- Minimal recoil
- Lots of customization options
- Overall a well made gun - Swiss quality!
- Pricey - over $2000
- Long and narrow magazine well makes reloading tricky
“If you’re a PCC fan, you gotta check out the B&T APC9 Pro. This gun is well-made and fun to shoot. While we preferred the ergonomics of the Sig MPX, the APC9 has its perks such as low recoil and very accurate. The APC9 Pro has a slightly longer barrel than the APC9K Pro. For a more compact version, check out the APC9K Pro.” – John C.
The B&T APC9 PRO brings adaptability and performance to the series of APC platforms. Every APC9 PRO features folding charging handles, ambidextrous selector level and bolt release. The receivers are swappable and compatible with also Glock and Sig P320 receivers.
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“If you’re a PCC fan, you gotta check out the B&T APC9 Pro. This gun is well made and fun to shoot. While we preferred the ergonomics of the Sig MPX, the APC9 has it’s perks such as low recoil and very accurate. The APC9K Pro is slightly more compact than the APC9 Pro.” – John C.
CZ’s Scorpion EVO 3 S1 is an awesome rifle. It’s well made, easy to control, and has looks to die for. The market for this rifle is growing rapidly with a lot of companies introducing more and more custom parts for the Scorpion. Not to mention, it dominates in the accuracy department! It has a nice, long, sight radius, with excellent stock iron sights — this makes shooting accurately easy.
“The APC9 definitely gives the Sig MPX a run for its money. It’s well built, has tons of aftermarket upgrade options, and best of all, very low recoil for a blowback gun. Ergonomics could be better but that’s something you can fix afterward. This gun can run Glock and Sig P320 mags which is great for those who want something compatible to play with. It’s certainly a nice reprieve from the standard AR-15 type rifles.” – John C.
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