Century Arms Announces New Lifetime Warranty for VSKA AK Rifle

Century Arms Announces New Lifetime Warranty for VSKA AK Rifle
Century Arms Announces New Lifetime Warranty for VSKA AK Rifle

DELRAY BEACH, Florida-(Ammoland.com)- Century Arms, North America’s premier AK manufacturer, is proud to announce their new heavy duty AK rifle, the VSKA, is now backed with a Lifetime Warranty.

Announced in October 2018, the 2019 VSKA (vis-kuh) from Century Arms represents the latest in an American-built AK rifle. Critical components are machined from S7 tool steel, including the bolt carrier, front trunnion and feed ramp, all heat-treated for maximum durability. S7, often referred to as a “Shock-Resisting Tool Steel,” is commonly used for tools like chisels and jackhammer tips as it has maximum shock resistance and high compression strength, while retaining toughness. The front trunnion and bolt are machined from billet and exceeded the durability goals for the project. Additionally, the VSKA features a nitro-carburized 4140 steel bolt, a chrome-moly 4150 barrel, and sports the RAK-1 Enhanced Trigger Group for an impressive trigger pull. Along with a magnesium-phosphate finish, Century adds a little style to the heavy-duty brute with an American Maple wood buttstock and forend.

Each VSKA ships with one 30-round standard-capacity magazine and has an MSRP of $735.95.

“We are extremely proud of this product and the value it delivers to AK enthusiasts”, says Jason Karvois, Director of Sales for Century Arms. “The addition of this new lifetime warranty to every VSKA backs our belief that this rifle, whose development included an unprecedented level of testing for the platform, will perform for years to come.”

In addition to new purchasers, the warranty will be available for all VSKA rifles purchased prior to this announcement. Owners should keep their receipts as they will be required for warranty service. Learn more about the VSKA at centuryarms.com.


About Century ArmsCentury 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.

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Geo
Geo
2 years ago

Lol lol Lol. I’m dying over here .
It sounds like somebody’s scared. Lol. Oh wait, did someone say that Zastava is coming to America?? Say it isn’t so?? Lol. . Love it, can’t wait!

Longhaired Redneck
Longhaired Redneck
2 years ago

The same roomful of Century Arms monkeys that assembles their dreadful products probably wrote the warranty. Rest assured that the warranty will be handy for those who dare to purchase this rifle. I speak from painful personal experience with a Century Arms product, I’m not simply repeating what I have been hearing and reading about for years.

Vanns40
Vanns40
2 years ago

Sounds nice but I believe I’ll stick with my very original Romanian SAR-1, which was privately purchased years ago.

bert
bert
2 years ago

huh? who needs a warranty with such a high end quality product made of super steel?

how about an taking back my c39v2 junk as a trade in and selling me this gem super toy for half off.?

JPM
JPM
2 years ago

I hope they build something that is finally a decent AK, unlike the Polish Tantal (5.45×39) that they sold years ago and screwed up by replacing a perfectly good barrel, which they sold later separately for a tidy profit, with a crappy American made barrel of the wrong diameter (5.56 instead of 5.45) resulting in tumbling bullets and little if any hope of accuracy beyond 25 yards.

Dan in Detroit
Dan in Detroit
2 years ago

Wait… Century will need a copy of your receipt to prove … something?
As in, the giant CENTURY ARMS INTERNATIONAL stamped on the side and the serial number engraved isn’t enough to let them know it’s one of their rifles?
Wouldn’t they do better to just open a database of people who want to “register” theirs privately with the company, or better yet, a list of serial numbers reported stolen so they know which warranties to honor and which to hand over to police?

Wiffleballtony
Wiffleballtony
2 years ago

Is that the lifetime of the gun or shooter?

Nanashi
Nanashi
2 years ago

Century is based in Florida? Huh.

With their QC buyers will need it.