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Diposting pada: 6162011 2:24:30 PM EST Oke, saya mempunyai thread di forum AK tentang VZ.58 yang baru saya dapatkan. Masalahnya, hal itu menamparku di pipi saat menembaki. Its sangat menyakitkan dan itu benar-benar meninggalkan keras, mengangkat benjolan di pipi saya, di atas tulang rahang saya, setelah menembak hanya 10 putaran. Saya harus mencatat bahwa saya menembak kidal meskipun saya menjadi tangan kanan. Ini karena saya mata kiri dominan. Saya juga memiliki SVT-40 yang melakukan ini pada saya, dan ketika saya melepaskannya dengan benar, masalahnya hilang. Sayangnya, saya tidak memiliki pandangan ke depan untuk mencoba kanan VZ. Memecat dengan mataku bukanlah solusi. Sekarang sebelum berkomentar, ketahuilah bahwa saya tahu cara menembak, mendapatkan pengelasan pipi, dan saya tidak terkungkung sensitif. Saya memiliki banyak senjata, dari desain semi otomatis dan baut, di bilik di 7,62x39. 303 Inggris, 7.62x54mmR. 30-06, 8mm Mauser, 7,5 Swiss, dan .308 yang semuanya menendang lebih keras dari VZ kecil ini. Saya juga memiliki AK (M70AB2) yang lebih rendah dan AMD-65 (dengan stok kawatnya) jadi saya kenal dengan senjata yang memiliki liang pipi yang buruk. Tak satu pun dari senapan itu menyakitkan untuk dipermainkan. VZ saat ini bahkan tidak memiliki stok lipat, ia memiliki stok plastik impregnasi penuh, padat, tetap. Penelitian online telah mengindikasikan sejumlah penyebab yang mungkin, dari pemandangan rendah relatif terhadap sisir saham atau fakta bahwa sisir naik dari belakang ke depan. Either way, hubungan stok ke tulang rahang saya mungkin ada hubungannya dengan itu. Saya benar-benar tidak ingin menjual senapan ini seperti yang saya lakukan sebaliknya. Cahaya, poin dengan baik, dan sangat baik dibuat. Saya sangat ingin membuatnya bekerja untuk saya jadi saya duga saya perlu mencari opsi saham lainnya. Ada beberapa pos VZ.58 di sini baru-baru ini dan bukankah itu AK, tolong tanyakan di sini apa pilihan saya? Id mempertimbangkan untuk melihat berbagai saham ACE dan ACE-compatible, stok lipat pabrik, atau apapun yang mungkin Anda rekomendasikan untuk meringankan masalah ini. Thanks in advance Originally Posted By Chris1522: Oke, saya punya thread di forum AK tentang VZ.58 yang baru saya dapatkan. Masalahnya, hal itu menamparku di pipi saat menembaki. Its sangat menyakitkan dan itu benar-benar meninggalkan keras, mengangkat benjolan di pipi saya, di atas tulang rahang saya, setelah menembak hanya 10 putaran. Saya harus mencatat bahwa saya menembak kidal meskipun saya menjadi tangan kanan. Ini karena saya mata kiri dominan. Saya juga memiliki SVT-40 yang melakukan ini pada saya, dan ketika saya melepaskannya dengan benar, masalahnya hilang. Sayangnya, saya tidak memiliki pandangan ke depan untuk mencoba kanan VZ. Memecat dengan mataku bukanlah solusi. Sekarang sebelum berkomentar, ketahuilah bahwa saya tahu cara menembak, mendapatkan pengelasan pipi, dan saya tidak terkungkung sensitif. Saya memiliki banyak senjata, dari desain semi otomatis dan baut, di bilik di 7,62x39. 303 Inggris, 7.62x54mmR. 30-06, 8mm Mauser, 7,5 Swiss, dan .308 yang semuanya menendang lebih keras dari VZ kecil ini. Saya juga memiliki AK (M70AB2) yang lebih rendah dan AMD-65 (dengan stok kawatnya) jadi saya kenal dengan senjata yang memiliki liang pipi yang buruk. Tak satu pun dari senapan itu menyakitkan untuk dipermainkan. VZ saat ini bahkan tidak memiliki stok lipat, ia memiliki stok plastik impregnasi penuh, padat, tetap. Penelitian online telah mengindikasikan sejumlah penyebab yang mungkin, dari pemandangan rendah relatif terhadap sisir saham atau fakta bahwa sisir naik dari belakang ke depan. Either way, hubungan stok ke tulang rahang saya mungkin ada hubungannya dengan itu. Saya benar-benar tidak ingin menjual senapan ini seperti yang saya lakukan sebaliknya. Cahaya, poin dengan baik, dan sangat baik dibuat. Saya sangat ingin membuatnya bekerja untuk saya jadi saya duga saya perlu mencari opsi saham lainnya. Ada beberapa pos VZ.58 di sini baru-baru ini dan bukankah itu AK, tolong tanyakan di sini apa pilihan saya? Id mempertimbangkan untuk melihat berbagai saham ACE dan ACE-compatible, stok lipat pabrik, atau apapun yang mungkin Anda rekomendasikan untuk meringankan masalah ini. Thanks in advance Dapatkan rem moncong. Tipe cncwarrior atau factory dari Czechpoint sempurna. Saya memiliki masalah yang sama. Mendapat rem, masalah terpecahkan Mudah-mudahan Anda memiliki CAI VZ 2008 sehingga Anda tidak perlu memotong rem. Diposting pada: 6182011 4:56:36 PM EST Terakhir Edit: 6182011 4:57:14 PM EST oleh Chris1522 Nah untuk kalian yang bilang take off rem