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PC Carbine....now in .40 S&W.

TugarTugar Senior MemberPosts: 2,222 Senior Member
That is all. Not sure about the funky handguard. Would love to see one with a similar sliding stock to the old M1 carbine stocks. Not a fan of the folders. 


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  • BigslugBigslug Senior Member Posts: 8,262 Senior Member
    I like the M-lock handguard - a bit more room to put your hands, and more choices for what and where with your stuff.  Plus, it gives the gun a bit of an MP-18 / PPSH-41 look.

    I'm interested to see how they manage to do with the gun in .40 at this late introduction date, what with so many L.E. agencies dropping the round - if there's even much L.E. call for a pistol caliber carbine in this age of AR-15 ubiquity.  .40 was never as popular in civilian hands as LE.  Still, a lotta Glocks and a lotta Glock mags out there - wonder how sustainable it will be.
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  • mitdr774mitdr774 Member Posts: 1,445 Senior Member
    If only they would make it in .40 Long.
  • SpkSpk Senior Member Posts: 3,969 Senior Member
    mitdr774 said:
    If only they would make it in .40 Long.
    No such thing as a .40 Long. How absurd! What could one do with such a thing anyway?

    Oh the tripe...
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  • ilove22silove22s Senior Member Posts: 1,393 Senior Member
    i got one of the PC9 with the ghost sites when they first came out.

    its an ok shooter.  But what was nice was that i had found a used P85 before that, so it was just a plus

    I think they also had a 40 back then too.  Not much interest in them back then since the AR craze happened. 
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  • shootbrownelkshootbrownelk Senior Member Posts: 2,035 Senior Member
    What, no .45 acp.? WTH?  makes more sense than one in .40.  
  • Diver43Diver43 Senior Member Posts: 10,922 Senior Member
    I don't know, I know of a few people that have a .40sw for their bump in the night gun. A carbine in the same caliber might be a nice addition.   LGS owners son recently shot a pretty good size with on in .40, so they have their uses.
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