PC Carbine™ Takedown Case
This Ruger® PC Carbine™ Takedown Bag was designed specifically to carry the PC Carbine and accessories. The bag incorporates a variety of essential features that optimize organization, versatility and security:
The outside top pocket fits the instruction manual, ammo, cleaning supplies, eye and hearing protection or other small accessories; The outside bottom pocket includes organized storage for up to (6) loaded pistol magazines. It also can also store many smaller pistols in the front of the pocket for quick, convenient access; The large interior pockets are sized to accommodate the stock and barrel/forend sections with optics mounted. Both are padded and secure with hook & loop fasteners; Three additional interior pockets can organize essential gear including bipods, slings, parts, tools, etc; Metal hardware is designed to comfortably and safely carry the weight of the rifle, loaded magazines and other gear; Backpack style case includes 4 D-rings to attach two carry straps (included) to wear in a variety of ways for flexibility and comfort; The case has locking zippers to secure the rifle during transportation; Two handles on the top of the case make it easy to carry vertically; PVC Ruger patch is removable for more discrete carry; Overall case size is 25" L x 8" W x 5.5" D. Outside pockets are 10" L x 8" W x 1.25" D.
Made from heavy-duty black denier nylon with MOLLE mounting points. Available in black only. Made by Regal.
WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals including lead, which is known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information, go to - www.P65Warnings.ca.gov. Use of this product including its use after discharging firearms in poorly ventilated areas, cleaning firearms, or handling ammunition may result in exposure to lead. Have adequate ventilation at all times and wash hands thoroughly after handling this product.
||Ruger PC Carbine Take Down Case
|One of the previous reviewers said, The folks at Ruger put a lot of thought into their new PC Takedown Carbine case. I have to agree with him about everything he said about the case. However, since Ruger chose to include a Glock magazine well -- thank you, Ruger! that is some excellent foresight in providing value to your customers! --, I would have really appreciated it if the new PC Carbine Take Down Case in the outside bottom pocket could accommodate my Glock 17 33-round magazines! When I put them in the magazine slots in the outside bottom pocket, the fit but they stick up outside of the pocket and I cannot zip it shut. This is caused by the magazine slots not being set all the way in the bottom of the pocket. I really wish Ruger had thought it out just a little bit more. The magazines will fit in the pocket loose but I cannot use the magazine slots and zip the pocket shut. Does Ruger make one of these with the magazine slots situated far enough down in the outside bottom pocket that I could use my magazines and zip it shut? Thats my only disappointment with this new bag -- I am still rating it 5 stars because the fit and finish is excellent and the layout is excellent and I really appreciate two back-pack straps.|
|- William Hill, TX|
||9 mm carbine case
|Great case, lots of storage pockets, well made, an ideal accessory to the carbine. Fits well.|
|- Dick, CA|
||Ruger PCC Taake Down Case
|The folks at Ruger put a lot of thought into their new PC Takedown Carbine case.
When mine arrived today I disassembled my PCC and tried out the case for fit and convenience.
I gave it 10 for 10 on both.
When the case is opened up good zippers all around, the left side is fitted with a large compartment for the action portion of the PCC. My PCC has a red dot that is rather tall and the compartment had plenty of room without a need to force the action portion in. This compartment like all of them was secured with a flap using Velcro.
The right side has four compartments:
A long one for the forward/barrel section of the PCC
A crossways running one suitable for whichever magazine well you aren’t currently using
A shorter one that could handle a suppressor but not here in California
An in-between compartment that could handle a box of ammo
The front has two compartments:
A lower one with exterior MOLLE style straps and slots for six magazines inside
An upper one that is very spacious and can hold tools, ammo, shooting gloves, etc.
The upper one has a Ruger name tag that is Velcroed on and easily removed for a more covert appearance
Unlike the 10/22 case, this case has two shoulder straps that allow for either over the shoulder carry or backpack style carry.
What would I change? Nothing! This is a great case at a great price and Ruger sent it shipping included.|
|- Rhino Ray, CA|