CZ Scorpion vs Ruger PC Carbine

CZ Scorpion vs Ruger PC Carbine

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CZ Scorpion

Rank: 9
Guncritic Certified 98%

MSRP: $1,189.00

New Price: $864.75

Used Price: $778.275

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Ruger PC Carbine

Rank: 3k ( 236 )
Guncritic Certified 97%

MSRP: $949.99

New Price: $544.45

Used Price: $490.005

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Summary

Specifications

Gun Stats

Accuracy
50
50
Damage
Range
10-50 yards
1000 yards
Recoil Velocity
Capacity
20+1 rounds
17+1 rounds
Mobility
50
50
Ergonomics
50
50
Fit & Finish
50
50
Reliability
50
50

Details

Manufacturer
Model
CZ Scorpion
Ruger PC Carbine
Variations
Problems
N/A
N/A
Price History

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Gun Descriptions

CZ Scorpion

Finally available for public consumption is the much anticipated Scorpion sub-gun. Imported as a pistol, it is a blowback-operated semi-auto in 9mm with a short 7 barrel. Equipped with our newly designed low-profile sights, its rear sight has four different aperture sizes for everything from close quarters to way out there. The sights ride on an 11 Picatinny rail perfect for mounting optics. 2016 model year SKUs (91351/01351 and 91352/01352) feature 1/228 threads hidden underneath the factory flash-hider, meaning users can fit either 1/228 or 181 accessories to the muzzle. Also added is a QD sling swivel pocket integrated into the rear sling attachment point. Simple and reliable, the Scorpion not only has ambidextrous controls, its non-reciprocating charging handle is swappable and reach to the trigger is adjustable. Our favorite accessory for the Scorpion pistol is our new arm brace adapter, which quickly and easily adds an AR-style pistol buffer tube to the rear of the action, enabling the use of an arm brace for added stability.

Ruger PC Carbine

 The Ruger PC Carbine is a take-down rifle chambered in 9mm. It comes standard with innovative features such as a custom "dead blow" tungsten weight which shortens bolt travel and simultaneously reduces both felt recoil and muzzle rise. It also has interchangeable magazine wells, one which accepts Ruger SR-Series and the new Ruger Security 9 mags, and another which accepts Glock mags. The bolt is machined from heat treated, chrome-moly steel to ensure strength, structural integrity and durability. Takedown is as simple as locking the bolt back, verifying that the rifle is unloaded, pushing a recessed lever, twisting the sub-assemblies and pulling them apart. Specifications: Special Feature: Threaded Barrel Model Weight: 6.8 lbs. # of Mags: 1 Rate-of-Twist: 1-in-10" Sights: FS: Blade/RS: Adj Ghost Ring Additional Info: Includes GLOCK Mag Well to accept Glock 17 9mm mags Additional Info: Ships w/SR-Series Mag Well Additional Info: Ships w/Security-9 Mag Well Drilled/Tapped: Yes

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