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JLD Enterprises PTR-91 .308 Win.

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Clean, powerful, attractive, well-made, and reliable, the PTR-91 .308 was our pick as being one of the best adaptations of the roller-locking system. The rifle sure needed a trigger job, but these are easy to do on this modular firearm.

JLD Enterprises PTR-91 .308 Win.

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That’s an aluminum 20- round magazine, half the weight of all-steel ones. We liked the olive-drab-green furniture, and the excellent workmanship. Empties were thrown far forward, an aid to lefties.
The safety was relatively easy to get, though some wanted a longer lever. Note the clip on the forend for the three-point tactical sling.
The PTR-91 disassembled into this pile of parts in short order, with the pulling of three pins and the safety lever. The bolt comes apart more, if needed, as does the trigger group. Reassembly was a snap.
Some may want the normal V-notch open rear sight for fastest sighting in tactical uses of the PTR- 91. We liked the apertures for best accuracy and best sight picture. The sight stays put firmly once adjusted.

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