- New Custom Molded Ruger PC Carbine Shock Buffer
- Reduces Initial Shock of Recoil on Shooter
- Reduces Shock & Vibration on Internal Parts
- Functions in both 9mm & .40 Cal Ruger PC Carbines
- Adds Shock Absorbing Medium between Bolt and Receiver to reduce unnecessary wear
- First of it's kind for the Ruger PC Carbine!
Ruger PC Carbine Shock Buffer to Reduce Shock and Vibration!
- Spring NOT included.
Designed & Manufactured to Fit and Function properly in Ruger PC Carbine.
- Made in the USA!
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Ruger PC Carbine Shock Buffer
- Custom Over Molded Rubber and Glass Filled Nylon Shock Buffer
- Spring NOT included.
- Designed & Manufactured to Fit and Function properly in Ruger PC Carbine.
*Recoil Reduction Bundle No Longer Available*
Ruger PC Carbine Shock Buffer will reduce initial recoil shock on Shooter and reduce wear on internal parts. Best Ruger PC Carbine Accessories to Increase Firearm Reliability and Reduce Internal Wear on Ruger PC Carbine Parts. Ruger PC Carbine Shock Buffer provides necessary barrier to prevent the hard slap of the heavy bolt bottoming out at the end of travel to further protect the longevity of your Carbine.
The Ruger PC Carbine Shock Buffer acts like a shock absorber between the heavy blowback operation of the bolt against the receiver, thus preventing any premature wear and Ruger PC Carbine Problems. One of the Best Ruger PC Carbine Accessories to further protect your investment! A must have for your Custom Ruger PC Carbine to out-perform the rest!
Best Ruger PC Carbine Aftermarket Solution for dampening recoil and shock on Internal Parts!
A must have Ruger PC Carbine Upgrade to provide the necessary cushion and energy displacement needed to reduce the momentum and felt impact of the bolt onto the hard plastic factory buffer, and ultimately your shoulder. The Ruger PC Carbine Shock Buffer incorporates a durable Rubber Buffer encased in the hard Glass Filled Nylon Shell to dampen the Initial Shock of the Recoil on the Shooter.
Reducing shock on the Internal Ruger PC Carbine Parts and improving the overall function of the Carbine. M*CARBO specializes in Ruger PC Carbine Aftermarket Parts and we're proud to release a Shock Buffer to increase the life of your Carbine for years to come! Custom Ruger PC Carbine Mods like the Shock Buffer will reduce the initial recoil shock on the Shooter and provide a rubber impact cushion for the bolt to recoil against.
Ruger PC Carbine Shock Buffer will fit and function for Ruger PC Carbine 9mm Accessories and .40 Cal Carbines. Custom Accessories for Ruger PC Carbine by Combat Veterans!
- Designed / Tested to Fit & Function in Ruger PC Carbine.
Ruger PC Carbine Resources:
If you're getting the Ruger PC Carbine Shock Buffer, then you might find the following Ruger PC Carbine Resources useful in further enhancing your firearm. Download the Ruger PC Carbine Owners Manual or use the Exploded View of the Ruger PC Carbine Parts Diagram to plan your next firearm project.
Tested and Approved:
The Ruger PC Carbine Shock Buffer has been tested repeatedly to ensure reliable operation and safety.
You must be 18 yrs of age to purchase. We advise that all parts purchased from our inventory be installed and inspected by a qualified gunsmith. Modifying your weapon may be prohibited in your state. Do not modify your sear or hammer engagement surfaces, with or without the Ruger PC Carbine Shock Buffer. Before installing please be sure to check all local state and federal laws. By installing this part you agree to take full responsibility for any and all legal, health and warranty consequences that may be incurred.
Don’t know IF there is any worthwhile reason for isi g this replacement part yet….. one reason is …. I could’nt replace the spring because they quit making it😳 since it’s not that big of deal wondering if this part really matters….
Noticed the difference in the recoil with mcarbo shock buffer. Love it
Easy Upgrade 2
I was disappointed I did not get the upgraded spring. I thought it was part of the package. The do explain on their website the spring is no longer needed, but mine is worn already and I will be replacing it. With that I am still glad I purchased it and it has made a difference in how my carbine shoots. Thank you MCARBO. I will be back for further upgrades when I can convince the boss to let me spend the money without the LOOK.
