The rifle for sale is a CETME Battle Rifle with 2ea 20 Rd mags and one 5 Rd mag. It is in excellent working order and represents the advent of the modern NATO assault rifles. The caliber is 7.62x51 NATO or .308 Winchester.
This ITEM is sold without warranty by the Seller and the sale is final after a 3 day inspection at receiving dealer.
This inspection period is bound by Auction “Terms and Conditions”.
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"All 7.62mm CETME rifles are built around Vorgrimlers' roller delayed blowback system. This system employs a two parts bolt with two rollers. The front bolt part (bolt head) is relatively light and has a bolt face with extractor on it. It also has a hollow cavity at the rear, in which an inclined forward end of the rear part of the bolt (bolt body) is inserted. The system features two rollers, inserted from the sides into the bolt head and rested on the inclined forward end of the bolt body (see this diagram; it will pop up in the new window). When gun is fired, the pressure began to move the cartridge back against the bolt face. The rollers, which are extended into the recesses in the barrel extension, began to move inward into the bolt head, due to inclined shape of the recesses. This movement translates into the faster rearward movement of the heavier bolt body, so, at the initial moments of shot, when pressure in the chamber is still high, bolt face moves relatively slow. When pressure drops to a reasonable level, rollers disengage the barrel extension completely and from this moment on the bolt head and the bolt body move backward at the same speed, extracting and ejecting spent case and chambering a fresh cartridge on the way back. All CETME rifles are firing from the closed bolt. The trigger mechanism is hammer fired, and in military versions is capable in semi-automatic and fully automatic modes of fire. On the early models the safety / fire mode selector switch was located above the trigger at the right side of the gun. From the model C the safety / selector switch was relocated to the left side of the gun. The receiver is made from steel sheet stampings, as well as the trigger group housing, which is hinged to the receiver just behind the magazine housing. The rear sights are the 4 positions diopter sights, marked for 100 - 400 meters range. All rifles featured a wooden buttstock. Most rifles were issued with magazines of 20 rounds capacity and made of steel, but 30 rounds magazines also were available." Above info is abridged from http://world.guns.ru/assault/as60-e.htm
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This used item is sold without warranty by the Seller and the sale is final.
This inspection period is bound by Auction Arms “Terms and Conditions”.
Seller reserves right to not honor auction if Auction site is down on day of auction closing. Must be 21 Y.O.A. to buy. Shipping $35.00 + including mandatory insurance (Per AA Terms & Conditions).
Payment must be received within Seven (7)days of notification of successful bid.