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Old 06-21-2010, 06:58 PM   #1
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I have a Century AK. I researched Century Arms and all I found were AKs. Is that all Century Arms makes?

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Old 06-21-2010, 07:15 PM   #2
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No, and i'm not sure that "makes" is the correct word. I was thinking they were more "import & modify" people, but i could be off on that.

Check out their website: Century International Arms, Inc. The show some AR-15 type rifles & a Makarov pistol & such, as well as some AK-type rifles.

http://www.centuryarms.biz/categories.asp?cat=66 Check out that section too, but you have to be an FFL to order from that, i bleve.

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They have made CETME's, HK-93 clones and Galil's that I know of. The CETME is what earned them their reputation for employing monkeys. They did not seem to understand the concept of a delayed roller blowback system at first. They seem to have pulled their heads out and are turning out a much better product now.
They cut their teeth as a Mil-Surp importer. I have a Turk Mauser that is stamped CAI.
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i also have a 3006 bolt action rifle that is stamped century arms and was told that they are a import company
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It seems they are best known for the AK Clones but they do have others. I thought they where more of an importer/ modified assembler.
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Century has imported milsurp rifles for decades before they began building sporters on US-made receivers from surplus battle rifle parts kits.

My Century CETME has performed flawlessly - apparently my assembler monkey had a good night before.....

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