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ROMARM CUGIR WASR 10 ONLINE

(8 customer reviews)

$899.99

The Wassenaar Arrangement Semi-automatic Rifles (more commonly referred to as the WASR-series rifles) are manufactured in Romania.

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ROMARM CUGIR WASR 10 ONLINE

The Romarm Cugir wasr 10 may be a bare-bones AK, but it does have a few features that they didn’t have to add, but I’m glad they did. The barrel is chrome-lined for durability and longevity; it’s easy to clean, and those who fire a lot of corrosive surplus ammo will appreciate this. Our same unique product is this Glock 26 Gen 5 pistol online for sale. Therefore, you can easily get a Romarm Cugir WASR 10/22 cm-automatic rifle 7.62×39 mm for sale here.

A Romarm ak 47 rifle is currently worth an average price of $833.99 new and $828.95 used. The 12-month average price is $851.78 new and $902.40 used. The unique value of a WASR10 rifle has fallen ($128.83) dollars over the past 12 months to a price of $833.99.

A WASR AK47 rifle is currently worth an average price of $822.10 new and $732.52 used.

The Century Arms wasr 22 for sale is a semi-automatic Romanian AK-47. The AK platform is very popular thanks to its iconic looks, rugged design and powerful cartridge.

This purchase comes with 2 X 30 round magazines, Winchester XPR Hunter Mossy, a cleaning kit, sling and the owner’s manual.

UPC GDC0000015930
Caliber 7.62X39MM
Action SEMI AUTO
Capacity 30 ROUNDS
Barrel Length 16 BARREL
Weight 6.8 LBS.
Finish BLACK

8 reviews for ROMARM CUGIR WASR 10 ONLINE

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    William

    1st time buying a gun off here it was super easy it arrived at my FFL faster than I thought nothing but good things to say about midway and this sig rifle

    December 21, 2021
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    T REX

    I will use this weapon to hunt an invasive feral hogs population in TX. So far its working well on frozen water bottles and hot hands. I love how feel of this gun and its ability to hit targets at extended distances

    September 9, 2021
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    Tod

    So far completely reliable with all the cartridge combos i’ve tried. Various name brand 150’s in ballistic tip. Function and cycling have been flawless. The rifle feels balanced and very handy. However accuracy so far has been only so so. Not terrible by any means. I love the rifle and will keep it and work with it. Thanx

    May 5, 2021
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    Top Gunner

    I bought one of these last year. Put a 1×6 vortex on it. It likes 150 grain bullets. It’s real handy and I’ve used it to hunt deer, hogs, and predators. Also accepts Fnar mags.

    November 24, 2020
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    Brandon

    Bought one of these in .308 win. A few seasons back before midway started selling guns. Very accurate eaisy to load and the trigger is great! I hunted with a lightning BLR in 30-06 spring. before I got the BAR. Both are nice rifles and I am pleased with them. They are great deer rifles.

    November 17, 2019
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    Bob

    I have the Win SXR in 270WSM which is almost the same rifle, an FNAR, and a Browning Shortrac in .243 win. These all use the Browning action and barrel. All have been reliable and accurate, albeit finicky with some factory ammo. Since they are a semi, Browning gave a little more throat to land distance to the chamber. They seem to like fatter Ogives vice the ELDX, LRX, and VLD long range bullets that are popular now. I have taken deer at 300yds with both the .243 shortrac and 270WSM SXR using NOSLER ballistic tips and Hornady SST loaded longer than factory box ammo. The 270WSM is one of the best kept secrets for 300-500yd big game harvesting.

    November 17, 2019
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    Jim Carey

    Mine had iron sights and a riflescope mounted. It was in 30-06, naturally. The rifle handled well and felt light for its weight at approximately 9 lbs with optic. It was not just accurate for a semi-auto, it was accurate for a hunting rifle. With hand-loads, using Sierra Game Kings, I got 1 MOA to 1 1/2 MOA regularly at the range. It was pleasant to shoot, and follow-up shots were there without thinking about it. It was a beautiful rifle and I regretted selling it before it sold (hard financial times). I recommend this rifle whole-heartedly. I hope to replace mine someday. It is a shiny rifle, but the deer and elk didn’t mind at all.

    August 6, 2019
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    Charlie

    Had this firearm a number of years ago in sporter barrel, as sold here. For quick action deer hunting you can’t beat it. Mine was in .270 Win, and spot on at 100 yards with reloads, and fairly light bullets. Today you can run the ‘field’ using all copper to super heavy mixes of lead and copper/brass, but autoloaders can be very finicky about what they like. Sporter barrels are terrible performers on shots past the second shot due to barrel rise. Sometimes I thought my .270 ARCHED…. the shot pattern got so bad. Have shot BAR’s with heavier barrels that you could have treated as a machine gun and they stayed on target, but with the heavy barrel comes the heavier gun. Compared to what’s on the market today, the BAR will be something you can pass down to your children, and, they theirs. Keep that in mind.

    August 6, 2019
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