Gun Report

Just Right Carbines Gen 3 Takedown Carbine JRC9MPTDG3TBBL 9mm Luger

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GUN TESTS GRADE: A
The JR Carbine offered the best accuracy and more customization because it is compatible with some AR-15 aftermarket parts. It has the ability to be customized for a left- or right-handed shooter. Takedown is simple, but field-stripping is a bit cumbersome.

Just Right Carbines Gen 3 Takedown Carbine JRC9MPTDG3TBBL 9mm Luger

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The safety selector is similar to an AR-15's and was a cinch to manipulate.
The cocking handle is large and offers plenty of leverage when operating the JRC.
We used our support hand to manipulate the magazine button and reload magazines.
The magazine well is flared, which aids reloading.
The JRC Takedown comes apart easily, without tools, so it stores in small space.
The JRC looks like an AR-15 but uses a simple blowback mechanism. We opted for a Konus red dot optic because the JRC comes without sights.

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