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PTR PTR-91 G.I. 915304 308 Win./7.62 NATO, $850

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The PTR 91 G.I. is a great rifle. As advertised, it came out of the box demanding a modest break-in period. Once broken in, the rifle gave excellent reliability and accuracy. The adjustable sights and muzzle brake are good additions to the rifle and give it a leg up on the Century rifle. The lifetime warranty on internal parts is attractive.

PTR PTR-91 G.I. 915304 308 Win./7.62 NATO, $850

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The PTR-91 rear sight features additional adjustment. We felt this is an advantage.
The new PTR-91 safety seems a cleaner design than the C91's.
No question that the PTR-91 shows better execution in welds and other finishing.
The Black Hills 175-grain Match and the PTR-91 proved to be the most accurate.
Note the dent in a case caught by the bolt in a short cycle. This occurred while breaking in the PTR-91 rifle, per instructions.

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