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Century WASR-10 7.62x39mm

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We wondered if ol' reliable would outshoot Sig's fancy new- school AK, and it did with one ammo. The Tapco G2 trigger was surprisingly good, our testers said. We'd change the buttstock.

Century WASR-10 7.62x39mm

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Yes, that is Sig's excellent Mini Red Dot Sight (STS-081, $199) riding atop the WASR-10. It's on a Midwest Industries AK Side Railed Scope Mount (CheaperThanDirt.com, #7-MIAKSM, $109). The scope mount fits on the rifle using the built-in receiver rail.
Here's one area the WASR-10 needs work. The fixed, laminated buttstock has a short LOP of 13 inches, and most of our shooters would like it a little longer. Also, the metal buttplate will pound the half-day shooter, so a rubber pad would help.

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