The CETME-L is a maligned Spanish military rifle that is a very close cousin to the HK33. The CETME firm decided to design and build their own roller delayed 5.56 rifle to replace the legacy CETME-C that was chambered in 308.
The CETME-L did not last long in Spanish service due to its many foibles and strange design choices. That said, we tested a Century Arms C308 G3/CETME variant in one of our mud tests and it performed above average.
How well will the CETME-L do?
Let's find out!
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