Here is my full review of the Utas UTS 15.
Let me start off by saying I really wanted to like this firearm. I love the look and overall design of the weapon and had hoped that I would like its performance just as much, but unfortunately that didn’t happen. On average I was consistently having between 5-8% failure rate, and almost all of those coming in the way of failure to feed or failure to eject. So, with that being said, the UTS is being touted as a combat/tactical shotgun, and with a serious issue in the way of reliability I, in good conscious, couldn’t give it a good review. The other thing that I didn’t like about the UTS was the fact that there was just to many covers, buttons, and leavers to open, flip or switch in order to operate the gun. I didn’t realize that this would bother me until the first day I took it to the range. Then it became abundantly clear that
it’s just to much to have to do to fire the weapon. Now, for the things I did like about the Utas, it looks awesome, it’s well thought out for accessories (like the light and laser), good recoil management, length and weight and balance. Even all of that was not enough to overcome the reliability issues with the bullpup. Maybe Utas will get that right in the future, but as it stands now at least in this reviewers opinion as of September 2013, it’s just not there. So in closing, if I had to rate the UTS on a scale of 1-10 I would have to give it a 3 overall, due to the reasons listed in this review.