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This is a discussion on Ruger PC Carbine Aftermarket Handguards within the Ruger Semi-Auto forums, part of the Rifle & Shotgun Forum category; Are there any options for handguards other than the Midwest one that’s like $160? I love the look of that one but it burns me ...


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Old March 22nd, 2020, 01:38 PM   #1
 
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Ruger PC Carbine Aftermarket Handguards

Are there any options for handguards other than the Midwest one that’s like $160? I love the look of that one but it burns me that I could have paid $130 for the American flag finish mod with the handguard. Just wondering if anyone makes a cheaper one that doesn’t look cheap or someone is selling one here. Thank you in advance.



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Thanks. I’m extremely interested. Love this rifle but needless to say the stock aesthetic is not for everyone.

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I've got a Midwest that I purchased when they first came out. I'm in an occupied state and decided to keep the PC low profile. It is just sitting in the box so I'll sell it to you for a song.

You can't Pm until you get a certain number of posts. Drop me a PM when you can if interested. It is not going anywhere.

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Thanks. Iím extremely interested. Love this rifle but needless to say the stock aesthetic is not for everyone.
I'm waiting on Fall 2020 for that Magpul Back Packer stock to drop!!
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The new Magpul setup is cool. Meanwhile, I really like that Midwest rail. It's some $$, but worth it. It's what I have.
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The new Magpul setup is cool. Meanwhile, I really like that Midwest rail. It's some $$, but worth it. It's what I have.
Yeah, they debuted their pistol grip Chassis just before Ruger did. Midwest makes some good product.
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i'm probably going to wind up selling both my Midwest industries hand guard and chassis (with stock and pistol grip) in preparation of the magpul stock. DM me if anyone is interested.
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I had no idea Magpul was making a backpacker stock for the PC carbine until I read this thread. I love the one I have on my 10/22 takedown and I will be waiting patiently for this to materialize. I had the carbine out this morning at the range, ringing steel at 100 yards, it never fails to impress me.
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