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    Quote Originally Posted by Lex Luthier View Post
    I think the Midwest Industries rail announcement got them into gear. Options are good!

    https://www.midwestindustriesinc.com...p/mi-crpc9.htm

    I had occasion to handle a Ruger MSR rifle at a local gun show a few weeks back. Not the lightest rail, but well made and finished.
    I bet the new one for the PCC will be the same.
    I really like the look! I share your concern about the weight, the PCC is already a pretty heavy gun for what it is, I'm not sure adding more weight to the front end will help. I don't know how much the gun will gain out of free-floating from a practical stand point. What I'd like to see is a light-weight polymer handguard along the lines of Magpul's MOE line that offers some additional rail attachment options while keeping the weight and cost down (it is a glorified 10-22 after all).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Drang View Post
    Needs a drum magazine and chambered in 7.62x25...
    Or there needs to be a 1-stamp integrally suppressed version, like a semi-auto De Lisle carbine.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Hizzie View Post
    Right? Definitely have that suomi/ops vibe going on.
    Finally took a look at it, does it ever!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wondering Beard View Post
    Finally took a look at it, does it ever!
    It makes me wonder what it would take to make a birch stock and thin handguard panels. Maybe on the style of either a Bergman mp18 or a Lanchester. Could be too hipster for my mustache...
    Oy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lex Luthier View Post
    It makes me wonder what it would take to make a birch stock and thin handguard panels. Maybe on the style of either a Bergman mp18 or a Lanchester. Could be too hipster for my mustache...
    Oy.
    Wood grained hydro-dip was suggested.
    Quote Originally Posted by caleb View Post
    Oh man, that's right. I forgot that some people feel like they need light SA triggers in DA guns instead of just learning to shoot the gun better. You can get a Redhawk DA trigger pull down to 10 lbs, and if you can't manage that you suck and should probably just practice more.
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    I reckon 155gr HSTs would be vicious out of that .40.
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    ^^^ DAO dork ^^^

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    An ugly stick for sure but I like it. Kinda reminds me of the WWII Russian 9mm PPSH "burp" gun.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shawn Dodson View Post
    An ugly stick for sure but I like it. Kinda reminds me of the WWII Russian 9mm PPSH "burp" gun.
    Now what we need is:
    -Wood stock + Black MLOK forend
    -Glock drum with a short, PCC length feed tower to complete the look.

    Something like this:

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