Century International Arms Centurion 39 Sporter

Century International Arms Centurion 39 Sporter

Imported AKs are a dime a dozen, but now we have a domestic Kalashnikov built entirely from U.S.-made parts.

By SI Staff (RSS)
April 22, 2011

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3 Responses to Century International Arms Centurion 39 Sporter

  1. Pingback: Century International Arms Centurion 39 Sporter | Shooting Illustrated

  2. Claude Pugh says:

    Love it. Have put hundreds of rounds through it and not one FTF. Amazing accuracy! I was so surprised. Fires any type ammo from any magazine or drum. Built like a tank! Thanks for a wonderful AK.

  3. Johnny Geetar says:

    I bought the Centurion pistol, and that thing SMOKES! Would highly recommend over a Draco or Yugo M-92 PAP. The pistol is an outstanding choice for a home defense weapon as well. My M-10 AK is too long for my girls to handle properly. My girls can handle TIHS one. It’s the same gun as the 39 sporter above, but wuth a shorter barrel and no buttstock. Surprised with the accuracy of the thing due to the shorter barrel, and for it’s purpose, is outstanding. I had reservations about that shark fin frontsight, but the thing is balls-on! It’s a tad pricier than the Dracos and Yugos, but if you planning on adding sling sttachments, tac railing and other stuff to a Draco, this baby ALREADY COMES WITH ALL THAT, WITH a factory fit and warranty. In the end, i think it was cheaper to buy the Centurion already decked out! A little weighty, but i LIKE my firearms that way. I can;t stand AR-15′s becuase they feel like i’m bringing a badmitton racket to battery……. If you’re gonna invest scarce dollars into an AK that will meet the challenge for durability and performance, SPEND THE MONEY ON ONE OF THESE!

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