I purchased the trigger spring kit for my pc9 and paired it with the Tandem Kross trigger upgrade with over travel adjustable pin. I freaking love it! It’s feels noticably lighter and that trigger makes the upgrade feel complete.
Welcome to the Brotherhood, @Midstab. I might be biased, but the Ruger PCC is a solid firearm and probably the most fun gun to shoot that I own.
Agreed, and I’ll end up being the best at shooting it out of all of my guns because of the cost to shoot it.
Welcome to the MCarbo Brotherhood, Aaron. I agree with @chilipepper! I am also biased towards Ruger! I found myself on a 22 kick. The Ruger SR22 is a fantastic little ‘tack driver!’ My fascination was due to the ‘expense’ first… I became disabled and really could not afford the expense of 9mm daily expenditures. I then purchased a 22 slide kit modification. After a few hundred rounds, I had FTF and FTE challenges. I then looked into ammunition weight. That led me into barrel changes and replacing ‘solid’ coil springs… Then I looked into barrel replacements and bought 3 different barrels from Twin Tech. Boy, did I love the difference it had made but my ‘expenses’ started multiplying. So, after 7 years, a Glock Armorer Class and a Practical Gunsmithing Certificate (not to mention the addition of all of my MCarbo Brothers… I ‘finally’ turned in to the ‘gun xxxxxxx’ that I am today… That word was ‘lovingly’ used by my father who has since passed back in 2014. I have an ‘extream’ hobby of building 80% Custom 22’s… You will find many of us that have thousands of years experience among us in the firearms industry! Have fun in our forum and happy shooting, Brother!!!
welcome to the forum aaron @Midstab
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WHat are your feelings about the TandemKross ?
I ordered a PC9 19115 last week. Started looking at upgrades immediately.
Put an order in for the Mcarbo trigger kit,extended mag release, muzzle brake, cheek pad and recoil spring…
I took possession of my Ruger PC9 model 19115 Yesterday and MCARBO parts and red dot showed up today. The TK is shown as delivery tomorrow…
My trigger started out at a crisp 4lb 9oz. after polishing contact surfaces between disconnect/sear and sear/hemmer I got it down to around 3lb 12oz.
With the spring kit I got it down to 2lb 4oz. Looking forward to the TK trigger bow.
I was pleasantly surprised to see the hammer strut spring included. There was no mention of it in the install video and when I ordered it last week it was not mentioned as part of the kit. Good to see it because as I was working on the polishing last night the OEM spring seemed real over stiff. The trifecta sure works nicely.
I have a feeling thai I AM GOING TO LIKE THIS CARBINE.
The only thing I need now is a pistol grip collapsible stock !!! WANT WANT WANT
You will. Great little guns, they are. You got one of the newer models with the factory free floating forend, very cool. I purchased mine in haste when I saw it at the LGS a year or so ago, before they had this model. That said, I splurged for the Parker Mountain forend as the stock one was a little short and small for my mitts. I’m about half tempted to get a second one, I like it that much. And it’s got a fluted barrel, love fluted barrels. More fun than a bag of chimps on crack.
Oh, and there are some other bits available to trick out the PCC if you haven’t looked. I got an extended charging handle (swapped the stock one to the other side) as well as a mag well flare. Both nice additions to the firearm.
Yep, got that also.
I like the texturing on it !!! The thumb gets good purchase
OOPS misread your reply. I did get the MCARBO extended mag release nit the KT charging handle.
Oh hell, I didn’t realize MCARBO had an extended mag release for the PCC…and it does appear to have a nice texture to it. I believe my extended charging handle and the mag well flare came from Taccom(?). I didn’t think twice about your response as the extended charging handle does have a nice spiral fluted texture to it.