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Testing of pistol caliber carbines #7496426 04/25/19 02:05 PM
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https://www.gun-tests.com/issues/31_4/features/9mm-Rifles-from-Beretta-Just-Right-Carbines-and-Ruger-26987-1.html?ET=guntests:e1637:1614334a:&st=email&s=p_wss042519#.XMG9yvZFzIU

Re: Testing of pistol caliber carbines [Re: mikei] #7496428 04/25/19 02:06 PM
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I had a JRC for awhile. It ran well.


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Re: Testing of pistol caliber carbines [Re: mikei] #7496438 04/25/19 02:13 PM
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I prefer my CZ Scorpion, even though it costs considerably more than those.
Iím waiting on the Extar EP10 to be released.

Re: Testing of pistol caliber carbines [Re: mikei] #7496454 04/25/19 02:28 PM
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I was in the market for a pistol carbine - did consider the 3 listed above


I settled for a Kriss Vector in .45, uses Glock 20 magazine,,,,, it's completely different from the carbines available

it has almost no flip due to it's cycling mechanism

Pro: very little recoil and flip
fast target acquisition, nice sights, functional , practical as a truck varmint patrol

Con: over $1200

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I've owned the Beretta, JRC, and original Ruger PC, but I settled on these:

8" (shown with silencer)
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10.5"
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Just bought a new ruger PC very excited to shoot it


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I love my Wilson Combat 9, Glock mag compatible, utterly reliable and very accurate.
came with a Shockwave which got replaced by the Tailhook 2 adjustable

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