miring. Anda benar saya tidak tahu Yang menakjubkan apa perbedaan itu dibuat. Saya baru saja melepaskannya dan menembaknya dengan benang telanjang dan tidak ada tamparan lagi yang bahkan saya coba mengubahnya sehingga menghadap ke arah lain (karena saya menembak kidal) tapi tidak ada dadu, bahkan menamparnya. Konsensus umum di bagian AK adalah rem miring tidak melakukan apapun, tapi jelas efeknya memang berpengaruh. Juga, saya tidak bisa lebih bahagia dengan akurasi yang jelas dari senapan ini. Saya bisa tenang dan meletakkannya di atas kertas untuk pertama kalinya. Saya tidak bisa memukul gong di kisaran dengan itu, jadi saya pindah ke target kertas di 50 yard dan berhasil mencetak sekitar 1,5-2 5 tembakan, namun beberapa inci ke atas dan di sebelah kanan banteng, Jadi, beberapa penekanan ada dalam urutan, bagaimanapun, saya benar-benar berharap bahwa senapan ini akan mampu bertahan 4 dengan amunisi Wolf di jarak 100 yard. Kita akan lihat Sekarang saya hanya perlu mencari perangkat moncong baru. Apakah fungsi moncong moncong Cheska sebagai penekan lampu kilat juga Edit Terakhir: 6182011 5:14:06 PM EST oleh SeanK1ng Originally Posted By Chris1522: Baik untuk kalian yang bilang take off rem miring. Anda benar saya tidak tahu Yang menakjubkan apa perbedaan itu dibuat. Saya baru saja melepaskannya dan menembaknya dengan benang telanjang dan tidak ada tamparan lagi yang bahkan saya coba mengubahnya sehingga menghadap ke arah lain (karena saya menembak kidal) tapi tidak ada dadu, bahkan menamparnya. Konsensus umum di bagian AK adalah rem miring tidak melakukan apapun, tapi jelas efeknya memang berpengaruh. Juga, saya tidak bisa lebih bahagia dengan akurasi yang jelas dari senapan ini. Saya bisa tenang dan meletakkannya di atas kertas untuk pertama kalinya. Saya tidak bisa memukul gong di kisaran dengan itu, jadi saya pindah ke target kertas di 50 yard dan berhasil mencetak sekitar 1,5-2 5 tembakan, namun beberapa inci ke atas dan di sebelah kanan banteng, Jadi, beberapa penekanan ada dalam urutan, bagaimanapun, saya benar-benar berharap bahwa senapan ini akan mampu bertahan 4 dengan amunisi Wolf di jarak 100 yard. Kita akan lihat Sekarang saya hanya perlu mencari perangkat moncong baru. Apakah fungsi moncong moncong Cheska sebagai penekan lampu kilat juga Untuk pengetahuan saya tidak. Ada yang hibrida di Neit Arms tapi sejujurnya saya lebih suka rem. Ive berulang kali mencetak 5 tembakan 58 grup dengan VZ di 25M (82 kaki). Dengan kedua VZ saya. Saya pikir Anda bisa mendapatkan di bawah 2 di 100 meter dengan penembak yang tepat bahkan dengan Brown Bear atau Wolf ammo.The Czechoslovakian Sa Vz. Senjata serbu harus diberi peringkat tinggi sebagai salah satu senapan militer paling tidak dipahami dan paling kurang dihargai pada abad ke-20. Contoh kasus: selama bertahun-tahun saya pikir itu hanya salinan AK-47. Tapi saya tidak sendiri: saya bahkan pernah melihatnya digambarkan dalam buku sebagai AK. Namun, penampilan luar disamping, mereka hanya soal Vz. 58 memiliki kesamaan dengan AK-47 adalah putaran yang diputar: M43 (7,62 x 39mm). Sebenarnya, secara internal senapan ini memiliki lebih banyak kesamaan dengan Walther P38, Beretta 92s, Brens, dan Glocks dibandingkan dengan AK-47. Selama beberapa tahun terakhir, saya mendapat kesempatan untuk menguji dua adaptasi hukum sipil dari desain asli Ceko: the D-Techniks Vz. 58 8220Sporter8221, dan Century Arms International Inc membuat kit bagian yang disebut Vz. 2008 .. Beberapa poin pengantar: Pertama, primer pendek tentang terminologi. 8220Sa8221 adalah kependekan dari kata bahasa Cheska 8220Samopal, 8221 yang saya katakan berarti sesuatu di sepanjang garis senjata api otomatis atau pistol 8220submachine.8221 The Vz. Adalah kependekan dari Vzor, yang berarti model. Anda akan melihat orang-orang menyebut senjata ini sebagai CZ 58s, tapi nama itu secara teknis tidak benar, terlepas dari fakta bahwa CZ memang memproduksi mereka. Kedua, saya harus menunjukkan foto pertama, di atas, menunjukkan versi olah raga sportif modern dari Vz. 58 dengan perabotan yang disediakan untuk TTAG milik Kelompok Mako dan Pertahanan FAB. Saya meninjau aksesori ini secara terpisah dalam artikel pendamping. Foto kedua menunjukkan senapan kit bagian umum dengan perabotan OEM. Sampel khusus ini adalah senapan dari Century Arms International yang dikenal dengan nama Vz. 2008. Dan dengan itu, mari mulai dengan sedikit sejarah8230. Sejarah dan Evolusi Vz. Dalam hal membuat senjata militer dan olahraga kecil, negara yang sebelumnya dikenal sebagai Cekoslowakia memiliki sejarah panjang dan kaya yang berasal dari abad ke-17. Sebelum Perang Dunia II, senjata kecil buatan Ceko dihargai karena