Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by kidneyboy, Nov 13, 2021.
Not an answer of course but a solution as I reload.
The PC9 had something of a reputation for weak ejectors. Is there a possibility the previous owner changed the ejector or spring or modified the ejector?
I see Ruger makes a brass catcher for it too. Will put that in the possible options.
It is pretty inexpensive and it easy to remove it you don't like it or don't think it helps.
Can you explain how this meliorates excessively strong ejection?
May be worth a try see if it changes the range of the brass
Sorry fired this one off before I had my first cup of coffee. I have an extractor, new recoil spring, and buffer to tame down the overall function of the gun. The extractor and spring have given me more consistent ejection pattern and the buffer helps with the slam at the end. Overall they have added up to a smooth shooter.
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