What’s up everyone? Welcome to break down Wednesdays. We got the Ruger PC Carbine 9mm.
We’re going to change it up just a little bit for breakdown Wednesdays. We’re going to show you the breakdown of the pc carbine, and we’re going to go over some features. All the cool stuff about it. Let’s go ahead and talk about this bad boy.
The first thing that is cool about the gun is it works with all the Ruger and Glock magazines, so all the Sr series pistols with Ruger and the security nine will all work, and then all the Glock mags will work in here too.
The takedown is super easy. All you do is push up on the knob located before the mag chamber, give it a little twist, and it comes apart.
This is a breakdown rifle, just like Ruger’s 10/22 breakdowns but this is nine millimeter. Giving this a little bit more punch if you know what a mean.
This bad boy comes with the ghost ring sites. This gives you a fast acquisition. You do have a soft rubber butt pad. Comfortable, really like that.
This whole thing is glass-filled nylon synthetic stock, it’s super light, and they also have sling attachments as well.
You also have a Picatinny rail up top so you can put on your lights, lasers, chainsaws, grenade launchers, whatever you want, you know.
We have a cold hammer forged barrel. The barrel is also fluted and threaded for a suppressor, and that’s going to be ½ by 28 fits all nine-millimeter suppressors that we can throw on there.
So let me take this gun apart for you guys and show you how to interchange the MAG. What you get is mag adapter, super easy to do.
So if you want to shoot Glock magazine, all you have to do is pop the magazine adapter out and pop the other on back in.
To switch this so you can accept Glock mags, all you have to do is make sure the gun’s empty first, then break it down, flip your little breakdown switch up, give a little twist, pull out, you don’t need the barrel anymore. Grab the Allen wrench that comes with your the Ruger and take out the two screws.
Once you get that last screw out, you’re just going to pull apart on the gun. Everything pops out. All your going to need is your stock. Inside of the stock is your adapter for the Ruger mags.
All you do to pop that out is hit your magazine release. Press that in and pull the adapter out and switch to the Glock mags adapter.
Once the adapter is in go ahead and reassemble the gun back together and your good to go.