Last week B&T USA quietly announced a couple of new products to their innovative APC9 lineup with the APC9 Limited Series. The two new Limited Series models will be based on the APC9 Pro but will only be available as SBRs, so you’re going to need to get that stamp if you want to experience the upgrades here like the newly developed MBT folding and telescoping stock and recontoured M-LOK compatible forends. 

A closeup of the new aluminum lower receiver, flared magwell, and Elftmann Tactical trigger. (Photo: B&T)

There will be two variants, with both a 6.9-inch barrel and an 8.9-inch barrel, while both barrels keep the tri-lug attachment system that is compatible with B&T’s line of RBS9 tri-lug suppressors. The company is very excited about the upgrades that the Limited Series offers.

“The heart of the new APC9 Limited guns is our new fully ambidextrous aluminum lower receiver featuring a highly functional flared magazine well similar in size and shape to our popular jet-funnel accessory yet formed directly into the receiver,” said Chris Mudgett, vice president of marketing at B&T USA. “We hit the sweet spot with the 8.9-inch variant with its longer slick forend and MBT stock; this combination makes for an extremely fast-handling, lightweight, ergonomic platform whose fit can be so dialed in, it feels like a natural extension.”

The recontoured M-LOK compatible forend is an upgrade to form and function without losing the heart of the APC9 design. (Photo: B&T)

The stock in particular is an exciting development as it features a three-position adjustable cheek riser and length-of-pull adjustments, allowing the end user to really dial in their preferred position for comfortable and accurate shooting. An Elftmann Tactical trigger system rounds out this impressive upgrade to an already sought after PDW.

Of course, for those who don’t want to pay for the stamp, the APC9 Pro still offers a lot of really great benefits in an impressively small package. 

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