posted on Nov, 12 2008 @ 10:39 PM
Recently bought a Century International YUGO AK47 M70B2 at my local dealer (Miami, FL) for $589.00. First thing awful was that after disassembling it
I was unable to put it back together because of the cover of the mechanism, it was -apparently- bigger than the size of the receiver. Took it back to
the dealer and after a rubber hammer and some karate I was able to put it back together. Then, second test, firing. The rifle aiming was just AMAZING,
BUT and this is a big BUT it failed to feed bullets in the chamber almost every other bullet. Once again, back to the dealer. There I was told that it
was a new rifle and it was normal, that AKs need use to proper functioning, etc. So I went back to the range and fired 80 other rounds. SAME THING.
Point is today I sent my rifle back to Century Arms for repair. I don't know if I'm the only one because I have notice good comments about the Yugo
all around the web. But for me it was the worst rifle I ever had. I wish I had bought a Bulgarian version .223. Sorry, only the truth based on my