Dressing up the Ruger PC9 for a day at the range (VIDEO)

Taran Butler got his hands on one of Ruger’s new PC9 pistol caliber carbines and tweaked it just a bit in Taran Tactical fashion, then uses it to ring some steel.

Using a Trijicon MRO Patrol, Butler stokes the 9mm carbine he calls “a fun little gun” with a Glock 33-rounder using one of TT’s PCC +5 base pads with a power spring. A Taran Tactical QCB brake/compensator completes the easy upgrade, and Butler says they will probably offer trigger jobs on the compact rifle as well.

Watch the muzzle when he shoots to get a feel for just how flat the PC9 is.

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