Century Arms VSKA 7.62x39mm Semi-Automatic Rifle, Blk - RI3291-N
- Series/Collection: VSKA
- Action: Semi-Automatic
- Stock Type: American Maple Wood Buttstock
- Trigger Type: Century Arms RAK-1
- Magazine Capacity: 30+1
- Caliber/Gauge: 7.62x39mm
- Orientation: Right
- Safety: Lever
- Sight: Standard AKM
- Barrel Material: 4150 Chrome Molybdenum Steel
- Receiver Material: Stamped Steel
- Stock Material: Synthetic
- Barrel Finish: Black
- Stock Finish: Black
- Barrel Length: 16-1/2"
- Overall Length: 37-1/4"
- Bolt Carrier: S7 Steel
Re-engineered with critical components using machined S7 tool steel, a material so highly regarded for it's ability to withstand heavy duty action that it's used in excavator teeth and jack hammer tips. The VSKA rifle features an all new bolt carrier, front trunnion, and feed ramp machined from S7 tool steel and specially heat treated for maximum durability. S7, often referred to as a "Shock-Resisting Tool Steel", is commonly used for tools like chisels and jack hammer tips as it has maximum shock resistance and high compression strength, while retaining toughness. The front trunnion and bolt are machined from billet and exceeded the durability goals for the project. Additionally, the VSKA features a carburized 4140 steel bolt, a chrome-moly 4150 barrel, and sports the RAK-1 Enhanced Trigger Group for an impressive trigger pull. Along with a manganese-phosphate finish, Century adds a little style to the heavy-duty brute with an American Maple wood buttstock and forend.
- Carburized 4140 steel bolt
- S7 steel feed ramp
- Machined S7 tool steel plate front trunnion
- 1/16 inches stamped steel receiver
- Manganese phosphate finish
- Made in USA
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Magazines will be removed from firearms when shipping to states with magazine capacity restrictions.