For sale, is my Century C93:
Included, is the rifle, four 40rd magazines, top mounting rail, cheek riser, extra stock, bayonet (not shown) and original carry handle. (not shown)
The FCG has been to Williams Trigger Specialties, where they performed their 'standard' trigger job. This turned the trigger from 'horrendous HK trigger,' to 'reasonable military rifle trigger.' Believe me, if you have ever felt a stock HK trigger, you will appreciate this upgrade.
I bought it new, and have fire approximately 400 rounds through it. It did have a few malfunctions, when I first got it, and when I confronted the dealer, it was determined that I had wiped all of the grease off, and had not re-lubricated the bolt.
It likes to be 'run wet,' and I have had no malfunctions since I introduced it to slipstream. All of the ammunition that I fired was new production, brass cased, non-corrosive.
The top rail is a 'low mount' design. When using a red dot sight, it is best to remove the cheek piece. (Just pops off) If you want to use a higher-mounting scope, just pop it back on...
Yes, I know that it's a Century, and they do not always have the best reputation, but think of it this way: I have already tested it out, so if any problems were to come up, hopefully they would have, by now.
$500 - the cost of a NIB C93, with one mag (plus shipping)
$100 - what one would easily spend on three extra magazines
$85 - the cost, including shipping, of the Williams trigger upgrade
$30 - top rail scope mount
$45 - cheek piece
$575, or $760? If you have any interest in buying an HK 93 clone, this is the time to act!
Thanks for looking!