C39V2 2500 Rounds Later: Drop Me Down! 17/09/24 at 10.00am / by Rob Ski / 6 Comments C39V2 2500 Rounds Later: Drop Me Down! Full video below. Support Union! Shop in our Store!
Love the channel and what you guys do! I don’t know what tests you guys are planning next but I would love to see you guys test either a Draco or M92 Pap pistol. Maybe even a side by side test to show the pros and cons of each since they sit at a similar price point.
Thanks for keeping both the average and experienced shooter informed and keep doing what you do!
I heard that a polish bolt and bolt carrier fit these rifles and that they made a damn fine rifle but that is hear say. Now being able to find those parts now may be easier said than done I don’t know
My take is that Polish AK’s are one of the best, absolute top tier, with the Hungarian & Russian models. So, what you heard is right. MILSPEC Polish AK’s are stronger than any M4 will ever be or in other words, no U.S rifle is or can ever be as strong as a Polish AK – it is literally impossible. The parts are galactically strong.
Thank’s for the video, I’m following the C39 series.
Did you use the Rifle Dynamics M4 Stock adapter?
No, Definitive Arms Vepr one (modded)
The first thing that I did two years ago to my C39V2 was polish the chrome plating on the gas piston ….
I was able to see the possible scratching of the gas tube coming …. everyone needs to do this to prevent
gouging in the gas tube before firing …. just one more careless mistake from the bean counters at Century !
It appears that replacing the bolt and carrier with a good quality ” forged bolt and carrier ” wold solve most
of Century’s major short-comings with this rifle , but I would not hold my breath .
My advice would be : Do not spend more than $550 for this C39v2 rifle , until Century decides to stop putting
cast , critical components in their rifles …. It Is Our Money , Century Arms ! …. Are you listening Century !