This was a great rifle and quite a joy to shoot, and the impact of 7.62x39 out of such a small package was always a lot of fun.
The 107UR was definitely one of the more
interesting rifles I've owned and I had a great time
experimenting with it as well. See below for my
favorite color scheme
First ever SBR that I've owned back in 2008, with
Aimpoint T1, G2 light and Samson AKSU lower HG.
Also the nifty Hungarian 20 round tanker mags made
this is a really compact package
Close up of the Samson rail
Masquerading as a 5.45 AKSU
With Chinese NDM86 (Top) and Russian Tiger (Bottom)
By far my favorite iteration of this rifle was the
tan camo scheme. This was a simple rattle can job and
my first ever break from a simple black rifle. It was
quite a liberating experience and one that I will
certainly do again
I used a Konus MRD which in 2009 was one of the very first Aimpoint knock offs / budget MRD. I still use it today on other rifles and it has served well.
The one thing I ended up not caring for was the Samson railed HG. When the rifle got hot the lower rail would shift side to side a bit. Not enough to affect function but enough to where it became annoyingly loose. I certainly wouldn't trust it for field work or carbine classes. Also moved the G2 light to the other side where it was more comfortable. I use a mag hold which is why the light cap is in the particular position that it was.