Educate me on underfolding stock durability...(Hi, I'm new).
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    Educate me on underfolding stock durability...(Hi, I'm new).

    First off: Hello, I am new around here... This is my first post after lurking a few days.

    Second, I have a question. I posted this on the "other board" as well, so sorry if you have alread read it...


    I just picked up one of these Century Yugo underfolders. It's the first underfolder I have ever owned, and my overall contact with underfolders has been limited. My question is: how durable is this folding stock (and underfolders in general)? Is this thing going to hold up to a bunch of shooting?

    The main reason I am asking: I am thinking of picking up a Yugo underfolder kit for spare parts, mainly for the stock...

    Thanks for the help in advance...

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    It will take all the abuse you can give it, although some have reported loosening. Nothing you couldn't remedy yourself. Take that thing out and put some lead downrange!

    BTW, welcome!
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    Welcome Aboard,SVT hit it on the head,your Yugo has a formidable reputation.Shoot it and enjoy it,buy another kit to have built later
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    Rambo uses the underfolding stock to knock the bars out of a jail so it must be tough! They are tough and look very cool- just not much of a cheek weld.

 

 

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