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Old 03-16-2010, 01:16 AM   #11
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The Wasr2 is also chrome lined.
Every Romanian AK I have ever seen has had a chrome lined barrel. Not saying they don't exist with out. All modern Romanian AKs are very similar.
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WASR's are imported as 10 shot single stacks. Many are modified once here to accept AK hi-caps. The modification is pretty easy. Once modified, they fall under Federal section 922R and will require some parts get changed out so that no more than 10 parts are imported.
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I own a WASR10 from century arms
its not of the highest quality but it gets the job done and i love it
accurate and dependable
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Century is known to employ lower primates (monkeys) to assemble their firearms. This rep primarily comes from the CETMEs they butchered in years past. AK's are hard to screw up too badly. Hell, they make them in huts in Pakistan, how hard can it be?
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And that's one more reason they are so beautiful. They can resist even the most powerful of stupidity!
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Century is known to employ lower primates (monkeys) to assemble their firearms. This rep primarily comes from the CETMEs they butchered in years past. AK's are hard to screw up too badly. Hell, they make them in huts in Pakistan, how hard can it be?
that's too funny. ha
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