When it comes to small cartridges that pack a few strokes are as powerful and as accurate as the FN 5.7x28mm. Originally designed for specific use in the FN P90 machine gun, the 5.7x28mm cartridge has only been adopted by a small handful of successful firearms to date. Ruger, however, has decided to change that with the introduction of the new Ruger LC Carbine in camera at 5.7×28 m. The new carbine has an almost ambidextrous design, a 16′′′ cannon, and a folding telescopic stock making it not only able to make the most of the high-speed cartridge, but giving it many of the same compact skills that the P90 has without the price of P90.
Ruger reveals his new Ruger LC carbine at 5.7x28m
Sturm, Ruger & Company, Inc. (NYSE: RGR) is excited to introduce the lightweight, compact Ruger® LC Carbine in camera at 5.7x28mm. The compact nature of this coil is due to its design and feeding through the grip. The Ruger LC Carbine has a full barrel of 16.25′′′, has an adjustable folding reversible stock for the length of the strip, and is compatible with the accessory stocks mounted on the Picatinny rail. Quick storage and deployment locations can be folded for storage.
Using the same magazines and controls as the innovative Ruger-5.7 Gun, LC Carbine is the last rank partner. Even when typical bullets of 40 grains of 5.7x28mm are used, this high-performance felt carbine is comparable to a .22 LR. As the Ruger-5.7 pistol, the LC Carbine uses safe, reliable and proven Ruger action Fire control mechanism that combines a protected inner hammer with a blade safety trigger that has a short strip, soft, clean break and positive restart. The nitride alloy steel barrel is durable and lightweight and allows the standard nozzle accessories accessory.
Ruger’s president and CEO, Chris Killoy, took time in the range with the new LC Coil and says, “I can’t describe how ergonomic the LC Coil feels in their hands. You have to experience it in the range to really appreciate how it balances and moves. The controls are intuitive and conveniently located, and the lack of felt memory makes it difficult to get down. ”
Manufactured in the USA of strong and light materials, the Ruger LC Carbine is ideal for the range, backpacker, small game, or anywhere a versatile and reliable carbine is appreciated.
The Ruger LC Carbine has a MSRP of little less than $1,000 and if it’s something like other Ruger products then you should probably be able to pick it up down that ask price in your local gun shop once the himpe around the new weapon has died. I have personally had about 2 weeks of experience with the new LC carbine so far and everything seems pretty promising. There will be a complete review of the new LC Coil coming soon The blog Firearm so if you are interested in how this new hot carbine is stacked against the other options currently on the market make sure to go there to read the full review in the following weeks.