Ruger PC Carbine Shock Buffer
I purchased this part and installed it in accordace with the video by the President of Mcarbo. Although it is very stylish don't let it fool you. It took me about a month to get out to the range after installation and right away problems. The bolt would not hold open on the last round and would only fire one round at a time while having to chamber every round.
I emailed and called Mcabro several times "NO ONE HAS REACHED OUT TO ME BY PHONE OR EMAIL". I took the gun to a gunsmith and was still having the same problem until I reinstalled the original stock buffer and it's all working as perfectly normal as before.
The take away from this is everything that looks good/stylish is "NOT".
I purchased the recoil reduction bundle, and right away problems. The bolt would not hold open on the last round. I thought maybe not enough lubrication on the bolt and spring. After adding more lube, the bolt still would not hold open on the last round. Frustrated, I bagged my carbine up and decided to shoot something else. All the way home from the range, all I could think of was the fact that my gun worked fine until I installed the spring and buffer.
Changed my recoil spring back to the original, and on my next range visit, it still would not hold open occasionally. This time I removed the buffer, and replaced the original. Now I'm back to square one. Now no more problems.
Contacted MCARBO, they told me the "Recoil Reduction Bundle" was no longer available, and I received a refund for the spring by way of a credit. However, when I tried to use the credit it would not allow me to. In addition to that, the recoil spring is now missing from my orders tab in my account folder, and subsequently, now the credit is also gone.
As I said previously, the reduction bundle is no longer in my PC, and the only reduction I've experienced is in my bank account.
A Shock Buffer that does...
The M*Carbo shock buffer does soften the bolt assembly actuation relative to the factory original. It, in all probability, will reduce wear and tear on both the firearm and the operator. Simple replacement process no more complex than a thorough cleaning of the firearm. In conjunction with the M*Carbo stainless steel buffer retention clip will lessen the likely hood of down time at an inconvenient moment.
Top quality, as usual. Also, high praise for the DIY installation videos. Super helpful.
Ruger PC Carbine Shock Buffer
Easy installation with once again the video.
Great product guys. Where can I get the bundle pack? Or just the spring?
December 20, 2022 11:43 PM
We do not have a bundle pack or recoil springs anymore.
So Where Can I get the Spring that's " not included" ?? and why isn't it included ??
AF Vet March 13, 2022 12:31 AM
sure thing! you can try using a wooden dowel to assist, sometimes added leverage will make something that normally requires strength and dexterity much easier.. If you've got any other questions please do not hesitate to reach out to us at email@example.com, our responses are a little quicker via email! :)
Thank you for replying, YES, all the MCARBO upgrades I installed on my Ruger carbine work great. I would like to know why you changed the Carbine muzzle brake; the video showed a simpler install that most everyone could do. I installed the muzzle brake, and it works find, but I must tell you from a Senior Citizen viewpoint the original install video looked much, much easier. As for the sights on my Carbine I would suggest maybe your engineers/techs could find a solution to Ruger's problem with the sights on the Carbine, mine came way off as the rear sight is installed crooked and upon further inspection maybe the front sight is too. it's way too hard to remove them myself, I will not send this carbine back to Ruger and wait months to get it back and the way things are going in Washington I might never get it back. I installed a red dot sight and my groups improved 100 . I also installed a Magpul take down stock, a heads up for all you Senior Citizens with arthritis the Magpul G21 mag fits like a glove in the stock, so well I couldn't get it out with my hands being so bad, had to use a small screw driver ,suggest you stick to a G17 mag, or sand the stock ( a little at a time) to loosen the tension on the G21 mag now I can get it out ok . oh, another thing for a Senior Citizen to contend with is the take down itself, I have a real hard time pushing up on the lock to release the for end from the stock, I'm not going to mess with this, just live with it , if someone has found a fix for this please let me know, (a weaker spring maybe) . what do the experts at MCARBO suggest ?? thank you for listening , I feel us Seniors who still like to shoot sometimes get left out as we get older by the Gun industry , we still love shooting and I don't remember cancelling my Oath when I got out of the Military, it's still good till I die. keep up the good work Brothers .
Answered byAF Vet
/ April 13, 2022 2:44 PM
Unfortunately, there were some factory changes made by Ruger that deemed our springs not effective, which is why they have been discontinued. The rest of our upgrades will fit and function properly with the factory springs!