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UTG MNT-HGSG39 Rail profilé tactique pour Saiga Noir
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- Pour AK47 Saiga
- Facile à installer
- Protection en caoutchouc incluse
- Aluminium aéronautique de grande qualité
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My only gripe is that the rail comes in two pieces rather than one (a problem caused by the factory Saiga's front sight being raised considerably off the barrel for visibility) and is secured by four allen head screws. Allen heads, in my experience, have a tendency to strip easy and thus leave your attachment stuck until you can drill out the screw. Though I don't really expect many folks to be taking this off and on once you've placed it on your rifle. Also it's important to note that you don't want to over-tighten your screws or you could strip them inadvertently. As a precaution I'd also put some lock-tight on the threads of your screws to prevent any loosening from operation of the rifle. However, I very highly doubt that you will experience any loosening.
As I said I have the .223 caliber Saiga rifle. After fitting this fore-end on I put some rounds through it and it's still very solid and no loosening has occurred whatsoever. My advice is to also add a foregrip to your cart with this little beauty. UTG also offers a nice selection of foregrips that are all aluminum construction and made to take a pounding. Check out my review of the UTG Low-Pro Combat Quality Metal Foregrip coming soon.
All in all, this is well worth the buy!
Still loving this rail but have to admit it's heavier than previously quoted. May look into the Midwest Industries AK rail systems but still it's great for the money. The biggest gripe is that even with the smallest stripped down aftermarket rail covers you still can't use your iron sights. The only way to use your iron sights is to not cover your top rail, which does leave it susceptible to damage that would eventually render the rail unusable. Good but not great overall. Heavy. Cumbersome at times. Limits iron sight use. But overall it's a more cost effective add-on.
As a rule, anything with UTG stamped on it, I just stay away. I did a lot of reading in the reviews and forums for this rail. It's difficult because there is no model number to speak of and I couldn't nail down any info about the rail except for one feedback here on this page naming my weapon and a brief description of fit and quality. I rolled the dice and bought it assuming I would more than likely end up returning it. Surprisingly it was close enough to work with. With the use of an air cut-off saw to remove Inter Ordnance's proprietary retainer lug and a rotary file to tailor both ends of the UTG Quad Rail. I removed maybe 1\16" material out of the radius on the bottom half at both ends and the top half required relatively heavy grinding at front(maybe 1/8"). I am very pleased with the fit.
As many know, 922R requirements are clear on the number of foreign parts vs American parts for assault weapons. After careful math I find myself compliant. I can't use non-USA mags but it's worth it to get rid of the abortion that came on the stock rifle.
Pros: all metal, more then enuf rail space,front sling lug hole, easy install, bling bling for the saiga
Cons: must remove if u want to remove gas tube,rail covers on side slide off, notched rails!!( some vertical grips wont work on notched rails)
(4 stars instead of 5 was because my first range trip my side rail covers fell off from recoil and the range officer had to call a cease fire for me to get them)