inovasi, kualitas mesin, dan perhatian terhadap detail. Sebagai contoh, VB Vz. 26 dan variannya kemudian menjadi template untuk senapan Bren Inggris dan senapan mesin Tipe 96 96 Jepang. Inggris juga membangun versi berlisensi dari Tk Vz. 37. sebuah sabuk inovatif yang diberi makan 7,92 x 57 machinegun yang menampilkan tingkat siklik yang dapat disesuaikan untuk penggunaan terhadap target tanah dan udara. Vz buatan Ceko. 24 Mausers dianggap sebagai salah satu senapan baut terbaik di dunia, dan diekspor secara luas. Selama Perang Dunia II, pembuatan senjata Cheska jatuh di bawah kendali tentara Jerman. Nazi memanfaatkan banyak pabrik senjata Cekoslowakia untuk memasok SS dan Wehrmacht. Misalnya, Mauser K98, MG34s, dan senjata lainnya diproduksi di eskoslovensk zbrojovka yang terkenal di dunia, akc. Spol. (Sekarang disebut Zbrojovka Brno a.s.) di kota Brno. Kota ini juga disebut sebagai Brunn, esp. Oleh orang-orang berbahasa Jerman. Pabrik ini memproduksi senapan buatan Jerman pada Perang Dunia II, dan hari ini para kolektor Mauser akan sering melihat contoh K98 dengan kode Dot pabrik ini. Jerman juga mengawasi produksi Mausers Jerman di sebuah pabrik yang kurang dikenal yang berlokasi di kota Slovak, Provazska Bistrica. Senapan ini menampilkan kode pabrik Dou, seperti yang ditunjukkan pada foto di bawah ini: Setelah Soviet menggulingkan Jerman dari wilayah Ceko pada tahun 1945, mereka membiarkan terbentuknya sebuah pemerintahan koalisi baru. Simpati baik bagi Soviet maupun Komunisme semakin tinggi, dan negara tersebut menciptakan ikatan yang kuat dengan Uni Soviet. Pada tahun 1946, kandidat Partai Komunis Cekoslowakia (KSC) memperoleh 38 suara dalam pemilihan nasional pertama. Tetapi komies tidak puas dengan berbagi kekuasaan, karena, seperti sejarah mengajarkan kita, totalitarianisme adalah mitra diam Komunisme. Jadi dengan bantuan kelebihan beban Soviet mereka, KSC meluncurkan kudeta yang berhasil pada tahun 1948, di mana partai-partai non-KSC diusir dari pemerintah koalisi. Cekoslowakia menjadi salah satu negara boneka Soviet yang paling setia. Pada tahun-tahun setelah Perang Dunia II, Cekoslowakia mengakui bahwa inovasi teknologi mendorong kebutuhan akan senapan infanteri ringan dan kompak dengan tingkat kebakaran yang tinggi. Meskipun demikian, desain pasca-perang pertama yang diterjunkan oleh Ceko, Vz. 52. bukan desain seperti itu. Sebaliknya, Vz. Tindakan penguncian buncis dengan operasi piston gas pendek mirip dengan penampilan dan fungsinya pada SKS Simonov, MAS 49, atau FN 49. Ini menggunakan roda belakang 7,62 x 45 mm yang baru, yang akan terbukti Berumur pendek. Tapi Vz. 52 hanyalah sebuah titik henti, dan bahkan sebelum diadopsi, orang-orang Cheska memulai pengembangan pada senapan yang lebih baik yang bisa menggabungkan kekuatan tembak-menembak dan majalah yang lebih tinggi dari senapan mesin ringan dengan rentang dan energi senapan self loading yang lebih jauh. Tidak seperti negara-negara satelit lainnya seperti Polandia, Hungaria, dan Rumania, bagaimanapun, Soviet menghargai kesetiaan Ceko dengan tingkat otonomi tertentu: mereka membiarkan orang-orang Cheska untuk mengejar desain senapan mereka sendiri daripada bersikeras memproduksi tiruan Kalashnikov. Pada tahun 1951, tiga tim teknik independen sedang mengerjakan desain untuk senapan serbu baru berdasarkan ronde 7,62 x 45. Yang pertama adalah saudara Koucky (perancang CZ 75 masa depan), yang menyerahkan ZK 503. Yang kedua adalah perancang senjata Ceko Vaclav Holek, yang sebelumnya telah menemukan ZB 26. Penyerahannya adalah ZB 530. Akhirnya, sebuah tim yang dipimpin oleh Perancang senjata berusia 25 tahun bernama Ji ermk (19262006) mengajukan prototip Cz 515. Meskipun tampaknya kandidat yang tidak mungkin untuk menjalankan operasi semacam itu, Mr. ermk telah mendapat banyak pengalaman sebagai bagian dari tim CZ yang merancang Vz. 52. Z 515 melepaskan tembakan dari baut terbuka 8211 persyaratan yang ditentukan oleh tentara Cheska. Selama pengujian, z 515 tidak memenuhi persyaratan keakuratan militer, sebuah kesalahan yang dikaitkan dengan desain baut terbuka. Untuk mengatasi masalah tersebut, Pak ermk merancang kembali senapan prototipe kedua, z 522, untuk menembak dari posisi baut tertutup. Selain itu, laras prototipe baru ini disingkat menjadi 350 mm dan memiliki pegangan pengisian yang terpasang langsung ke pembawa baut. Pada tahun 1954, desain dari tiga perusahaan teknik yang saling bersaing dimasukkan ke serangkaian tes oleh Tentara Ceko dan Tentara Merah di Uni Soviet. Meskipun pengujian ini mengungkapkan bahwa ketiga desain tersebut memerlukan penyempurnaan lebih lanjut, Soviet memuji Z 522 selama dua desain yang