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This is a discussion on PC 9 Problems within the Ruger Semi-Auto forums, part of the Rifle & Shotgun Forum category; Originally Posted by FyrFytr998 Anybody who doesn't put at least the MCarbo extractor arm on their PC is just playing a waiting game until they ...


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Old March 15th, 2020, 06:32 PM   #16
 
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Anybody who doesn't put at least the MCarbo extractor arm on their PC is just playing a waiting game until they visit Stovepipe City. It's the best part you could buy for the rifle.

I also suggested to Chris the owner that he look into developing a tool steel ejector arm for the mag wells. He said he'd look into it.

All his videos showcase how easy it is to disassemble the rifle down to it's bits and pieces. I really can't say enough good about the company.

MY PCC is sitting pretty right now. About the only thing I have on the agenda for it further is the Magpul stock in the fall. All my current attention is going into my first AR build.
Could you post a link for this part?



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Could you post a link for this part?
Here's their link for all their products for the PC Carbine. I'd start with the exact edge extractor and the bolt pin set.

https://www.mcarbo.com/ruger-pc-carb...cessories.aspx
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[quote=FyrFytr998;4492653]Here's their link for all their products for the PC Carbine. I'd start with the exact edge extractor and the bolt pin set.

Probably got ahead of myself, I ordered the Extractor and the shock buffer. Bolt head pins are the next recommended buy?
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Here's their link for all their products for the PC Carbine. I'd start with the exact edge extractor and the bolt pin set.

Probably got ahead of myself, I ordered the Extractor and the shock buffer. Bolt head pins are the next recommended buy?
If you watch his video on them, as well as look at yours. Depending on how many rounds you've put through it. The factory pins definitely start to show some wear and indentations. The pins he sells are an upgraded steel.

Are they an absolute requirement? By all means no. It's just an "if you want to" kind of upgrade.
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