Vz.58 The Czech AK


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selector67
September 30, 2006, 02:00 AM
I see various internet sites selling the Vz.58 as a dummy gun or parts kit in folding stock and full stock models- hell, I even got the folding stock model. Got screwed into mine by Keepshooting.com they advertised an AMD-65 dummy gun ( I figured I buy it and sometime in the future I would buy a receiver for it and build a working gun ) When I got it in the mail and opened the box low and behold what did I get:fire: Not an AMD-65 but a Vz.58, to say I was pissed was an understatement:scrutiny: I paid twice as much for it than any other internet site !!:cuss: But going thru the trouble of sending it back- it just wasn't worth it. I figured in the long run that it might be worth something. ( remember the AMD-65 kits selling on ebay and a lot of other web sites for under a $100 dollars--dont see that no more, should have stocked up.:banghead: Well, sorry for ramblin, back to my question, do they sell receivers for these kit guns or a real semi-auto for civilians. I like the feel of the folding stock version, its more light weight and compact than other folding stock versions of the russian AK. If they dont make receivers for these Czech AKs, that would be a shame:( because I think there would be a market for them- a nice alternative to the AK, looks the same on the outside but totally different on the inside.:eek:

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Number 6
September 30, 2006, 06:21 AM
Try here, they sell a receiver kit for it for $695.

http://www.ohioordnanceworks.com/

Civilian Armory
October 1, 2006, 12:29 AM
Thier kit includes all US parts needed - and needs less work to use then the other two receivers I've seen. Taking the dummy gun apart will be 30% if they put the barrel in there right.

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