“The TG9 idea really came from the ongoing requests of our customers,” Volquartsen President Scott Volquartsen said. “For over a year now, we were receiving requests from customers asking about a trigger group for the Ruger PC9 or if there was a way they could modify our TG2000 to work in that platform.”
Like the company's original TG2000 trigger designed for the Ruger 10/22, the Volquartsen TG9 trigger group features a self-contained housing machined from 6061 aluminum and treated with a Type II anodized finish. The internal components of the unit are wire-EDM cut to meet exact dimensions, providing shooters with a clean, crisp trigger pull weighing in at 2.25 pounds. Users can also adjust the pre-travel and overtravel distance of the trigger to meet their needs. An internal reset mechanism also eliminates the drag and inconsistency of a traditional trigger plunger.
The entire unit drops into any standard Ruger PC Carbine without any special tools or gunsmithing work required. The total weight of the trigger unit is 6 ounces, and the TG9 features an all-black finish. Each trigger group is made in the USA, and the suggested retail price on the upgrade is $273. The Volquartsen TG9 will be available to consumers starting in mid-April 2019. To reserve a place in the production queue, consumers can pre-order a trigger at the company's website here.