B&T Spc9 Pdw Pistol 9mm
The b&t spc9 ships in a hard case with two magazines, cleaning kit, user’s manual, sling, and removable suppressor,The SPC9 uses the same lower as the already popular APC9 family of firearms While multiple variants will be available that accept other popular pattern pistol magazines, my review copy came with two B&T pattern 30-round magazines with bumpers.
b&t spc9 comes as either a factory SBR with or as a pistol with a tailhook brace. Both variants have the same MSRP and are three-position adjustable.
On the rear of the telestock is some heavy anti-slip texturing that acts and feels like a 3M anti-slip tape.
This does a great job of keeping the stock secure when shouldered but could damage your cashmere dinner jacket if you’re not careful.To deploy the telestock, simply pull the end rearward past each audible click to adjust the stock to your length of pull. Collapsing the stock is easy.
Push the oversized button just rear of the QD sling attachment point at the base and let gravity do the rest. I probably did this a couple hundred times.
Of all the telescoping stocks I’ve used, this is my absolute favorite. The rear of the upper houses the new hydraulic buffer system to dampen or lower the recoil impulse.
This is where we start to see design features from other pattern firearms incorporated into the SPC.There are two ways to charge the bolt on the SPC9.
The first is an ambidextrous BCM gunfighter AR-pattern charging handle at the rear of the upper receiver. The nice thing about this design is you can swap this out for any AR-15 charging handle.This applies to the grip as well. While I liked the B&T factory grip, it’s easily swappable.