[SHOT 2024] Zastava M70 Underfolder Is Here

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[SHOT 2024] Zastava M70 Underfolder Is Here

News of significant interest for firearm enthusiasts reverberates as the Zastava M70 Underfolder, the latest addition to Zastava‘s esteemed line, is now available for purchase in the United States. Based on a semi-automatic AK-47 pattern action, this eagerly-anticipated model forms a sublime blend of history and functionality that could send waves in the global firearm industry.

The M70 Underfolder comes equipped with an innovative optics rail that mounts out of the way of the underfolder stock. The M70 Underfolder also dons a distressed handguard that imparts a military surplus look and a touch of vintage charm. In addition to its aesthetic appeal, the rifle is fitted with standard AK-47 sights and a 16.3-inch cold hammer forged, chrome lined barrel.

“They’re going to be in the ballpark of $1250 to $1450,” says a representative from Zastava, alluding to the reasonable price range that buyers could expect for the M70 underfolder. This estimate brings an elegant and highly functional firearm within the grasp of discerning customers who are after top-tier design without breaking the bank.

An incredible draw for potential buyers is the security and peace of mind guaranteed by Zastava USA through a limited lifetime warranty. This assurance is a testament to the trust Zastava places in its product quality and continues to build the company’s reputation for customer satisfaction.

The M70 underfolder by Zastava demonstrates the company’s continuous effort to fuse traditional firearm aesthetics with modern functionality. It also reassures enthusiasts of the brand’s commitment to delivering quality firearms that are tailored to their needs and preferences while providing optimal value.

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  • Heat is overrated Heat is overrated on Jan 25, 2024

    It would be hella cool if they brought in the M21 rifle.

  • Armed Partisan Armed Partisan on Jan 27, 2024

    I had a Zastava-made Remington 799 in 7.62x39, and it was TRASH; a poor man's CZ-527 it was NOT. It had a bolt sized for a rimfire rifle, and no chamfering on the feed ramp or chamber, so steel cased x39 ammo would catch HARD on feeding an hurt your palm. It also had a rimfire sized extractor, which did a poor job of pulling stuck cases out, which you can imagine was quite a problem with steel cased x39. Oh, and the extractor was fixed, so you couldn't close the bolt on a stuck round. Total trash, and I fortunately was able to trade it off for a 1950's Savage 99 which works flawlessly and still serves me well.