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PTR 9CT Set Up

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I’ve been playing around with the PTR 9CT and I think I found the set up I like. Want to see what you guys think. Eventually hoping to add a can.

-PTR 9CT Pistol

-SB Tactical Folding Brace

-Trijicon MRO with Geissele Super Precision Mount 

-Inforce WML

-BCM MLOK Handstop

Anyone else rockin’ an MP5 Clone platform?

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That's nice

 

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I picked up a 9CT not long ago.   I'm not really fond of the PTR hand guard and will probably replace it with something like the classic MP5 wide foreend, though I'd like some sort of handstop.   Nothing wrong with the PTR handguard, other than it's ugly.   I don't plan on tacking on a lot of accessories since it's only ever going to be a range gun for me, but I will probably put a RDS on it, most likely a Holosun.

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On 12/10/2019 at 12:28 PM, ken_mays said:

I picked up a 9CT not long ago.   I'm not really fond of the PTR hand guard and will probably replace it with something like the classic MP5 wide foreend, though I'd like some sort of handstop.   Nothing wrong with the PTR handguard, other than it's ugly.   I don't plan on tacking on a lot of accessories since it's only ever going to be a range gun for me, but I will probably put a RDS on it, most likely a Holosun.

Yeah I hear you, I think regular hand guards look better. It is nice to have a hand stop though. So far it’s just been a range gun for me too but I have to say I’m considering it as a defensive option for my wife to use. She really likes the smooth recoil impulse and is more comfortable with it than her Glock. I have about 900 rounds through it with 0 failures and haven’t cleaned or lubed since I bought it. I’ve owned other PTR guns and always been impressed with their build quality and reliability. 

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