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Old 10-10-2014, 22:24   #1
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UTG quadrail on an M70

Anybody with experience installing and using the UTG quad rail on a Yugo m70 under folder?
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Old 10-10-2014, 22:29   #2
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Had one on my Mak90, before I switched to a Midwest Industries quadrail... It did a good job at a good price.

What did you need to know?
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Old 10-10-2014, 22:38   #3
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Can you close the under folder or it interferes with it?
I was looking at the Midwest one but it states you need to modify the Grenade sight
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Old 10-10-2014, 22:48   #4
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Can you close the under folder or it interferes with it?
I was looking at the Midwest one but it states you need to modify the Grenade sight
Don't have an under folder, but I would assume it will close without much issue.

There are several on google images that appear to fold up just fine.
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I look it up and didn't see any with the stock closed
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Old 10-10-2014, 23:01   #7
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Thanks, that settles it
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Thanks, that settles it
Yep, you'll be good to go with it and it will look great!
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If you plan on using this gun a lot, like a training class that requires a 1000 rounds for a weekend, skip it. I've seen pics of UTG rails that straight up melted to the point of failure.
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Old 10-11-2014, 15:28   #10
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I think UTG is more in line with airsoft
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If you plan on using this gun a lot, like a training class that requires a 1000 rounds for a weekend, skip it. I've seen pics of UTG rails that straight up melted to the point of failure.
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I think UTG is more in line with airsoft
There are much better options out there, which is why I switched to a Midwest Industries, but the UTG will get the job done just fine.

My MAK90 wore one for about 2 years with mucho use, and never an issue...
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Old 10-12-2014, 11:36   #12
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Before spouting off you should try some.

Depends on how a part is designed. I've had UTG components on my ARs and they are terrific for the money-- typically a fraction of the cast made by X brand. Most of their stuff is made here in US, and come with good warranty. They do have an airsoft market because of their pricing, but their PRO lines are top notch. Don't confuse these with NcStar.


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Old 10-12-2014, 11:55   #13
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I had a UTG side mounted rail. The top rail broke off. I steer clear of UTG. Midwest Industries, Ultimak, Krebs... they're the way I'd go.

The UTG Pro stuff is not bad, it's made here, but if it's made in China, I don't want it.
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That looks nice, how is it attached? Does it clamp to itself, or to the barrel, or gas tube. Does it wiggle?



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Yes. It is junk that cannot hold up to hard use.
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The Magpul products also have a PTS line for "simulation and training" "airsoft" almost virtually the same stuff, but with a lower price and legal to be made and sold internationally, to avoid export restrictions.

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I had a UTG side mounted rail. The top rail broke off. I steer clear of UTG. Midwest Industries, Ultimak, Krebs... they're the way I'd go.

The UTG Pro stuff is not bad, it's made here, but if it's made in China, I don't want it.
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Old 10-15-2014, 12:55   #17
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ordered one, will let you know

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ordered one, will let you know
you just wasted your money, I would have sent you mine for free

it is junk as you will soon see

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you just wasted your money, I would have sent you mine for free

it is junk as you will soon see

Probably will open it just to check the quality and send it back if it's junk as you say, thanks for the heads up, I have the MI/palm on an other one and is solid, the reviews were not good for the yugo though
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Probably will open it just to check the quality and send it back if it's junk as you say, thanks for the heads up, I have the MI/palm on an other one and is solid, the reviews were not good for the yugo though
Don't listen to him...

Plenty of folks run them without issue, as I did... They're good for the money you spend.

As I said before, I ran mine hard for 2 years and never had the first issue... The only reason I switched to the Midwest Industries, is because a friend was selling his for a price I couldn't pass up.
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