Looking for a new short-barreled rifle? B&T USA is introducing new APC9 models with their newly released MBT telescoping and folding stock, with either a 6.9-inch or a longer 8.9-inch barrel. However, the biggest news is the new aluminum lower receiver with ambidextrous controls and a flared magazine well. Both models come with a tri-lug muzzle device attachment.
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B&T USA APC9 Models with New Aluminum Lowers
Tampa, FL – B&T USA is excited to announce it has released two all-new Limited Series platforms based upon the popular APC9 PRO submachine gun. These Limited models will be available in short-barreled rifle (SBR) configurations and feature a newly developed MBT folding and telescoping stock, a fully ambidextrous aluminum lower receiver with a flared magazine well and recontoured M-LOK compatible forends. The Limited Series consist of a 6.9-inch barrel model and a longer 8.9-inch variant; both feature tri-lug attachment systems compatible with B&T’s line of RBS9 tri-lug suppressors, and others featuring this attachment system.
“The heart of the new APC9 Limited guns is our new fully ambidextrous aluminum lower receiver featuring a highly functional flared magazine well similar in size and shape to our popular jet-funnel accessory yet formed directly into the receiver” said Chris Mudgett Vice President of Marketing, B&T USA. “We hit the sweet spot with the 8.9-inch variant with its longer slick forend and MBT stock; this combination makes for an extremely fast-handling, lightweight, ergonomic platform whose fit can be so dialed in, it feels like a natural extension.”
In addition to the new aluminum receiver set, M-LOK accessory slots are positioned at 3, 6, and 9 o’clock, an all-new folding telescopic MDT stock assembly with three-position adjustable cheek riser and eight length of pull settings offers the ultimate in functionality and dialed in ergonomics for shooters of all shapes, sizes, and preferences. A pair of QD sling cups adorn either side of the stock, while a rubberized buttstock offers a secure, yet comfortable purchase. A flat faced Elftmann Tactical trigger system round out these premium variants of our very popular APC9 that are being offered in finite quantities.
What do you think of this development? Do you prefer polymer or metal?