Century Arms Brings AES10B & PSL Rifles Back to the U.S. Market

Century Arms AES10B & PSL Rifles
Century Arms AES10B & PSL Rifles

DELRAY BEACH, Florida – -(AmmoLand.com)- Century Arms, North America’s premier AK manufacturer, is excited to announce availability of newly manufactured models of the highly sought after AES10B 7.62x39mm and PSL 7.62x54R rifles from Romania.

The AES10B is modeled after the Romanian version of the RPK, features a heavy barrel profile, RPK bipod, clubfoot stock, and will ship with a 30-round magazine. The PSL is also modeled after the RPK rifle, but in the 7.62x54R cartridge and paired with a new Russian PO4x24 optic.

“We haven’t brought in the AES10B or PSL rifles in many years. AES10B availability has dried up due to a lack of the parts kits used to build them and surplus PSL rifles are being sent to other parts of the world before we are able to acquire them,” said William Sucher, the company’s Vice President of Business Development.

“We have continued to look for a solution for the American market due to the high demand for these models even though the days of low-priced surplus options are long gone. After reviewing all options and working with the manufacturer, we were able to acquire and bring in small quantities of these as newly manufactured rifles, albeit at a higher price, but still uniquely rare and desirable.”

Century Arms will have a limited quantity of these newly manufactured rifles and have sold out of the initial shipments. If you are a dealer please contact your local distributor to acquire an AES10B or PSL rifle while supplies last.

To learn more about the AES10B, PSL and Century’s other models, please visit CenturyArms.com.

Century Arms PSL 54 Rifle
Century Arms PSL 54 Rifle

Century ArmsAbout Century Arms

Born over 50 years ago with its roots in the surplus business, Century Arms has an extensive history of providing unique and affordable products to the American Collector, Hunter, and Target Shooter. That tradition is carried on today, with a state of the art manufacturing facility located in the U.S.A, as the company continues to offer unique, innovative, and quality products to the U.S. Consumer and U.S. Government.

For additional information on Century Arms, visit us online at centuryarms.com.

  • 9 thoughts on “Century Arms Brings AES10B & PSL Rifles Back to the U.S. Market

    1. Did Classic over-estimate the demand for a PSL?, because they want $3,000, so did the value of mine just increase? Magazines for PSL are hard to come by, they ship their PSL with one, and nowhere on their site can you buy another. I have seen mags for $80+ each, and the issue is you have to get a mag that’s been “tuned” to the gun. I guess I got lucky when I bought mine because it came with 4 mags that all work great. PSL is a great fun gun, but it’s not a MOA gun, more like 1.5-1.8. Still it’s a must for anyone into COM-BOC military weapons.

    2. I hope the quality control has improved at Century. I bought one of their 5.45×39 Polish Tantals a number of years ago and it wouldn’t shoot for squat because they removed the good polish barrel and replaced it with a barrel with a bore size that wouldn’t stabilize the ammo.

      1. And there, I believe, you’ve hit on the all important point. Why purchase that, from Century, when you can purchase something far more accurate that is manufactured here with proven customer service? That’s not to say I’m “buy American only”, I own plenty of foreign guns but for the money and what you get, unles it’s just the “unique” factor, I’d also stick with an M1A. (Probably match barrel)

        1. I’ve got two, one with synthetic stock and the other wood (with match grade barrel). I guess I’m ahead of the game. Both excellent shooters, as they should be. I love me some M1a’s.

    3. I sure hope the quality control and parts are better at the manufacturing level than it used to be… I bought one of the PSL rifles 10 or more years ago.. send it back twice because of poor parts and quality control.. then allowed gunsmiths to make a project out of it.. luckily ran up on a Romanian guy that knew a lot about them and got it tuned… then I sold it and never looked back..

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