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Discussion in 'Firearms Chat' started by adamsredlines, Jun 30, 2020 at 6:47 PM.
Anybody use these guys for a PCC lower?
I used one for a nice mid end 9mm build. It is a GREAT lower. The only challenge I had was getting the LRBHO to work reliably. They have a few tweaks you can do that will increase the reliability. I got bored one day and sold it, wish I had it back.
Yep. Been thinking of selling the 9mm guts and taking it to .40SW as I doubt I'll ever shoot it in USPSA again. Just like the pistols better. But QC10 is good to go.
So since it appears I'm kinda going all in on 9mm for the time being, its rekindled my desire for a 9mm PCC.
I'm down to two choices that are far apart.
Ruger PC9 or one of these QC10's that takes P226 mags. I know the Ruger doesnt take P226 mags, but the price is right.
Having your primary pistol use the same mags as a rifle is pretty awesome though...
I like the new Ruger PCC pistol option as it will take Glock mags which are plentiful. I never realized that QC10 made a P226 mag lower. If you are carrying a P226 it seems like a good but expensive choice. Are you going to do rifle or pistol length?
I've not thought that far into it. I was looking to see if anybody made adapters for the P226 to work in a PC9 and saw the QC10 option that uses the mags and it got that brain train rolling.
I just dig the way these things look and I've heard nothing bad about them. If they took P226 mags, it would be a no brainer for me.
I’ve got a quarter circle, works like a champ
Of course you do.
Pretty happy with mine. We haven't used it competitively yet, just fun at the range.
Always willing to let you take it for a test drive!