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    APC9 Pro Limited

    I bid on a GunBroker auction that I didn't expect to win, but I did by $0.16. This is my first B&T firearm from their APC series. It's an APC9 Pro Limited Edition factory SBR. The lower receiver is aluminum, it has a special trigger of some sort, a special stock and came in a backpack. I already have plenty of magazines for my TP9-N, so the magazine interchangeability is a nice bonus. Now for the NFA jail wait.





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    Gorgeous! I have the older APc9k. Currently waiting on SBR approval
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    That's neat. The APC line are really well made and a great demonstration of what B&T is capable of.

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    I love my APC9 Pro, it runs so damn smooth. And to take apart and clean, its simplistic elegance. You should enjoy that bad boy.

    PB
    "Air Force / Policeman / Fireman / Man of God / Friend of mine / R.I.P. Steve Lamy"

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    It's now out of jail and decked out for the range.


    Last edited by Bret; 07-10-23 at 22:49.

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    I shot 100rds through it for the first time this weekend. It was 100% reliable, smooth shooting and more accurate than me. On the downside, the magazines don't drop free and the bolt release requires too much force in order for it to function. It does kick spent cases about twice as far when the suppressor is used. I didn't notice any gas to my face while it was suppressed.
    Last edited by Bret; 07-17-23 at 14:33.

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    The trigger is:
    https://www.elftactical.com/Elf-Matc...KNOB_p_71.html
    I have them in my 223/308 APC's and GHM9 and love them. Compares well to big g and others.

    Al

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    Very nice! Congrats!

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    Bret, that is a bad bad bad boy. Enjoy that gun, I am thinking about SPR'ing mine, wish it was already.

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