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Posted: 6/3/2001 10:30:25 PM EST
I copied the description below from [url]www.youngsguns.com[/url] and was wondering if the company making the receivers is Century Arms? From the describtion of the company, see bold and underlined text below, does anyone know?
These rifles are assembled using new, original parts and selected U.S. parts so they conform to all U.S. Federal requirements. They feature a compensator for recoil reduction and fast target acquisition during semi-auto fire. The buttstock and handguard are of select hardwood. All CETME rifles, like the G3, are a roller lock, delay blow back, design with fluted chambers for reliable functioning even in the worst conditions. Every CETME rifle is headspaced and test fired before it is shipped. These are built using a precision cast, 17-4 stainless steel receiver. This receiver is produced using the latest vacuum cast technology by one of the [b][u]leading aerospace casting firms in the U.S.A.[/u][/b] Each casting is hot straightened to ensure flawless functioning and heat treated to 42-47 RC for superior strength and wear resistance. The rifle is finished with a baked on gray/black paint just like the H&K process. We have included attachments for mounting the German claw mounts. Comes with 2 - 20 rd. mags. and pouch. Barrel: 19.5", Overall: 40 3/4". Weight: 9.7 lbs.
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