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firearmsforsale.com had N-PAP's for $443 delivered. They have the plastic stock set and non-bulged front trunnions. It was too good of a deal to pass up, so I had to get another Yugo.
CENT ZASTAVA NPAP 16.25" 7.62X39 BLK SYN 30RD
The price shows $467, but then it starts some sort of timer and takes 5% off. If it doesn't do that, try the coupon code "five-off".
 

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Thanks for the heads up.

These factory Yugs? I'm still wary of anything bearing the Century stamps.
 

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Hmmm. This is the only model that they are offering for a stupid low price. Makes me wonder if something is up, like these are Gen 1 guns with a single stack bolt. Almost unpassuppable.
 

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Their PAP pistols are selling for $400 to $420.

I already have a N-PAP with a wood stock set. I'll let you know how this one compares.
 

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doesn't Century build the N-pap rifles?
 

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No, the "PAP" rifles are made in Serbia, but modified for sec922 compliance in the US.
 

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These have the three rivet rear trunnion pattern right? I'd pay $100 for the trunnion if any of you want the rest of the parts.
 

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These have the three rivet rear trunnion pattern right? I'd pay $100 for the trunnion if any of you want the rest of the parts.
I'm betting you're wanting this for a fixed stock M95 build? If so, wouldn't it be too wide?
 

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A good machinist could take down .25mm on each side.
Yes, but I was thinking more of my skill level.:D So, are you wanting one for a fixed stock M95 build? As cheap as these are, I'm thinking about parting one out.
 

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Why did the factory build these without using the bulged trunnion as in the M-70 series ?
 

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Why did the factory build these without using the bulged trunnion as in the M-70 series ?
They've made them both ways in the past. The bulged trunnions might have something to do with being stronger for the grenade launchers.
 

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I picked up mine today. Very nice, especially for the price.

A good machinist could take down .25mm on each side.
I took a look at the rear trunnion. It's already pretty thin to begin with.
 

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I picked up mine today. Very nice, especially for the price.


I took a look at the rear trunnion. It's already pretty thin to begin with.
.020" off each side will have no effect on strength. I have done it before on under and sidefolders.
 

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Do these have a bayonet lug? The NPAP pictures at J&G sales show a neutered lug.
 
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