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    I'm looking at the C 93 223 from Classic Arms. I thank it's mads by Century.
    Any one know anything about this rifle.??? The price is about right, $699.00, but only if it's of good quality. Classic Arms Inc.
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    I've been looking at those too. I don't know anyone that has one though. I'd like to see a range report on it first, seeing how Century built it.

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    Aim has them for 599 and my friend got one. Needs some tweaking like most Century guns but he likes it.

    AIM Century C93 Sporter 5.56/.223 Rifle Century C93 Sporter 5.56/.223 Rifle

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    Real good price from Aims. If only we had a range report.
    Thank for the heads up Pat, I'm trying real hard not to by this rifle, but I have been ill with Gunagotahave for many years now, and I don't seem to be getting any better.
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    I have one and it is pretty good for the money. Mine has been both reliable and decently accurate. I only have about 250rds through it, but I am impressed so far. The build quality is pretty good. The one area where it falls short is the finish, mainly on the furniture. They basically painted it pretty thick on the furniture and it looks goofy. The finish on the gun looks okay, but I don't think it is very durable. Mine has some scraps under the carrying handle.

    So overall, I consider it a great 'kit' gun. Basically, if you go in knowing you will need to either upgrade or refinish the furniture & rifle, you will be happy with you purchase. But at half the price of a Vector, I would buy one and refinish it myself. In fact, I will eventually get around to refinishing it.

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    Thanks for the tips yellowcarbon. I will order one tomorrow, I'm most interested in the accuracy of it,as the refinish is a easy task for me.
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    Thumbs up C93

    I have one. For 1/4 the cost of a HK-93, the finish is exc. and the function is also exc. With the original HK 33 barrels being used ( w/ the grenade launching rimg intact), it's a deal.

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    They are US made barrels, the originals were torched.

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    This is an interesting thread with a lot of good info.

    But why is it in the classifieds section????
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    The US Barrels are they chrome lined?

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