bersaing. Sekitar waktu yang sama, KSC telah menasionalisasi dan memusatkan hampir semua industri di Cekoslowakia, yang secara bertahap mengakhiri pendirian perancang independen pabrik senjata individu. Di tempat mereka, KSC membangun sebuah pusat penelitian dan pengembangan khusus yang besar, yang pada awalnya bernama Konstrukta Brno (setelah tempat tinggalnya di Kota Brno). Ji ermk mulai bekerja di Konstruckta pada bulan Oktober 1954, dan pengembangan senapan serbu baru mulai di sana tak lama kemudian di fasilitas ini. Sayangnya, campur tangan Soviet memperlambat kemajuan. Secara khusus, pembentukan Pakta Warsawa berarti standardisasi amunisi militer, dan akhir putaran Ceko 7,62 x 45. Meskipun demikian, bukan pada kuartal pertama tahun 1956 Soviet bisa memberi perancang Ceko spesifikasi teknis untuk kartrid M43 7.6221539 mm. Dengan spesifikasi untuk babak baru di tangan, dimulainya kembali pekerjaan desain dimulai. Namun, di suatu tempat dalam kerangka waktu itu, dua tim desain lainnya bertekad berlari. Yang pertama dari prototip Mr. Ji ermks untuk menggunakan kartrid M43 adalah model Sa 56. Itu adalah hubungan dekat tapi tidak cerutu. Selama tahap berikutnya kerja desain, palu diganti dengan sistem penyerang, untuk mencapai tingkat siklis yang lebih rendah. Pengujian juga menegaskan bahwa perubahan ini meningkatkan akurasi pada api otomatis penuh. Pengurangan berat tambahan dicapai dengan membuat majalah dari paduan aluminium (penghematan berat dengan enam majalah sekitar 2 kilogram). Pada saat militer Ceko menerima Sa Vz akhir. Dengan desain, mereka memiliki senjata yang jauh lebih ringan dan lebih kompak daripada AK-47 atau AKM, sekaligus mencapai akurasi yang lebih baik dalam mode semi otomatis. Produksi Sa Vz. 58 dimulai pada tahun 1959 di Ceska Zbrojovka Uhersky Brod, a.s. Pabrik (CZ-UB). Terletak di kota Uhersky Brod (pop 18.000), perusahaan ini dikenal oleh kebanyakan penembak A.S. hanya sebagai CZ. CZ-UB menghasilkan sekitar 920.000 eksemplar dari sistem persenjataan ini dari tahun 1959 sampai 1984. Tentu saja, setelah pergi ke sisi yang gelap, Cekoslowakia lebih dari senang untuk memasok belenggu kiri terburuk di dunia dengan senjata militer. Itu bukan lama sebelum Sa Vz. Dia mulai muncul di tempat-tempat kebun dunia, dari Vietnam sampai Angola sampai Pantai Gading. Daftar negara yang membeli Vz. 58 untuk militer mereka berbunyi seperti mimpi buruk: Kuba, Ethiopia, Nikaragua, Uganda, Libya, Somalia, India, Lebanon, Angola, Mozambik, Irak, Tanzania, dan Grenada. Kabar baiknya adalah setelah perang dingin berakhir, orang-orang Ceko mendapatkan kembali kewarasan mereka, menyingkirkan komunis brutal, dan bergabung dengan NATO. Sejak saat itu, Republik Ceko telah mulai beralih ke desain senapan yang lebih baru, sehingga memungkinkan untuk mengimpor surplus Vz.58 ke Ikhtisar A.S. tentang Vz. 58 Desain Pertama: ini tidak ada stinkin8217 AK. Meskipun secara lahiriah serupa dengan AK-47, penting untuk dicatat pada awalnya bahwa tidak ada SA Vz. 58 bagian dipertukarkan dengan AK: bukan majalah, bukan pegangan pistol, tidak ada apa-apa. Nadda. Fuggetaboudit. Saat kamu mengambil Vz. 58, hal pertama yang akan Anda perhatikan adalah seberapa ringan dan praktisnya. Dalam hal berat dan mudah dibawa, rasanya sangat mirip dengan karbohidrat M-1. Bahkan dengan receiver giling, Vz. 58 lebih ringan dari satu pound lebih ringan dari AK-47 yang tertera. Dan berbeda dengan pistol kaliber M-1 Carbine, binatang ini akan melontarkan 123 proyektil senapan kaliber butir di atas 2200 fps. Fitur dasar dari Vz. 58 meliputi: Penerima baja yang digiling. Striker dipecat (mirip dengan pistol Glock). Piston gas stroke pendek. Pegangan bip reciprocating Sebuah tindakan penguncian miring dengan menjatuhkan (mirip dengan Walther P38s atau Beretta 92s). Baut terus terbuka di majalah kosong. Aluminium paduan 30 bulat majalah. Tangent pemandangan belakang, dilindungi post front site. Tidak ada penutup debu port pengirim (receiver benar-benar tertutup oleh pembawa baut). Panduan penjepit stripper untuk memudahkan memuat majalah dengan pengisi daya. Heres sebuah foto yang menunjukkan bagaimana Anda dapat menggunakan pembawa baut sebagai panduan untuk memuatkan mags dari pengisi daya: Bagaimana Tindakan Bekerja Seperti disebutkan di atas, Vz. 58 adalah gas yang dioperasikan menggunakan piston gas short-stroke untuk menggerakkan aksi. Rakitan baut dari Vz. 58 terdiri dari empat bagian terpisah: baut, lugs pengunci, penyerang, dan pembawa baut. Perhatikan bahwa tidak ada 8220hammer8221 tradisional di dalam paket pemicu. Foto di bawah ini menunjukkan pembawa baut, penyerang (di sebelah kiri), serta baut dan pengunciannya: Kedua foto