Infitech – New Ruger PC Carbine Aimpoint Micro Mount and a Handguard

    If you own a Ruger PC Carbine you know there may be issues to get the carbine to return to zero after you disassemble it.

    Infitech of Sweden just released a solution for this, and the picture below probably offers the best explanation. Instead of using the Picatinny on the receiver end, you use the barrel to mount the red dot.

    And on the Ruger PCC.

    For a good rifle, you need good optics!

    Therefore we are proud to announce our low profile mount for the Aimpoint Micro!
    It mounts to the barrel and ensures your sight stays on zero after the rifle has been taken apart.
    In stock right now at!

    Ruger PC Carbine Aimpoint Micro mount Product Description:

    Low profile mount for attaching an Aimpoint Micro or similar red dot sights* to the barrel of you Ruger PC Carbine.

    Replaces the rear sight using the factory mounting screws.

    Does not interfere with the takedown function and ensures the sight stays zeroed to the barrel.


    Machined from a billet of 6061-T6 aluminium, anodized matte black.

    Includes screws for attaching red dot.

    Sight not included.

    *Fits most sights using the same mounting interface as the Aimpoint Micro

    The price is set to $ 82.61 (in EU).

    EDIT: I understand that the price for customers in the USA, the price is around $ 65, as the VAT in Europe doesn’t have to be paid.


    Infitech also released two new handguard systems for the Ruger PC Carbine.

    So here you go dear customers, a sneak peek of not just one, but TWO handguard systems for the Ruger PC Carbine!

    The two variants are first, our own M-Lok handguard, and secondly an adapter that allows the usage of basically any AR15 handguard on the market.

    Want a slim rifle? No problem!
    Want to go all in tacticool? No problem!
    Want something in-between? No problem!

    And another option.

    Price and release dates for the handguard options are coming soon.

    You can find more information about Infitech here:

    What do you think of the mount for the Aimpoint Micro?

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    Eric B

    Ex-Arctic Ranger. Competitive practical shooter and hunter with a European focus. Always ready to increase my collection of modern semi-automatics, optics, thermals and suppressors. TCCC Certified. Occasionaly seen in a 6×6 Bug Out Vehicle, always with a big smile.