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What can for the Ruger pc carbine?

Discussion in 'NFA Firearms and Accessories' started by horsemen61, Jan 11, 2018.

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Integral or screw on?

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  2. Screw on

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  1. horsemen61

    horsemen61 Member

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    Ok guys if you were going to suppress a 9mm blow back Rifle aka the new Ruger PC 9mm would you A) do an integral B) a screw on can which and why and how would you go about doing it ie who would you hire/what would you buy?
     
  2. Havok7416
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    I have a similar thread. My answer is screw-on, but I'd rather have the flexibility for modularity and I don't like chopping guns.

    I have no idea yet what I would buy but I have seen a few very neat options. Probably something that indexes so standard height sights can be used.
     
  3. MachIVshooter

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    If you do integral, you can keep the rifle short without a another stamp, and port the barrel to reduce velocity so that a wider range of ammo will be subsonic. Virtually any subsonic ammo won't be through a 16" barrel, making it a handloading proposition if you truly want subs. But for most people, losing the ability to move your investment around isn't very appealing. In my experience, most folks don't play with integrally suppressed stuff until they've been in the game awhile and own several other cans.
     
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