Catalyst Arms introduces Hardpoint Accessory Mounting System for Ruger PC Carbine

10/2/18 6:30 AM | by

The Hardpoint Accessory Mounting System is designed for use with the Ruger PC Carbine. (Photo: Catalyst Arms)

Catalyst Arms announces the new Hardpoint Accessory Mounting System for Ruger’s PC Carbine.

The Hardpoint Accessory Mounting System utilizes a fore-end rail extension with front and rear push button QD sling mounts. The system allows Ruger PC Carbine owners to attach multiple accessories in addition to using push button QD slings.

The Hardpoint Accessory Mounting System attaches to the Ruger’s forend Picatinny rail and offers three total M-LOK slots at the three-, six- and nine-o’clock positions. The system also features an ambidextrous push button QD sling mounting point.

The system uses a forend rail extension with front and rear push button QD sling mounts. (Photo: Catalyst Arms)

“The slots are located for greater accessory clearance than the factory rail. This gives Ruger PC Carbine owners more options for the size and type of light that will fit, as well as the option of mounting more than one accessory at a time without interfering with the sling,” Catalyst Arms said in a news release.

The Hardpoint Accessory Mounting System includes a buttstock length-of-pull spacer with an integral push button QD sling mount as well. Constructed of 6061-T6 aluminum and finished with hard coat anodized black. The lightweight system is easy to install, according to Catalyst who says the system Hardpoint system installs without any modification to the Ruger PC Carbine.

The Hardpoint Accessory Mounting System is available from Catalyst Arms with an MSRP of $89.95.

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