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CIA HG3088-N M85 PAP 30+1 223REM/5.56NATO 10"
[HG3088-N]
$470.00
by Jeremy T Date Added: Monday 30 December, 2013
I ordered this gun when it was on sale for $400 and what a bargain. I am so thankful for the friend of mine who told me about it. I only hope I don't regret not getting two of them!

I took this out 3 days ago and shot for a couple of hours. It performed flawlessly. For the reviewer who said his didn't cycle using 223 TulAmmo, that is what I was shooting and had no issues, not even a single failure. Now, I was not using the magazine that came with it. I purchased two of the steel magazines and was using those. I wanted to state that here, so maybe give yours another try with that ammo. That way you don’t have to shoot up a bunch of brass if you don’t have to. We also shot another brand off steel (that I cannot remember) and it was fine as well.

Shooting this was a blast, no pun intended. I only wish it didn’t get dark on us so fast. It was pretty darn accurate. When it wasn’t on target, it was probably more the user than the gun. My friend has the 7.62x39 version of this gun and we shot that as well. The recoil is less with the 5.56 version, a plus in order to get my fiancé to shoot it. All in all I am very impressed with this gun. It was awesome shooting it right before dark too, because it turned into a nice little flame thrower. I purchased the PAP Pistol Krinkov Style Muzzle Brake for it, now if only I can figure out how to install that. I think I may have to grind the weld off the factory one in order to remove it and install this new one.

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