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Old March 20th, 2020, 09:56 PM   #31
 
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I posted elsewhere just now hadanyone seen any of hese. I listened to a you tube review and it stated the gun was as heavy with an armbrace and optic as is a pc 9 carbine. Suppressors are illegal in nj so that akes away part of the reason to own one.



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Old March 21st, 2020, 05:57 AM   #32
 
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I doubt you'll see it. It's just not possible to do with the current design.
Exactly. The only reason there is a .40 is because Ruger only has to switch out the bolt head.

A .45/10mm will require A bigger receiver, bolt combo. Which probably means a bigger stock as well.

As much as Ruger is trying to deliver for the customer. I think they still want to keep things as streamlined as possible. And for whatever reason, they decided the 5.7 cartridge was the next thing to visit. So I would expect a 5.7 carbine in the future before .45/10mm.
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Exactly. The only reason there is a .40 is because Ruger only has to switch out the bolt head.

A .45/10mm will require A bigger receiver, bolt combo. Which probably means a bigger stock as well.

As much as Ruger is trying to deliver for the customer. I think they still want to keep things as streamlined as possible. And for whatever reason, they decided the 5.7 cartridge was the next thing to visit. So I would expect a 5.7 carbine in the future before .45/10mm.
If they come out with a 5.7 carbine I doubt it will even look like the PCC.
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Can you buy the barrel separate and just attach it to a ruger pc carbine or would that be illegal because some sbr regulations or something?
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Can you buy the barrel separate and just attach it to a ruger pc carbine or would that be illegal because some sbr regulations or something?
1) Good luck buying a separate barrel. Ruger only sells the ones that come with the gun, and no one makes aftermarket ones........yet.

2) If you put the barrel of a pistol on a designated rifle without a tax stamp you are breaking the law.
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Placing the barrel on a regular PCC would require you to pay a $200 tithe to the King and wait for his benevolent approval.

Once a rifle always a rifle.

However, one could put the barrel from the PCC on to the Charger (in some states) and be fine.
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Can you buy the barrel separate and just attach it to a ruger pc carbine or would that be illegal because some sbr regulations or something?
yeah i actually contacted Ruger about buying the front half separate, i was looking to get the 16in mlok version and they said they do not sell barrel separate.
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Has anyone seen one of these in the wild yet?
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Has anyone seen one of these in the wild yet?
Around me "the wild" is shut down for the foreseeable future.
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Around me "the wild" is shut down for the foreseeable future.
Only ones Iíve seen are YouTube videos. Saw a post the GB had some listed for ove $950.00.
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The year 1902. A new cartridge is introduced for hand guns/pistols. 2019, Lets take that pistol cartridge and make a rifle that shoots it. 2020, lets modify our rifle into a pistol that shoots that pistol cartridge we are shooting in our rifle. Don't we already have a line of pistols that use that cartridge?
Yep, I am old.
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The year 1902. A new cartridge is introduced for hand guns/pistols. 2019, Lets take that pistol cartridge and make a rifle that shoots it. 2020, lets modify our rifle into a pistol that shoots that pistol cartridge we are shooting in our rifle. Don't we already have a line of pistols that use that cartridge?
Yep, I am old.
Seriously, what did this add to the conversation? If you don't like the idea that's find. There's no reason to **** in the thread though.
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https://www.wikiarms.com/guns?q=Ruger+PC+Charger

They seem to exist for $800-$1000 each.

I am not at all interested at those prices.
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