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Century Arms M85 PAP Semi-automatic 556NATO 10" Steel Black
[HG3088N]
$460.00
by William M Date Added: Wednesday 25 December, 2013
Purchased this m85 pap 556 when it was on sale for 400$ shipped.. What a deal. Arrived in a cardboard box with a manual, cleaning rod, and 1 plastic magazine. All the parts have matching numbers and I believe all parts are new products. The wood furniture could use a coat of stain. The plastic mag is a pain to insert into the gun but the metal ones I ordered slide right in like butter.

Shooting this gun is a blast, its loud and shoots out some big old fireball from the muzzle. Sights were spot on from what I could tell. If you think your going to buy 223 tulammo and fire away in this gun think again. I don't think it has enough power to cycle the bolt all the way back because I was getting A FTF every other round.. tried some 556 federal and not one problem. It has a decent amount of kick but nothing to be scared of.

Front sight you can adjust elevation and windage. Rear sight has two different elevations settings. Has the classic ak safety on the right side that can slide up and hold the bolt open manually if you'd like. Grip is plastic but solid and rivets are right on receiver. Cleaning rod does not fit on this gun like the longer rifles.

This has to be one of the easiest guns I own to clean. Press the button on the back of the dust cover and it swings up on the gun like and undersold stock and stays in place. Unhook the spring and slide the bolt back and you are done, its stripped. Very cool. When the 762 version goes back on sale I'll order another.

Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
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