Even More TK Action
If you’ve followed us from the beginning, then you’ll remember our very first projects – The Ultimate Ruger PC Carbine Tandemkross Upgrade Guide & TANDEMKROSS UPRISER CHASSIS FOR THE RUGER PC CARBINE – REVIEW. Tandemizing my Ruger PCC has been a special project for me, and I’m forever grateful for the wonderful folks at Tandemkross.
The items from my previous reviews are still proudly installed on my Ruger PCC. Without a doubt, my favorite improvements are still the “SPARTAN” charging handle and extended magazine release that is part of the “UPRISER” Chassis. Both improvements solve a problem and account for my shorter fingers. This in turn allows for smoother manipulations and improved ergonomics.
When I originally received my “UPRISER” Chassis, the only available Stock and Grip Adapter option was angled. I didn’t truly appreciate the angle until I decided to swap for a straight version as part of this updated review.
The angled tube wasn’t something I had ever seen done before, but I went with it and was pleased. When I saw the rollout of the straight adapter, I made up my mind that I was going to like it better than the angled. Wrong. Plain and simple, the sight acquisition with the angled adapter feels much more natural. If you’re on the fence, go angled. Try both if you have to, but I can very confidently say that after using both, I’m sticking with the angled.
Latest additions to my #Tandemized Ruger PCC:
In my first review, when I added the Fiber Optic Front Sight, Tandemkross had not yet rolled out their “Eagle Eye” Fiber Optic Rear Sight for the Ruger PCC. At the time, I remember wanting a rear version, so this was a completing moment for my project. The offsetting green on the front and red on the rear creates a nice sight picture and a distinguishable contrast. Same as the front, the “Eagle Eye” Fiber Optic Rear Sight picks up even the lowest light and draws your eye to the sight.
The install was as easy as the front sight, and even included necessary Allen wrench. It’s also worth noting that it will not work with every model of the Ruger PCC, so make sure yours will work before ordering.
Add it to your cart and improve your sight acquisition as well as your aesthetics. It’s $34.99 for just the rear, but if you don’t have either, you can save $5 and buy them as a front/back set.
Want Even More?
Unless you’ve been living under a rock, I’m sure you’re aware that September was Ruger PC Carbine month at Tandemkross. For 6 straight days, the team at Tandemkross rolled out a new part for the Ruger PC carbine each day. If you missed it, don’t panic, we’ve got the links to each new part:
09/14 – Introduction of the straight stock and grip adapter for the UPRISER Chassis. My original review of the UPRISER was on the angled adapter, so I was eager to compare the two.
09/15/ – “Red Spring” Recoil Spring for Ruger® PC Carbine™ – designed for improved performance and reliability.
09/16 – Bolt Head and Extractor Pin Set for Ruger® PC Carbine™ – constructed from high-strength shock-absorbing tool steel, and are precision heat-treated for superior wear resistance.
09/18 – “Eagle’s Talon” Extractor for Ruger® PC Carbine™ – reliability upgrade that replaces the stamped extractor from the factory.
As I said in my first review, I’ve been #Tandemized and there’s no going back. Everything Tandemkross produces is Made in USA, and carries their lifetime guarantee. From top to bottom, I’ve been able to make improvements to my Ruger PCC in reliability, function, and aesthetics.
Whether it’s shaving time at your next competition, outshooting your buddy at the range, or reliable performance at your darkest hour… The improvements you make today might change your life tomorrow. Whatever your goals, let the folks at Tandemkross #Tandemize your next project.
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