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Picture thread, post pictures of your PCC.
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My PCC from Inter Ordnance.
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My precious... :D
DiamondBack DB9 with a lot of improvements and customizations.

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My current PCC setup. Not the most lightweight or most sophisticated, but deadly reliable. Zero malfunctions in about 25000 rounds.
Basic blowback design, heavy buffer, shortstroked, secondary spring to buffer the impact, A5 lenght buffer tube, selfmade compensator (similar in function to armanov and MBX), 16" barrel cut down to 13.9" and new contour to shave of weight and triggertech adaptable.
And the obvious: Magpul MOE SL stock, modified to accept CTR risers, Ergo deluxe grip, Strike switch safety/selector, Radian Raptor LT Charging handle, Aero Precision Upper, Foxtrot Mike lower, BCM QD endplate, ALG Defense 13" Handguard, BCM KAG handstop/angled grip, Holosun LS117G Laser with pressure pad (for indoors mainly) and Holosun 510c on two risers.
Got a very snappy feeling to it. I've shot setups that feel waay more soft and sluggish. I don't mind some extra kick, I want the dot to settle as fast as possible, but don't go crazy with setup testing since thats a very easy and unproductive way to burn through ammo quickly.

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