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C91 Information needed...

Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by screamingdemon, Dec 8, 2006.

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  1. screamingdemon

    screamingdemon Member

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    Ok, well I'll start by introducing myself. I'm Ryan and I currently have the enjoyment of owning a Century C91 (G3 Clone). From what I've read people normally crap talk the rifle because of Century Arms gorilla style of manufacturing crappy quality rifles. I can say for one that my rifle has been a great rifle since I've got it. The only complaints I have is the muzzle brake makes it way to loud to shoot enjoyably. Well further on the to the information I need.

    I was hoping someone on here knows the parts count on this rifle as to what parts are US on it. I know the stock, grip, forearm, and muzzle are. But other than that I'm not certain. I have plans to remove the current muzzle brake and put a US made flash hider. As well as a wide HK91 front forearm. I have ordered an HK91 rear stock so I can mount a sling on my rifle.

    This may sound stupid but can someone give me advice as to how to get these push pins out of the stock and forearm? The reason I'm asking is because I can't seem to get them out. I push in the little peice of wire and still nothing at all when I push.

    Thanx for your time,
    -Ryan
     
  2. eab

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    To get the push pins out to take off the stock, just tap them out with a plastic mallet or some non maring hammer. To get the stock off my Century Arms CETME I pounded the pins flush and then was able to pull them out.

    Sorry I can't help you out on the parts count though...
     
  3. screamingdemon

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    Thank you for your advice on the pushpin removal. It's my luck that I don't have a rubber mallet here. I guess I'll have to make a run to Walmart for one later today.

    I would be really glad if someone here could help me on the parts count as to what parts I'll need to replace to still be legal.

    Thanx again eab for your help...
    -Ryan
     
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