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    Had two of them. It is a bit tricky the first few times you take it apart. Not bad, really. IME, it did not crud up too bad. Some ammo may be worse in this respect than others.

    Be careful that you get the feed ramp in correctly. It can be assembled incorrectly.
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    Dirtiest gun I ever owned....but I have gotten used to cleaning it. Most I ever went was 500 rounds before cleaning. Usually I clean it at 200-300 rounds .
    If you take the silver feed ramp and silver bolt assembly out of the gun, then soak them in Hoppes#9 overnight ,they will clean up nicely for you.
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    I have one of the new Ruger PC-9's NIB that I took on a tade and it appears to be a real piece of work. It takes the Glock clips. I wonder if they have to be cleaned like the older PC-9's?

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    I am pushing probably 500+ rounds on my PCC after initial cleaning and it hardly looks shot!

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    Quote Originally Posted by horseshoe View Post
    I have one of the new Ruger PC-9's NIB that I took on a tade and it appears to be a real piece of work. It takes the Glock clips. I wonder if they have to be cleaned like the older PC-9's?
    Tough to say . I have one of the originals ,a PC4, from 1997, but it is totally new design,now the PCC resembles the PC9/PC4, but it is all new.
    Hopefully it is built Ruger tough?
    I love my PC4 and my Mini 14.
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