ini menunjukkan baut, bagian pengunci, dan pin penembakan. Perhatikan bahwa pin penembakan biasanya tidak dilepas saat pengosongan stripping lapangan. Sementara saya telah berhasil melepaskan dan memasang pin penembakan, memasang kembali bautnya adalah salah satu dari tiga operasi yang dibutuhkannya. Jadi saya tidak merekomendasikan mengambil baut terpisah sebagai bagian dari pembersihan normal. Begitu putaran dipecat, gas berdarah dari laras mengirimkan pistol gas (yaitu sebuah tappet berlapis krom) ke belakang. Batang ini membanting ke dalam baut carrier, dan pegas mengembalikan tappet rod kembali ke posisi depannya. Meskipun demikian, energi ditransfer ke pengangkut baut, membawanya ke belakang saat naik di atas rel yang berada di dalam receiver. Casing kuningan yang dihabiskan ditarik keluar dari bilik dan disiksa melalui ejektor tetap, yang melepaskan casing dan keluar dari gagang telepon. Kekuatan belakang dari pembawa baut mengunci lugs pengunci ke atas dari ceruk pengunciannya. Sebagai pembawa baut bergerak ke belakang, itu membawa striker dengan itu. Dalam prosesnya, striker itu berguling-guling di atas bayang-bayang. SARA bertindak sebagai ratchet satu arah, dan menghalangi striker tersebut untuk kembali ke posisi depan saat pembawa baut bergerak kembali ke depan di bawah tekanan pegas. Striker tetap terkunci ke belakang di bawah tekanan musim semi, karena berisi pegas striker internal. Pengangkut baut bergerak kembali ke posisi depan, dan dalam prosesnya, mengeluarkan kartrid baru dari majalah dan masuk ke dalam ruangan. Gugus pengunci dipukul ke bawah dan kunci bautnya terpasang. Saat pemicunya ditekan, pemutusnya menggerakkan tangan ke bawah, sehingga memungkinkan striker tersebut membanting foward di bawah tekanan pegas dan menekan bagian belakang penembakan pendek yang ada di baut. Primer putaran dinyalakan, dan prosesnya dimulai lagi. Latar Belakang Varian Hukum Sipil Ditemukan di A.S. Berdasarkan pengalaman saya, tampak bahwa kolektor A.S. biasanya akan menemukan lima jenis Vz yang berbeda. Di pasar sipil. Yang pertama adalah Vz. 58 Sporters, diproduksi oleh Czech Small Arms (CSA) (sebelumnya dikenal sebagai D-Techniks). D-Technik mulai mengekspor senjata ini ke A.S. pada bulan Januari 2006. Kolektor akan menemukan sampel dengan berbagai merek impor, termasuk Waffen Werks (WW), Tennessee Guns Int. (TGI), CzechPoint USA (CSA), dll. Untuk menghilangkan kebingungan, perlu dicatat bahwa CSA dan Ceska Zbrojovka Uhersky Brod, a.s., (aka CZ) adalah perusahaan yang berbeda. Czech Small Arms adalah fasilitas manufaktur kecil yang terletak di sebuah kota bernama Jablunka, Republik Ceko. CSA saat ini memiliki hak untuk membangun Vz. 58, yang dibeli dari CZ. CzechPoint, Amerika Serikat adalah importir A.S. saat ini dan distributor eksklusif untuk CSA. Sebelum CzechPoint memperoleh lisensi importir, CzechPoint mengontrak WW dan TGI untuk mengimpor senjata api D-Technik ke A.S. Saat itu, CzechPoint bertindak semata-mata sebagai distributor. Sekarang Czechpoint memiliki lisensi importir, ia mengelola impor dan distribusi. Vz. 58 yang dibuat oleh CSA adalah senjata sebagian: tangan perusahaan memilih komponen surplus militer yang asli dan memasangnya ke receiver yang baru diproduksi dengan barel palu palsu baru. CSA telah memperkenalkan lebih banyak bagian baru ke dalam produksi senapan mereka, karena bagian surplus dalam kondisi prima semakin sulit ditemukan. Meskipun CSA membeli kelebihan senapan militer di pasar surplus untuk bangunan ini, namun sampai saat ini banyak bagian ini terlalu buruk untuk digunakan pada senapan CSA. Sebagai hasilnya, CSA saat ini memproduksi komponen berikut di rumah: Receiver Polimer furnitur Trigger guard baut (dalam 7.62 x 39 dan 5.56 x 45) Tabung gas buang Baut pengenal depan Piston memencet berbagai sekrup, pin, dan pegas Segera, CSA akan menjadi manufaktur Penutup penerima, baut pembawa, dan penguncian potongan di rumah. Varian kedua yang sering ditemui adalah Century Arms International Vz. 2008. Ini adalah senapan kit bagian surplus yang dibuat di A.S. membuat receiver dari 4140 baja, mengeras sampai 40-45 RC. Ini fitur laras buatan A.S. yang baru, yang dikabarkan akan dibuat oleh Green Mountain, dan juga A.S. membuat bagian kepatuhan 922r. Ini biasanya dilengkapi dengan 1 majalah, dan sebuah alat pembersih. AIM Surplus saat ini mengiklankan ini di 499 dengan 5 majalah, bayonet surplus dan sarung bekas yang digunakan, dan kantong magis babi bekas, yang memang merupakan kesepakatan yang luar biasa jika Anda bersedia mengambil risiko produk Century. Tipe ketiga yang lebih langka dari Vz. 58 yang ditemukan di pasar sekunder adalah pasar yang menanggung