st1tcher wrote:I believe you can buy HK replacement parts and put in for far better performance and reliability. Nice buy! I was looking at getting one down the road.
Arkane wrote:FYI; Century builds the C93s out of demilled Malaysian HK33s. They use US made 1:9 barrels made by a few different manufacturers. Earlier builds had a Navy SEF lower however the latter models have a US made lower housing (discernible by the texturing on the grip). All internals otherwise come from the kits.
Rick Shaw wrote:Arkane wrote:FYI; Century builds the C93s out of demilled Malaysian HK33s. They use US made 1:9 barrels made by a few different manufacturers. Earlier builds had a Navy SEF lower however the latter models have a US made lower housing (discernible by the texturing on the grip). All internals otherwise come from the kits.
Mine is an earlier build than because it has the navy lower.
Rick Shaw wrote:For anybody interested.
For relible cycling of the C93, the Bolt gap (Space between the bolt head and carrier) Should be between .1 and .2. (If I'm wrong on the tolerence please correct me)
If Bolt gap is under .1, replace with over sized rollers. If over .2, replace with undersized rollers.
Rollers can be found at these two sources:
http://www.hkparts.net/shop/pc/HK-93-HK ... p-c171.htm
Here is a link to videos explaining how to measure bolt gap and how to replace the rollers.
http://www.militaryfirearm.com/Forum/sh ... .php?t=638
For about 15 bucks and 15 mins of installation, replacing the rollers is a great way to ensure your C93 isn't a jam o matic.
Here is a link to an in dept review of both ammo choice and the role of bolt gap in cycling;
http://hkpro.com/forum/showthread.php?1 ... ars.-Oh-My!
Hope this helps.
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J.C. wrote:I use this port buffer from Robert TRG on my PTR-91. It snaps on rock solid and appearance is pretty good. Every rifle should have these. I still dent the hell out of brass though I can only reload about 70% of recovered brass.
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