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Century Arms Arcus 98DA Semi Automatic Pistol 9mm Luger 4.66" Barrel 15 Rounds Polymer Grips Duo Tone Finish New HG1014T-N

 
Century International Arms
HG1014TN
787450078956
8-CENT-HG1014TN
Ships from Warehouse 8
Typically ships within 3 to 5 business days when a valid FFL is received
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The Century Arms Arcus 98DA Semi Automatic Pistol is an excellent choice for defense, conceal carry, and recreational shooting. Chambered in the hard hitting 9mm Luger and with a 15 round magazine the Century Arms Arcus 98DA is ready for what ever task is at hand. This is a quality firearm made of quality components in a ISO 9000 Certified Factory proving once again that Turkish Firearms have come a long way and are worthy of your hard earned dollar.

Specifications and Features:
Century Arms Arcus 98DA
9mm Luger
4.66" Barrel
7.99? Overall Length
33.5 oz Empty
15 Rounds
Traditional Double Action, Single Action Trigger
3 Dot Sights

 
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Total number of Reviews: 1

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"I found both pros and cons in this pistol. First off - it is NOT made in Turkey, but rather in Bulgaria. Although I have great things to say about the one example I have of a new generation Turkish firearm - I don't know a heck of a lot about Bulgarian. Time will tell I guess. I am given to understand the Arcus 98DA is now the recently acquired standard issue sidearm of both the Iraqi military and police. That's not a guarantee - it was stated in an article I read. This is a full size handgun so the length of the barrel is not ideal for concealed carry - but it is also slim enough you could get away with it. I wouldn't want to carry it all day long though. I had only one FTF in the 30 rounds I put through it - and it is my experience that many pistols have a bit of a glitchy break in - so I'm not really concerned. I don't think it's chronic. Although I didn't secure it to a bench to get truly accurate groupings, my results at 50 feet were very acceptable. It'll hit what you hope to. It's a natural aimer for my hand which is a bit on the large side. Do not expect to be impressed with the magazines They are a couple of thin steel boxes with springs in them. The followers are not anti-tilt which will become apparent the first time you load one. Instead of a series of holes in the back of the mag to indicate round count it only has one showing fully loaded. Most of us can deal with counting to 15 well enough, but I noticed so I mentioned it. Sliding the mag home isn't smooth as silk either. In fact I think they test fired both new mags - because the finish along both of them are scratched and you can feel them grate while sliding in or out. Metal and poly body with a hardy enough plastic / rubber grip - and significant enough \"checkering\" - or whatever you want to call molded bumps to prevent it moving around in a sweaty palm. This is a double action pistol which is certainly worth mentioning. There are a couple of less than uniform spots of finish - and an a..."