SAMSON MANUFACTURING EXPANDS SUPPORT FOR THE RUGER PC CHARGER

The Ruger PC carbine and PC Charger variant has seen massive aftermarket support in light of its extreme popularity among firearm enthusiast.

Samson Manufacturing has announced new products for the Ruger PC charger with a new charging handle, extended magazine release, and compensators.

Charger Handle for the Ruger® PC Charger

Samson states “The Samson Charger Handle for the Ruger® PC Charger™ has a larger footprint featuring machined flutes to provide a better grip when running the bolt.

The Samson PC Charger Bolt Handle will also fit the Ruger® PC Carbine™.

Attaches using the existing mounting hardware from your PC Charger™ or PC Carbine”

SPECIFICATIONS:

  • Material: 6061-T6 aluminum
  • Finish: Type III, class 2 anodized finish
  • Length: 1.375″ (35mm)
  • Width: .60″ (15mm)
  • Weight: .20 oz.

Extended Magazine Release for the Ruger® PC Charger

Samson states “The Samson Extended Magazine Release for the Ruger® PC Charger™ is machined with a unique profile that promotes rapid mag changes while preventing unintentional mag drops.

The Extended Magazine Release also fits the Ruger® PC Carbine™.

Attaches using the existing mounting hardware from your PC Charger™ or PC Carbine”

SPECIFICATIONS:

  • Material: 6061-T6 aluminum
  • Finish: Type III, class 2 anodized finish
  • Length: .865″ (22.0mm)
  • Width: .438″ (11.13mm)
  • Height: .281″ (7.14mm)
  • Weight: .09 oz.

Compensator for the Ruger® PC Charger

Samson states “The Samson PC Compensator for the Ruger® PC Charger™ helps tame recoil and muzzle rise for reduced split

times and faster recovery between shots.

This compensator installs in minutes without the need for gunsmithing using a threaded bushing and a single mounting screw.”

SPECIFICATIONS:

  • Material: 6061-T6 aluminum
  • Finish: Type III, class 2 anodized finish
  • Length: 1.25″ (31.8mm)
  • Width: .81″ (21.0mm)
  • Height: .87″ (22.0mm)
  • Weight: .68 oz.

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