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The Century Arms C39V2 is an American designed AK also manufactured 100 percent in the United States. The receiver is milled steel and the 16.5 barrel is 4150 Chromoly steel. Chambered in 7.62x39mm the C39V2 features a standard 30 round magazine with 10 round magazines available to meet state compliance standards. The Chevron muzzle brake reduces recoil and the AK side scope rail mount is four times as reliable as traditional side mounts.
100 American made - Barrel 1.10 twist concentric LH 14x1 metric thread and ready for a variety of muzzle attachments - Chrome moly 4150 nitride treated barrel - Milled 4140 ordnance quality steel receiver - 1st AK side scope rail mount to offer a return to zero capability also offers four times clamping improvement over traditional side scope rail mounts and improves sight acquisition for follow-up shots - RAK-1 Enhanced Trigger Group - Larger T shaped magazine catch - Compatibility with AKM furniture - Standard AKM sights - Retaining plate - Bolt hold-open notch on the safety selector - Proprietary Chevron muzzle brake - Bolt carrier tail heat treated to ensure maximum performance and life - Accepts all standard AK mags. - Comes with one 30 rd. mag. - Barrel 16.5 with a 1.10 twist Overall 37.25 Weight 8.05 lbs.
This C39 V2 from Century Arms is an entirely American-made AK-style rifle. Merely awaiting a sling, should one be desired, this rifle is in excellent condition, and is well suited to a variety of tasks.
1-30 RD MAGAZINE
|Barrel Length||16.5" Barrel|
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