.brownells.com/rifle-part...rod114123.aspx
That Glock magazine insert is just a Ruger factory part and one comes with every Ruger PC Carbine along with the Ruger SR magazine insert. The only aftermarket part is the Ruger American magazine insert and Ruger sells it directly also.

After a couple of years in production and no other magazine inserts, either factory or by an outside supplier, it's safe to assume no one thinks the market is big enough to support any others.
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Seems many want various adapters. I've heard other desire M&P adapters as well as various Sig mags.

Glock works for me though Beretta would be great as well.
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I did the M&P magazine 'adjustment' to one mag and it worked fine. I have enough Ruger mags and I just wanted to see if it worked. It still worked in my M&P.
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Instead of new mag inserts, Ruger still needs to fix some inherent weaknesses with it's Glock mag adaptor.. like the stamped on piece of metal that functions as ejector, which can be easily bent unintentionally

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Instead of new mag inserts, Ruger still needs to fix some inherent weaknesses with it's Glock mag adaptor.. like the stamped on piece of metal that functions as ejector, which can be easily bent unintentionally

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Send a suggestion to MCarbo like I did. The owner is interested in suggestions from customers for parts upgrades. He already developed a cnc cut ejector out of hardened tool steel.

Maybe if he gets enough requests he'll look into a better steel ejector arm.
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