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Posted: 6/12/2009 1:44:31 PM EST
I took my (Century) yugo out yesterday and shot 90 rounds through it. This brings the total up to 150 rounds since I bought it new.

I noticed that the grip was a little loose after shooting, but didn't worry about it too much since it's nothing a little lock-tite can't fix. After I cleaned I the gun (still at the range) I noticed that the button on the side that locks the stock was missing. 20 minutes of crawling around in the dirt & I found the "button" part, but the spring & nut from the right side was MIA.

Where's a good place to find these items?


Link Posted: 6/12/2009 2:50:27 PM EST
You can try to hit-up most of the vendors that sold Yugo kits (APEX, Copes, etc.) and see if they have any parts. Otherwise, you may have to put a WTB ad in the marketplace and hope someone with some loose parts from kits has them.
Link Posted: 6/12/2009 3:08:57 PM EST
OK. I made a mistake in the description.
The part that is missing is the button on the side that releases the button on the back so that the top cover can be removed.
Does that make better sense?

Link Posted: 6/13/2009 10:41:08 AM EST
[Last Edit: 6/13/2009 10:48:01 AM EST by Liquidmetal]
I've seen these parts in the EE and on Gunbroker from time to time. Best advice I can give is to watch both.

I recently picked up an EAA Zastava PAP (M70B1 based) rifle. I talked to EAA yesterday and they said that right now the priority is getting whole rifles into the country, but eventually replacement parts such as these will be available from them as well. If they make these parts available to people other than PAP owners, it will open up an excellent source of new Zastava factory parts such as these. We will see...
Link Posted: 6/15/2009 5:58:22 PM EST
Is there not a 1 year warranty on Century products? If within warranty, I suggest that you contact Century direct.
Link Posted: 6/16/2009 4:59:02 PM EST
I'm waiting on an email back from Century.
If they don't respond, I think I have the parts I need lined up thanks to a member here.
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