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Century M64 RPK Semi Auto Rifle 7.62x39 23.25" Barrel 30 Rounds Laminated Wood Furniture Bipod Black RI2109X

Century International Arms
Typically ships within 3 to 5 business days when a valid FFL is received
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  • Purchasing a Firearm Online
This surplus M64 by Century Arms is built to be as close to a factory "Polish" RPK as you can get. Made with a new chrome lined US barrel, oiled laminated wood stock set and the standard bipod and 30 round magazine. Get your real RPK before they're gone forever.

Specifications and Features:
23.25" Chrome lined new barrel
New US made receiver
1:10 Twist
30 Round Magazine
Foldable adjustable bipod
U-Notch Tangent Sights
Oiled satin laminated wood furniture
Matte black finish
42" Overall
9.9 lbs

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Total number of Reviews: 4

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5.0 5
"Just received the rifle, UPS as always beat the hell out of the box. Not a lot of protection in the box around the rifle, but the Rifle is not damaged to my surprise. The wood is beautiful, and I can't wait to hit the range. I recommend this one."
5.0 5
"this is one beautiful gun . its very well built . the bipod is great . it is much prettier than the picture . seems to be extremely durable . it was missing the cleaning rod but still got five bullets because this gun is so beautiful . it came with one old school metal magazine and one tapco polymer magazine , I love the polymer mags . this gun is way better than the picture . id give it ten bullets if I could ."
4.0 5
"Overall the weapon is a beautiful example of the AK design. The wood is just outstanding, the metal was clean and well oiled. Two magazines came with the gun. Both of them as well as my 75 rd drums fit securely and feed without issue. The longer barrel really tightens up the usual AK group. Love it. What I didn't love and thus 4 instead of 5 stars is the shipping damage. The outer UPS box was in great condition, the inner box was beat to hell to the point the front sight post was out and one ear was bent in to almost touching the post. Some grunt engineering the got it back to reasonable position. Some work at the range and got it aiming true"
5.0 5
"Awesome weapon. It's easy to bump-fire and it accepts AK 75-round drum mags. I was in the market for an AK type rifle due to the price-per-round being significantly less expensive, and stumbled upon this beauty. Essentially a roided-up AK, it has a heavier (chrome -lined) barrel with an integral bipod. I enjoy long distance shooting, but this thing is a close second. It's hard to top sending bursts of 7.62 down range. Slapped a 74-style brake on it to control the bounce in the prone position, recon by fire, GO! You won't be disappointed."