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Old 08-18-2008, 09:37 PM
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Took the plunge and haven't received it yet (CDNN), but have some questions...

1. How do you remove the bolt from the action?

2. What serialized parts are there (that should match)?

3. Anything other than the usual I should look for? Missing sight parts, cracked or broken stock, damaged bore, etc.

Looking forward to cleaning up the stock and taking her for a spin.

TIA

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Old 08-18-2008, 09:52 PM
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Took the plunge and haven't received it yet (CDNN), but have some questions...

1. How do you remove the bolt from the action?

2. What serialized parts are there (that should match)?

3. Anything other than the usual I should look for? Missing sight parts, cracked or broken stock, damaged bore, etc.

Looking forward to cleaning up the stock and taking her for a spin.

TIA
On my "Vostok" CM-2 that I got from CDNN,...

1)Pull the trigger back, and slide the bolt out. Just like on a Mosin-Nagant.

2)On mine the receiver, bolt, and butt plate are all stamped, and matching. I could've sworn the rear sight was stamped also when I had it all apart. Matching is sweet, but not necessary, IMO.

3)Mine came with only one size rear aperture, and only one front app insert. Everything else was there, and in very good condition.

I think you'll fall in love with it, I did with mine! Hope this helps some.
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Old 08-18-2008, 10:07 PM
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Michael,
Thanks for the quick reply! I'll check those parts carefully for the serial number. I'm definitely looking forward to cleaning and shooting this one.

Say, how did you know I'm into Mosin Nagants also?

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Old 08-18-2008, 11:15 PM
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bolt removal

Another variation I guess. My Vostok has a bolt release on the left side of the receiver. Rest of the stuff was about the same.

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Old 08-19-2008, 11:16 AM
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Mine has the left side bolt release lever as well--I bet you get one like mine as I got mine about a month ago from the same place. You'll be amazed at what you got for a mere $299 and ground shipping. Mine has the serial number "1100" stamped on bolt, barrel, receiver and even the stock.

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Old 08-19-2008, 08:23 PM
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Another variation I guess. My Vostok has a bolt release on the left side of the receiver. Rest of the stuff was about the same.

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MH, and WH, I have an older Vostok that I got from Century that has the bolt release lever on the left side, and has the heavy duty bolt. Both my rifles have the dove tail for the rear sights on the left side as well. One rifle is stamped "Vostok" CM-2, the older rifle is stamped "Vostok" YPA/\ . What stampings do your respective rifles have on them?
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Stampings

Mine has the grooved receiver ( front & rear), Heavy 3 lug bolt, right side = YPA/\-2 Pretty sure this is Russian for URAL-2, left side= A-13** (rec/bolt/stock/butt pad all marked with ser. no.), Vostok, Made in USSR. This one was bought from my local dealer last March. Came with a white inventory tag on it from Century Arms. I wonder how many versions there are?





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Old 08-20-2008, 10:20 AM
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Stampings and details of my CM2

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MH, and WH, I have an older Vostok that I got from Century that has the bolt release lever on the left side, and has the heavy duty bolt. Both my rifles have the dove tail for the rear sights on the left side as well. One rifle is stamped "Vostok" CM-2, the older rifle is stamped "Vostok" YPA/\. What stampings do your respective rifles have on them?
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Stock has "1100" deeply imprinted in black ink at most distal point before muzzle.
There is an embedded aluminum slide rail from 1-11cm graduations ventrally in the forearm stock for attachments.
Bolt Arm (not knob) has "1100" imprinted, bolt knob has 3 ring grooves.
Receiver has "Made in USSR VOSTOK YPAA M-1100" and beds flat on top of inside stock channel cut out for it. There are serrations in receiver bed and upon stock where the metal bedding is imprinted on the wood. There are 3 receiver screws, two going through the trigger guard assembly (one steel piece) into receiver bottom and one going through top of back of bolt sleeve (end) into mating receiver (bottom behind trigger guard). There is a "459" number stamped on bottom of receiver hidden by stock.
Barrel is 26" and completely free floating and clear of all stock contact except for receiver bed.
Wood to metal fit is perfect with a little space between all abutments.
Bolt has 3 rear locking lugs equilaterally spaced and machined to fit evenly and snug when bolt is locked.
There is no corrosion or rust or discoloration of any metal anywhere. Bluing is even and deep shiny black from front sight and muzzle (not crown-crown is silver and shiny and recessed perfectly by visual and magnified inspection) to end of receiver where it beds (tang of bolt sleeve area) in hand grip.
Stock is cut checkered with palm swell and on forearm. Stock has no cracks or splits or any sign of trauma with receiver. All receiver screws screw in evenly and to same tightness without any effort to secure stock and barrel assembly/receiver.
Buttplate is a 3 piece affair; an inner steel insert blank that is screwed into stock butt, aluminum base screwed into blank, moving (sliding) aluminum butt-plate with rubber at end.
Lands and grooves are 6. Lands appear to have extra ridges to contact surfaces in addition to contact plane (designed by rifling tool) for purchase on bullet side surfaces).
Chamber has no evidence of firing ring ahead of case (as is most often seen in most chambers where cartridges have been fired).
Buttplate has "1100" imprinted top side, has knurled adj knob on right side for butt adjustment. Rubber pad on heel of buttplate.
Sights imprinted: "UEHA 1 WE AYKA HR 50 -2.5CM"
Underside of barrel imprinted: "CM2 .22LR KNOX TN"
Sights mount on left side rail.
Bore is perfect.
Crown is perfect.
A lever on left side releases the bolt from action.

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Old 08-19-2008, 08:11 PM
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Michael,
Thanks for the quick reply! Say, how did you know I'm into Mosin Nagants also?

Cheers
No problem. I'm psychic ! Just to prove it, I'm going to say that you are probably a Gunboards member. Correct?
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Old 08-19-2008, 10:56 PM
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I thought the Century Arms Vostoks were Urals or some other model.

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No problem. I'm psychic ! Just to prove it, I'm going to say that you are probably a Gunboards member. Correct?
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Ok you guys, I couldn't stand it any longer, I ordered a CM-2 from CDNN today and it's all your fault . I asked if any had provisions for scope mounting, no they said, asked about sight inserts and they said they think so. Are there any accessories or such I should have asked about? I've always wanted a real target style rifle, so I'm exsited to get this one and try her out.
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Old 09-05-2008, 01:14 AM
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Oh, and someone posted about people buying these then turning them on gunbroker, looks like it may have started. http://www.gunbroker.com/Auction/Vie...Item=108697285 Check out the starting bid?? Is that the same rifle being discussed here?
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... Check out the starting bid?? Is that the same rifle being discussed here?
Probably a CDNN or Century Arms rifle.
A cleaned-up $300, surplus, club rifle
dressed-up with a $125 ChiCom scope.
Becomes an $1100 collectible target rifle.
I wonder what happened to the rear aperature?
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Mine has YPA/\ stamped on the reciever. According to the 2003 article, this is likely a URAL, first series. It has all matching numbers...M-1010. I could have sworn that my bolt had 4 lugs though. It is at the gunsmith get drilled and tapped right now, but I will check that out when I get it back. I bought mine from a dealer on here, hags, so I don't know if it came from CDNN or not.

I was thinking about buying a Savage Mark II BTVS, but now I'm think I should buy another old Vostok.
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Old 09-05-2008, 12:41 PM
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I thought you were mistaken by the 4 lugs because the 3 lugs are equilaterally spaced and can easily give the impression there are 4 unless you look closely and count to three!
So davemustaine you have a rifle 90 numbers earlier than mine at M-1100.
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