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This is a discussion on PC9 Carbine Brass Catcher within the Ruger Semi-Auto forums, part of the Rifle & Shotgun Forum category; Two quick questions: 1. How well does the Ruger brass catcher work? 2. Other than the Ruger one, anyone have and use a different brand ...


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Old November 21st, 2019, 01:53 PM   #1
 
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PC9 Carbine Brass Catcher

Two quick questions:

1. How well does the Ruger brass catcher work?

2. Other than the Ruger one, anyone have and use a different brand that they like/prefer? Please only respond if you have used it with the PC9.

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Old November 21st, 2019, 03:25 PM   #2
 
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Check this site, the make a variety of brass catchers, they do make one for a Ruger, not sure if it's for a PC9 though.

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PC9 Carbine Brass Catcher

I recently put on a GloryFire pic rail brass catcher. Works well for me.
Only drawback I can see is I added a high mount red dot so I could also use the factory sights and the mount for the brass catcher interferes with that. Also adding the mount for the brass catcher meant I had to mount the red dot to the back of the rail which works for me, but may not be your preference.

This is a pic before I put the high mount red dot on. The catcher itself slides on and off the catcher mount easily but holds its position well.
Also I prefer the bolt handle on the right so this means I have to close it before putting on the catcher. Could be easily remedied by switching the handle to the other side.




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I have a brass catcher on my AR9 and it works great. Without it the AR spits brass 30 feet. I won't shoot that gun at the range without one.
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