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Yugo underfolder

Discussion in 'The Kalashnikov Klub' started by herose, Jul 9, 2012.

  1. herose


    Jun 13, 2006
    Can someone tell me about this model Ak.

    century yugo underfolder on a dc industries 1.5mm receiver with bulged front trunnion

    Is is any count and what would be value?

  2. Decguns


    Dec 29, 2003
    The original Century Arms Yugo under-folders were built on DC Industries 1.5MM receivers. They're now built on 1MM receivers without the bulged trunnion.

    They're assembled from a demilled parts kit using a US made receiver, Tapco G2 fire control group, US made non-chrome lined barrel, and US made slant brake. Sometimes they will have a US made pistol grip and/or US made handguards. Depends on what parts Century had at the time. Some having matching serial numbers on the major components, some do not. Some have minor pitting on the gas piston and bolt carrier, some do not. Early production featured wood furniture which quickly progressed to synthetic as Century found themselves flooded with orders for them. Early production came with cleaning rod, cleaning kit, 2 Yugoslav bolt-hold-open mags and 1 Romanian mag. Accy's have changed since then.

    The current production 1MM rifles with synthetic furniture are around $550-$600 with 2 mags and no cleaning rod. The 1.5MM as you mentioned go from $600-$750. Wood furniture fetching more than synthetic.

  3. herose


    Jun 13, 2006
    Great information, exactly what I was looking for. Thanks