I had not shot mine since I forget when, but yesterday I took it out for a long overdue spin. Other than a mounted light and a sling, it is strictly an out of the box PC 9 without any modifications other than the charging handle moved to the left side. Oh yes, I have not cleaned the thing since I shot it first in the SWFLa Blog shoot.
Some 75 rounds later, I stopped. I ran the carbine off hand, standing up on a slope at different steel targets at different ranges and angles. And the little long gun performed flawlessly. Me? not so much, but that is a different story. Fifty yard body shots were the norm and I hit targets farther than that not as regularly, but that was because of me and not the gun.
I need to sit down and bench the PC 9 to see how far can I get it to shoot. In theory, I believe it can be a proper 100 yard gun with the right scope a top of it. Something of variable power to get flavors close and far with a simple twist of a ring.
For some reason, the term “American AK” popped in my head just now. I know, it is not a rifle cartridge, but if you own one and have already messed with it a bit, it will probably makes sense to you too.
I will need to buy another PC 9 for my collection.
Damned gun list keeps getting longer, ain’t it. I am sure I am not the only one with that problem.