label CZ: CZ USA melakukan kontrak dengan Czechpoint untuk mengimpor model sportif taktis dan militer dari Vz.58 ke A.S. dari 2007-2010. Ironisnya, senapan ini diproduksi oleh D-Techniks dan menggabungkan CZ SA Vz yang asli. 58 komponen dengan receiver giling semi otomatis baru saja, mekanisme pemicu baru dan bagian kontrol api baru. CZ USA membeli senapan mereka Vz.58 dan Vz. Kalajengking dari CzechPoint, sampai CzechPoint membuat keputusan untuk menjadi distributor tunggal dan mengembangkan merek CzechPoint. Banyak orang berada di bawah asumsi yang salah bahwa CZ USA mengimpor atau memproduksi Vz.58 dan Vz.61 bukan itu masalahnya. CZ USA membeli Vz.58 dan Vz.61s dari CzechPoint dan senjata api mereka diganti namanya oleh CZ USA. Keempat, Anda juga akan bertemu dengan A.S. membuat bagian-kit membuat senjata buatan perusahaan seperti Ohio Ordnance Works. Ohio Rapid Fire, atau Waffen Werks. Senjata buatan Ohio Ordnance Works akan ditandai VZ. 2000, dan pemahaman saya adalah bahwa mereka mulai berproduksi pada tahun 2003 dan masih berhasil, dilengkapi dengan baik, sekitar 1000. Ohio Rapid Fire memproduksi Vz. 58s dari sekitar 2008-2010, namun perusahaan tersebut sekarang sudah tidak berfungsi lagi. Kualitasnya dilaporkan kotor pada senapan ORF, tapi saya tidak punya pengalaman langsung dengan mereka. Terakhir, mungkin untuk menemukan satu bagian kit dibuat di A.S. membuat receiver dengan siapa yang tahu siapa. Senjata bubba-build ini adalah yang paling tidak diinginkan dan harus dihindari kecuali jika diketahui asalnya atau disertai garansi garansi yang bagus. Perusahaan yang sekarang sudah tidak beroperasi Ohio Rapid Fire membuat receiver, dan dari obrolan internet yang Anda baca, ada banyak masalah dengan mereka berada di luar spesifikasi. Sebuah perusahaan baru yang dikenal sebagai Assault Weapons of Ohio rupanya membeli inventaris ORF dan beriklan bahwa mereka akan melakukan perbaikan dan membangun kembali pekerjaan di Vz. 58s. Perhatikan bahwa D-Techniks juga menjual receiver yang dilucuti untuk sementara waktu. Meskipun mereka jarang (di tahun 50an di A.S.), ini adalah kasus dimana receiver D-Technik ditandai bukanlah jaminan adanya pengembangan D-Technik. Untuk melengkapi ulasan ini, saya menggunakan dua senapan yang berbeda: senapan D-Techniks tahun 2006 yang diimpor oleh TGI, dan Century Arms Vz tahun 2008. 2008. Kedua senjata ini adalah bagian dari koleksi pribadi saya dan diperoleh dari dealer FFL di pasar terbuka (berlawanan dengan sampel uji dari produsen). CSA: Perubahan yang Dibuat untuk Versi Sipil Senapan CSA (sebelumnya D-Techniks) diimpor ke Amerika Serikat di Sa Vz. 58 Konfigurasi Sporter, yang dilengkapi dengan sebuah majalah single-stack berkapasitas 10 putaran. Begitu berada di dalam negeri, CzechPoint kemudian mengubahnya kembali menjadi konfigurasi militer. Sebuah perusahaan bernama Waffen Werks mengubah senapan D-Technik yang lebih tua untuk CzechPoint, karena, pada saat itu, Czechpoint hanya memiliki FFL Tipe 01. Saat ini, CzechPoint mengimpor dan melakukan konversi manufaktur di rumah. Czechpoint menggunakan setidaknya 5 bagian A.S. untuk sepenuhnya mematuhi Judul 18, A.S.C. Bagian 922 (r): (1) sear, (2) disconnector, (3) trigger, (4) majalah follower, (5) dan plat lantai majalah. Dari lima komponen tersebut, dua yang pertama terbuat dari 4140 baja, sedangkan tiga lapis terakhir dibuat dari polimer Leona 90 G 60 dan Zytel ST 801. Selain itu, karena undang-undang A.S. mencegah impor senapan semi-otomatis dengan lugs bayonet, semua impor U. A. Vz. 58 senapan buatan D-Technics Czech Small Arms tidak memiliki standar bayonet lug. Menurut Mr Dan Brown di CzechPoint USA. Mereka akan segera membangun Vz.58 senapan di rumah di receiver yang dilepas menggunakan penekanan pabrik dan perlengkapan yang diimpor dari Czech Small Arms. Versi militer olahraga Vz.-58 adalah laras 15,4 inci, yang hanya legal di A.S. sebagai senjata NFA. Akibatnya, versi sipil hadir dengan perpanjangan laras pendek atau rem moncong yang disematkan dan dilas pada tempatnya. Karena itu, menambahkan flash hider atau moncong yang berbeda membutuhkan pandai besi (mungkin pekerjaannya di DIY jika Anda memiliki peralatan dan keterampilan). Versi CAI hanya menggunakan laras 16,25 inci berulir untuk Vz-nya. 2008, yang merupakan salah satu dari sedikit keuntungan yang dirasakan pada versi CAI. Anda tidak mendengar banyak keluhan tentang versi impor dari Czechpoint Vz. 58, tapi ketika Anda melakukannya, biasanya tentang pemicunya: pemicu impor D-TechniksCSA terbuat dari polimer. Keluhannya bukan karena mereka melanggar begitu saja karena terbuat dari plastik. Jenis seperti dudes yang mengeluh tentang