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    Ever since putting my first rounds through my Century C93 I new that I had a good gun and decided to accessorize her. She is a great shooter and very accurate, I was pleasantly surprised how well she holds a group even during sustained fire and a hot barrel. In the past month I dressed her with:
    -POF folding bi-pod
    -HK33 grip assembly (Malasian contract), clipped & pinned by myself...easy to see that
    -TAPCO clone mount & scope (will hold me over until the German glass I ordered gets in)
    -Viking Tactics VTAC sling
    -AAC Blackout suppressor mount
    I don't think there is much else I can dress her with, but I do really need some 25 & 30 round magazines. I have 5 total 40 rounders but they are a bit long shooting from the bench and holding 2 boxes of ammo makes a full magazine a bit expensive. Anyway, this thread is pretty worthless without any pics so here they are!



    That is an AAC M4-2000 MOD 08 suppressor and even though the rifle is not gas operated/piston operated the suppression level is slightly less than an AR15...which is surprising to me as there isn't any extra places where gas would be exiting to make it louder. The only thing that I can think of is I might need another locking piece as the carrier might be allowing the bolt to open slightly sooner due to the extra back pressure. The picture of the shot group is from 40 rounds of sustained fire (1 round every 1-2 seconds) at 50 yards with open sights. I'm very happy that there wasn't any shot stringing or fliers. I think I got a good gun from Century...FINALLY!
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    That is fine looking piece of machinery. Glad you got something good from the knucledraggers at Century. I haven't had very good luck with any of their firearms, most notably the Golani.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sig1473 View Post
    I haven't had very good luck with any of their firearms, most notably the Golani.
    I got sucked in with one of those turds. I had to send it back twice before it would go through a magazine without some type of malfunction. It did finally run like a top after going back and forth a few times, but I ended up getting rid of it. This C93 really surprised the hell out of me as it worked perfectly right out of the box AND is very accurate.

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    That's a beautiful looking rig. Very nicely set up.

    I like my C93. It seems to be a well made gun.
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    Makes me wish I still had my 93,,,sniff,sniff,,,,Memories,,,,. Nice set up !!Glad to hear Century is putting out some good stuff.
    Before you sell that firearm,ask yourself, "can I afford another one if I ever wanted to replace it ?".

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    Nice looking setup. Congrats!

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    Thanks for the compliments! She feels a bit smoother since I put in some larger rollers as I got her with no bolt gap at all.

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    Mattitude
    you should have somebody shoot your 93 type with the suppresser on it..and
    have you stand back 20 or 30 yards..you will see it's fine...

    your locking piece is fine no need for any thing to be swaped out..
    it's just the 5.56/223 is a Hi speed fright train.. when standing nexed to it.

    nice looking set up..

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    Good to know that I don't need to swap out the locking piece. There is a difference shooting the M4-2000 on the 93 and on an AR-15, the 93 is a little bit louder. On the AR-15 the can is hearing safe (still get a sonic crack, but sounds like a .22LR high velocity round) but the 93 will slightly ring the ears. AAC advertises the M4-2000 MOD 08 can as one of the only hearing safe 5.56 cans available...which it is on my AR but not on the 93. It's not a big deal as I get much less blowback in the face with the 93 and is very comfortable with just "foamies" ear protection.

    Quote Originally Posted by Hk33 View Post
    Mattitude
    you should have somebody shoot your 93 type with the suppresser on it..and
    have you stand back 20 or 30 yards..you will see it's fine...

    your locking piece is fine no need for any thing to be swaped out..
    it's just the 5.56/223 is a Hi speed fright train.. when standing nexed to it.

    nice looking set up..

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    I hate the puff you get in the face .with the roller lock guns and suppressers.
    in 308 you get a Puff and smell with Some ammo..like Wolf that will make you want to lick burning wood...

    i have a YHM phantom on my 21... you dont need muffs. as it sorta sounds like a Movie Gun when shooting..But thats 308.


    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A6tZXnUZIhg
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