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Century Arms C91 Sporter 308 Win/7.62 NATO, $509 (Grade B June 2015)

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The Century rifle is worth the money. We traced a few short cycles to problematic magazines. Clearly, though, the PTR-91 is better finished and more accurate, if youíre willing to pay for it.

Century Arms C91 Sporter 308 Win/7.62 NATO, $509 (Grade B June 2015)

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The C91 has one advantage over the PTER-91, in that the grip is more ergonomic.
The welds on the C91 were just not as clean as the PTR's.
The original HK-style sight of the C91 is a good all-round combat sight. But it wasnít as adjustable as the PTRís rear.
The few malfunctions we had in the C91 were traced to magazines.
We shot the rifles a lot.

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