GLOCKs, kurasa. Sejujurnya, saya tidak mendapat keluhan, tapi jika pemikiran pemicu plastik membuat Anda ketakutan, Bonesteel Arms akan menjual pengganti baja Anda. Menempatkan seluruh plastik samping. Saya pikir D-Techniks Vz. Saya memiliki salah satu pemicu terbaik dari setiap senapan militer komersil yang saya tembak. Sebenarnya, Id menumpuk melawan hampir semua senapan semi-otomatis militer lainnya, mulai dari HK sampai ke AK, mungkin dengan pengecualian sebagai generasi baru aftermarket, pemicu AR non-mil-spec. Karena itu, Vz. Pemicu memicu sedikit membiasakan diri. Ini dimulai dengan 38 inci atau lebih mudah dibawa, dan kemudian Anda menabrak dinding yang bagus seperti Anda pada pemicu militer dua tahap di A.S. yang khas. Namun, pemicu tidak menembus hanya melewati dinding, seperti halnya dengan pemicu AR yang bagus. Sebaliknya, pemicu terus ke belakang dengan cara yang halus dan mantap selama 14 sampai 38 inci (atau lebih), akhirnya pecah tanpa dinding atau peringatan lebih jauh. Dalam beberapa hal, ini mengingatkan saya pada pemicu HK MP5, hanya lebih ringan dan halus. Ini adalah pemicu yang agak sulit dikuasai, tapi itu benar-benar akan memberi penghargaan kepada Anda jika Anda menerapkan dasar-dasar Anda dan berkonsentrasi untuk memeras pemicunya. Dipecat dengan benar, pemicu putus akan mengejutkan Anda setiap saat. Secara pribadi, saya pikir pemicu D-Teckniks saya benar-benar bagus sekali, tapi sekali lagi, perlu beberapa jam untuk mengatasinya. Sebaliknya, pemicu pada CAI Vz saya. 2008 tidak sebaik. Its tidak menghebohkan, pikiran Anda. Tapi fakta bahwa Century Arms merancang sendiri sear, disconnector, dan pemicu musim semi bulu mengarah pada pemicu yang lebih berat, meski mungkin lebih kuat. Keselamatan gaya dayung pada kedua senapan terletak di sisi kanan gagang gagang pistol. Pada foto di atas, senapan D-Techniks ditunjukkan dengan selektor keselamatan di posisi api. Saat terlibat dalam posisi aman, mencegah pemutusan hubungan kerja dengan melibatkan senjata api, dan menghasilkan mekanisme keselamatan yang sangat positif. Saat aman, tuasnya menonjol ke bawah ke area di mana orang biasanya memegang pegangan pistolnya, sehingga memberi operator indikasi taktis yang dalam mode aman. Memindahkan keselamatan ke posisi api mengharuskan operator untuk memindahkan keselamatan ke depan dan naik 90 derajat. Ini mereplikasi gerakan yang dibutuhkan untuk menempatkan senjata dari mode aman ke mode full-auto pada desain aslinya. Sebagian besar penembak tangan kanan akan menggunakan jari telunjuk mereka di tangan pemicu mereka untuk menyelesaikan tugas ini, walaupun beberapa akan tergoda untuk melepaskan cengkeraman mereka dan menggunakan ibu jari mereka. Keselamatan bekerja secara independen dari striker, dan karena itu dapat dimanipulasi terlepas dari apakah senapan tersebut dioking. Dengan nada yang sama, senapan bisa dimuat atau dibongkar sementara selektor pengaman berada dalam posisi aman. Secara keseluruhan, saya menilai keamanan ini sebagai perbaikan yang solid atas desain AK-47, namun hal itu memang tidak selaras dengan keamanan AR-15. Meski tidak secara teknis merupakan desain ambidextrous, banyak penembak kidal akan dapat mengubah posisi aman menjadi api dengan mendorongnya ke depan dengan menggunakan ibu jari tangan penembakan mereka. Membalik pengaman dengan menggunakan tangan yang tidak menembaki akan menempatkan senapan kembali dalam kondisi aman. Sebagai tambahan, North Eastern Arms membuat keamanan yang ambidextrous, tapi dengan putus asa mereka kehabisan stok lebih sering daripada tidak. Keamanan di CAI Vz. 2008 dipasang dengan cara yang mereplikasi gerakan aman ke semi desain aslinya. Di foto di kiri atas, Anda melihat Vz. 2008 aman dalam posisi aman. Foto di kanan atas menunjukkan keamanan di posisi api. Seperti yang dapat Anda lihat, Anda harus memutar keselamatan searah jarum jam (yaitu ke arah belakang pistol) untuk mendapatkannya dalam mode operasional. Anda cukup banyak harus melepaskan pegangan Anda pada pegangan pistol untuk menyelesaikan tugas ini. Rilisan majalah ini terletak di kiri bawah senapan, hanya maju ke penjaga pemicu. Mendorong ke depan pada tuas pelepas akan merilis majalah tersebut. Its pretty ideal untuk penembak tangan kanan, tapi sulit untuk kidal. Ada rilis mag ambidextrous yang tersedia sebagai aksesoris aftermarket. Ini bekerja dengan baik bahkan untuk penembak tangan kanan, karena memungkinkan operator menurunkan mag menggunakan jari pemicu tangan penembakan, mirip dengan M-16. Pengikut majalah kosong melibatkan pemberhentian baut (lihat foto di atas), yang terletak di depan penjaga pemicu dan di sebelah kanan tuas pelepas majalah. Stop baut juga bisa