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Old October 9th, 2019, 12:54 PM   #16
 
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I like the configuration but I really prefer to have some iron sights on something like this. I hate to have to depend only on something that runs on batteries.



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Old October 10th, 2019, 01:01 PM   #17
 
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I like the configuration but I really prefer to have some iron sights on something like this. I hate to have to depend only on something that runs on batteries.
i agree. you could always put a piece of pic rail on the front of the rail and run a some standard ar15 iron sights.
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To each his own. If they came out with a wood furniture version it would get my attention. Especially in .45ACP.
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Iíve always thought NOT being like an AR was a favorable aspect of the Ruger PC Carbines. Oh well.
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......looks like an ar15 clone. I have the original Police Carbine, has the traditional look that a rifle should.
I agree with all of these quotes. Seems like Ruger is trying to make it more AR like all the time. Like mrmike7189, the traditional Police Carbine has a more appealing look to me; especially with it's more compact magwell. Funny thing, all three of these quotes are from guys I think would really like Ruger's Mini better . . . . as I do. Just sayin . . . .
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Thumbs up you are correct!

Yes CO Steve.... I have a Mini 14 as well in my collection!

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Why canít you buy the 19126?
In California, the pistol grip and detachable mag trigger the "assault weapon" laws. The models without the pistol grip are still good-to-go here.
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Seeing as how Colt has suspended sales of AR's, I think it's a smart financial move on Ruger's part.
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Old October 12th, 2019, 06:17 AM   #22
 
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How about a combo screw-on front sight x muzzle brake? Lol Another mod for MCARBO!

When will Ruger come out with a Stains ”less” Steel model?..and which one will it be?

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They have one in 40 S&W now, so maybe by next yr they'll have it in 45ACP.
This request and a similar one for a 10 mm version keeps coming up. Not going to happen. The .40 S&W chambering was pretty much a drop-in fit to the current receiver. A .45 ACP or 10 mm chambering would require a complete redesign due to their larger size.
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22 Plinkster got his hands on one...looks fun.

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Anyone know if the barrel mount pic rail (that fits factory aluminum handguard) can be ordered separately from Ruger ?

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Will definitely please the AR crowd.
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Anyone know if the barrel mount pic rail (that fits factory aluminum handguard) can be ordered separately from Ruger ?

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Contact Taccom and ask them if theirs will fit the slot:

https://taccom3g.com/product/ruger-p...c-sight-mount/
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Contact Taccom and ask them if theirs will fit the slot:

https://taccom3g.com/product/ruger-p...c-sight-mount/
Taccom replied and stated their picatinny rear sight mount wouldn't fit Ruger factory aluminum hardguard.

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Old October 20th, 2019, 12:14 PM   #29
 
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Found another review on the new chassis model:

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Not too excited about this chassis version of the PCC. But what is taking Magpul so long?! been waiting for the Backpacker stock since the PCC first came out.
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