Finally took the PSA AR-V9 to the Okeechobee range. It has a collapsible brace and 7" barrel.
The brace only extends a couple of inches and is the smallest ergonomics I could possibly use accurately.
I added a red dot and funny thing about chinky engineering vs. anybody else. It took me 50 rounds to dial it in. The dot came set from the factory all the way down and to the right. I had to turn it up and to the left 25+ clicks each way @ 15 yards. It should have been sent much closer to center infinity than dialed all the way to 135 degrees southeast. Once it was dialed in you cannot miss.
The pistol has little recoil. Next trip I will bring a 5.56 with 11" barrel and do a comparison.
This was the first time I ever shot an AR as I normally use commie milsup 7.62 x 39, shotguns or 10/22. Any enthusiast should own at least one PCC.
A laser bullet you load in the chamber at home or where ever, and zero the red dot there without ammo.
Then when you go to the range it is near zero at the same range. They are cheaper than ammo, I have one for every caliber.