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CIA HG3088-N M85 PAP 30+1 .223 REM/5.56 NATO 10"

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Model: HG3088-N
Condition: Factory New
Bud's Item Number: 411552424
UPC: 787450221086

CIA HG3088-N M85 PAP 30+1 .223 REM/5.56 NATO  10\
CIA HG3088-N M85 PAP 30+1 .223 REM/5.56 NATO  10\

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Overall Length: 19.3"

Finish Black
Type Semi-Automatic
Action Not Listed
Caliber 5.56X45 mm
Barrel Length 10"
Capacity 30 + 1
Safety Lever
Grips Black
Sights Adjustable
Finish Camo ODG and Black
Type Single Shot
Action Single
Caliber 22 Mag
Barrel Length 9.05"
Capacity 12+1/17+1
Safety Manual Thumb
Grips Customizable
Sights Flip-Up Iron Sights
Finish Gray Cerakote
Type Pistol
Action Lever
Caliber 270 Winchester
Barrel Length 3.42"
Capacity 7+1/9+1
Safety Loaded Chamber Indicator
Grips G10 Thin Colt Logo
Sights Night Sights

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37 Reviews. Average Rating:    4.7 of 5 Stars!
5 stars:
76% (28 of 37)
4 stars:
22% (8 of 37)
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Reviewed By: on 01/11/2014
Rating:     2 of 5 Stars!

The Zastava M85 PAP gets three stars from me. I cleaned her up (only a few spots of cosmoline, the rest was pretty clear) and she *seems* to be a smooth operator. I will find out next weekend if she functions properly.

Reviewed By: on 12/19/2013
Rating:     3 of 5 Stars!

Just got off the phone with a Bud's customer service rep. While I am very happy with the Firearm I purchased, I did not receive the "FREE" muzzle brake that was to be included with the order. Email and phone contact suggests they "ran out of them" and since it was to be "free" they would not supply it or substitute for it. They did, however, have enough of a surplus to offer it as a purchase for $24.99, but they are also out of those also. I guess there really is no such thing as a free lunch, especially at Buds. No way to treat a returning customer, guys. On a more positive note, the firearm is fast, loud, and wicked. Truly the weapon to have when you don't need a daily driver.

Reviewed By: on 08/12/2017
Rating:     4 of 5 Stars!

shoots great....awesome little gun....took the hardwood fur nature off and added aftermarket aluminum hand guards w/rails......mine is not the mod2 and comes w/a proprietary mag.....not like the newer mods that will take standard M4 mags..........huge bummer. mags, are at best, hard to find...... tapped the rear sight and put on a red dot.....another advantage over some competitors..... excellent firearm.....well worth the money......downgrading to 4* due to mag incompatibility/unavailability issues...

Reviewed By: on 10/05/2013
Rating:     4 of 5 Stars!

Great Buy. Great gun for the money. Shot great right out of the box. I like the fact that it is a 5.56 nato.

Reviewed By: on 03/04/2013
Rating:     4 of 5 Stars!

Ordered last Thursday and picked it up today. 5 stars for Bud's as always! The gun is awesome, sturdy, shoots great. I put 100 rounds thru it as soon as I got it without any problem. The reason I gave it 4/5 stars is because the magazine it came with is cheap rinky dink plastic, whereas all the zastava century arms I looked at came with 2 steel heavy duty mags.

Reviewed By: on 01/06/2015
Rating:     4 of 5 Stars!

Weapon is a five! It is in a plain cardboard box not even a Logo,No lock. Thank you

Reviewed By: on 12/29/2014
Rating:     4 of 5 Stars!

Bought two. Had to steam out some dings, sand, and finish the forends as they were unfinished. Used tung oil for that. Needed a brass punch to move the lever for the lower handguard on both as the retaining cut is at an angle and slightly too far back, which was quickly resolved with a round file. One had some scratches on the finish due to the cleaning rod bouncing around during shipment. The rod itself was bent in three places and was trash. One needed the top cover straightened as it was torqued. Both top covers needed the front rivet for the hinge filed as they were hitting the bolt carrier. They are all flat on my original parts kit. Both front sight gas blocks are off a little to the right and I will straighten later as I have done for a friend so I knew this going in. Sights are adjusted on, but my OCD doesn't like that. Upon cutting the weld and removing the thread protector, I found that the protector was rusted badly, but only the finish was marred on the gas block. SBR paperwork is back. Now waiting on getting them engraved so I can put a folding stock on both after adding Hogue grips, G2 internals, and US krink brake for 922r compliance. Far cheaper than buying a kit and rolling your own even if you have all the tools like I do. The raised area around the firing pin hole on the bolt face will trash your brass. It is intended to prevent primers from backing out on commercial ammo. Oh, and the included mag is junk. Buy original mags from Bud's. They actually work.

Reviewed By: on 12/29/2014
Rating:     4 of 5 Stars!

For the money, a fun firearm. The sights are awful, but you don't buy a piece like this for marksmanship anyway, right? Loud as hell, reasonably accurate. Plan on giving it a real good cleaning and oiling before you go to the range.

Reviewed By: on 12/30/2013
Rating:     4 of 5 Stars!

I had heard a lot of mixed opinions on the 556/223 round in the AK platform, so for starters either it's all a myth or I got a good gun because this thing cycles flawlessly. It eats 556/223 without fail, of course I've only tried two brands of 556 and one brand of 223 [ American Eagle/Independence 556 and Herters 223 ] but regardless, it lives up to the AK standard I was looking for. It's basically a heavy chunk of metal/wood that slings bullets and will take a beating. Simple to take apart and clean, etc. This thing is completely modifiable--I've ordered a quad rail, Hogue grip, foregrip/flashlight combo and a green side-mount laser to aid with hip fire accuracy. Outside of it being so cheap I couldn't resist buying, I wanted some serious firepower I could leave in my car in case a situation would occur that my CCL 1911 wouldn't be enough. All said and done I've invested about $600 in this gun and it's every bit the monster my $1500 AR15s are with the exception of accuracy at long range(even then with practice I could probably manage to be combat accurate at 100 yards) There is ONE down-side to ordering this gun, it comes with a very cheap feeling plastic magazine that has one of the tightest springs I've ever came across. It still works fine. I don't use a loader, I use my hands and around the 25th round it was killing me to continue loading this magazine, still got all 30 in there but was a pain. However, Buds offers steel magazines for this weapon at $16 each, I bought two when I bought the gun and am buying two more(actually why I'm on the site, decided to go ahead and review the gun while I was at it) The steel mags are the same quality as any steel AR mag I've ever came across. I would possibly like to see Pmags for this weapon but that's another story. Anyways 4 stars for the magazine, great gun, great deal. I'd buy two if I had 4 arms. lol

Reviewed By: on 12/29/2013
Rating:     4 of 5 Stars!

Arrived within a week. Has moderate recoil. I ordered the steel magazine but I actually like the polymer magazine that comes with it better. Cycles smoothly. Little chip in the woodwork. Very nice gun for $ and a lot of fun.

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