Its NOT Dryfire since there are some actions going on but its NOT Live Fire as well. Steorra Arms calls it “Moist Fire” and it sits in the middle of the two.
Do you think it is a SAFER option to practice at home? 🤔 Let me know what you think in the comments below.
I hope this helps ✌️🙂 🇵🇭
For a long time, Ive been searching for a Red Buffer tube that has a Sexy design but it doesn’t have to break my bank account because 1.) Im on a Budget 😉 and 2.) Ruger PC Carbine only uses the buffer tube as a holder of the buttstock (it DOESN’T use a buffer system to cycle like an AR15/AR9).
I finally found a Sexy Red buffer tube for my Ruger PC Carbine that is in the right price and the right weight for my need.Continue reading
Here is my new rifle bag that i like a lot! It has ample number of zippers and pouches that helps me in organizing my things for the range, my magazines, my water bottle as well as my spent brass casings. It was very well built and well thought-of design plus zipper is YKK so opening and closing the zippers are quick and easyContinue reading
This is a How-to video in installing the Big Button Safety replacement for Ruger 10/22 to a Ruger PC Carbine or PC Charger.
It includes disassembly and assembly of the Ruger PC Carbine Trigger Assembly so you are guided from start to finish.Continue reading
I am a sport shooting hobbyist that uses #EasyFlowUSA products for me to safely and conveniently do my sport during this pandemic.Continue reading
I planned my February 23, 2020 to be a lazy Sunday as Im done with all my task for the week. My only agenda for the day was to clean and prep my Ruger PC Carbine for a Level 3 match on the 27th.
After I had my morning coffee over breakfast, its game time for the cleaning process. All things were going as planned and the cleaning was UNUSUALLY relaxing (those who know me knows how much i dislike cleaning my guns, its just something I needed to do) until i accidentally twisted the safety button while cleaning the unattached trigger assembly and the safety detent and spring flew across the room and at that point hell’s gates opened for a very stressful day ahead.
This is the evolution of my Ruger PC Carbine model 19100. I built this little by little in a span of 2+yrs but I competed with it since the beginning.
This is an update to my TactiCooL on a (very over) Budget Ruger PC Carbine Competition build article I made last July 10, 2019.
Happy New Year, Kabayan! Ito ang una kong post sa 2020. Maraming salamat po sa suporta.