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Ok ok.....I get it.....barrel shroud added for the operator bearded tacticools that grab the barrel and point their finger at the enem.....ahem.... I mean steel plates.
A guy that frequents our club plate shoots brought in a marlin camp carbine in 45acp once and let us try it. What a cool little rifle. Had a maine birch stock and was in excellent condition. Don't see those too often.Camp Carbine? But no .44?
Assault rifle laws, it's a "feature" in Connecticut.Why no pistol grip model?
Where to start hereAssault rifle laws, it's a "feature" in Connecticut.
Two features makes it an assault rifle.
so, pistol grip plus detachable magazine means "NO, BAD GUN"...
Whereas, in original configuration, absolutely legal in CT, and flying off the shelves as a PCC, (pistol caliber carbine).
It's not just CT. It's all of the ban states that base their current assault weapon laws on the 94 law. I cite CT because I'm most familiar with it. I bought one for CT, in GA I've got a 9mm AR.Where to start here
1. I don't think ruger designed a pcc with no pistol grip solely for the minuscule sales in the state of CT. What do you honestly think the annual sales of this model are in ct? I'd guess high like what.....a hundred lol
2. The guy asked why no pistol grip MODEL......ruger could easily make that plastic stock with a pistol grip as another option for the 40 to 45 states in the union that are free.
As soon as the 45acp comes out I'll be in line for one.It's not just CT. It's all of the ban states that base their current assault weapon laws on the 94 law. I cite CT because I'm most familiar with it. I bought one for CT, in GA I've got a 9mm AR.
The other thing, is that it's kinda like a 1022. There's already an aftermarket for it. I'm surprised, (as one poster has already said), that they haven't come out with the .45 cal model. That'll sell.