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Discussion in 'General Firearm Discussion' started by Dunerunner, Aug 29, 2013.
From Thureon Defense.....
What do you plan to do with it ?
Plinking, small game gun, home defense and 9MM ammunition is on the shelves occasionally.
As an SBR, it has potential. I never liked full-size pistol-caliber carbines, other than lever guns.
I like the 33 round Glock Mag compatibility.
MechTech is where it's at. I picked up a used 9mm model with the telescoping stock, threw a $90 red dot on it and it's great with the lower off my Glock 23. I like it so much that I'll probably be buying a dedicated compact lower for it off Gunbroker soon.
that looks like a fun little rifle.
Is this the Oregon produced rifle? In 10mm it would have serious potential. I would prefer a side folder but there are AR SF units out there as bolt-ons
Thanks, I see that id does come in 10mm and can use a slide fire stock! mags may be an issue though.
Exactly why I'd opt for the 9mm. Accepts 33 round Glock Mags.
I have always wanted a pistol caliber carbine. The Beretta CX4 storms have gotten way too expensive! It's good to hear that there is another alternative on the market.
Would give me a reason to buy a Glock 17 and a truck full of mags!!
Looks nicely made and the stock being on the same axis as the bore is a big advantage if using a SlideFire stock. A 2X optic on that PCC would really rock @ 200 yards!
Yea!! Sounds like fun! Now, if I could reliably find ammunition, powder, primers and boolits!
A 9mm Buffalo Bore 124 grain FMJ bullet at 1300 fps has about a 52 inch drop at 200 yards, and Buffalo Bore 147 grain at 1175 fps has about a 58 inch drop at 200 yards. Yup you seem to be right, at 200 yards 9mm drops like a rock, kinda like a motor trajectory.
And yet Hickock45 had no problem hitting a 12" plate @225yds
Does barrel length have any effect on bullet drop? I would think it would, but I am not that deep into shooting. I'm still on the "WoW, this is fun!" end of the game.
between a pistol length and carbine length there is a big difference in velocity, hence bullet drop is less in the carbine
So is the 1300 fps Hook is talking about pistol or carbine muzzle velocity?
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