dilibatkan secara manual, dengan cara yang mirip dengan Ruger 1022, HK G-36, atau desain serupa. Barrel amp Muzzle Devices Czech Small Arms uses new production 15.4 inch, chrome-lined, cold-hammer-forged, four-groove barrels featuring a 1 in 9.5 inch twist. The barrels are manufactured by Lothar Walther in Germany, a company well regarded for making some of the best production barrels in the world. Based on my experience with these rifles, the ones made for D-Techniks CSA are no exception. The chrome-lining process will soon be performed in-house by Czech Small Arms. The following video shows how the barrels are pressed in to the receiver. Note that CSA has to weld on a barrel extension to bring the barrel up to 16.25,8221 as required by Federal law. When I first purchased my D-Techniks, I figured I would be able to replace the muzzle capextension with an aftermarket AK flash suppressor. However, it turns out that the CSA Vz. 58 uses right handed threads, as opposed to the left handed thread on a typical AK variant. So much for that idea. I purchased a really nice 8220Crusader8221 muzzle brake from North Eastern Arms, but I have not had it installed yet. CAIs Vz. 2008 uses a U.S. made 16.25 inch barrel with a 1 in 9.5 inch twist. These barrels are not chrome-lined. It has been widely reported on the internet that these barrels are made by Green Mountain, but I have not independently verified that information. Nonetheless, my Vz. 2008 barrel appears to be well-made. I originally posted that the Vz. 2008 uses left handed threads common to AK pattern rifles. That apparently was not entirely correct. I called my gunsmith and he confirmed that my CAI Vz. 2008 has 822014mm 8211 1mm right hand8221 threads. Czechpoint posts the following on their website pertaining to the Vz 2008: ATTENTION CENTURY VZ2008 OWNERS: THIS BRAKE WILL FIT ORIGINAL CZECH BARRELS WITHOUT ISSUE, BUT MANY CENTURY VZ2008 OWNERS HAVE EXPERIENCED ISSUES WITH SCREWING THIS BRAKE ONTO THEIR BARREL THREADS. JUST A HEADS-UP THAT THERE IS A LIKELY CHANCE THAT THIS BRAKE WILL NOT FIT THE CENTURY VZ2008 RIFLE WITHOUT CHASING THE RIFLE MUZZLE THREADS WITH A 14X1RH DIE. OR, THE BRAKE MAY NOT FIT THE VZ2008 WHATSOEVER AS SOME OF THESE RIFLES ARE THREADED LEFT HAND (OPPOSITE OF ORIGINAL VZ.58 THREADED MUZZLES). IF YOU PURCHASE THIS BRAKE, AND IT DOES NOT FIT YOUR CENTURY VZ2008, CONTACT US FOR RETURN INSTRUCTIONS 8211 OF COURSE IT MUST BE RETURNED IN NEWUNMODIFIED CONDITION. So, again, Century buyer beware. The sights on all Vz. 58s are the typical combloc design, and consist of an open notched leaf rear and a wing-protected front post front. The front sight is adjustable for windage using a tool, and can be screwed up or down to adjust for elevation. The rear tangent sight is adjustable for elevation to 800 meters. It also features a 8220U8221 (8220univerzln8221) marking, which is used a 300 meter battlesight zero. The sights on my D-Techniks are right on the money, because they get checked and test fired before they leave the factory. The Century Arms Vz. 2008s are a bit more hit and miss in the department. While my sample had sights that were close enough to be considered acceptable, it is common to find samples that are significantly out of alignment. There are three options for mounting optics. First, CSA manufactures a Picatinny scope rail mount that replaces the receiver cover. CSA also manufactures a side mount plate to the receiver. Finally, the most common optic solution is to use a mount with replaces the top handguard. All CSA rifles are phosphated, and then a baked-on finish is applied on top of the phosphate. The finish is baked at 300F degrees for one hour. This finish is extremely durable similar to a KG Coatings Gun Kote. The finish on the Century Arms Vz. 2008 is simple parkerization over bead-blasted metal. Its adequate to get the job done but that8217s about all you can say about it. In true commie style, the Vz. 58s stock furniture is a cheap-looking, wood-chip impregnated plastic that vaguely resembles particle board. Despite the cheap looks, the furniture functions well and is very durable and long-lasting. Colors can vary in shade from a medium color red to a dark color red (and can exhibit slight variations in hue, such as: reddish brown and reddish purple). The wooden stock has a short length of pull, similar to a Warsaw length stock on an AK. In the photo above, the black handgrip is a U.S. made 922r compliance part, whereas the other parts are all Czech-made mil-sup factory parts. One nice thing about the Vz. 58 furniture is that owners can switch between the factory side-folder and the fixed butt stock with nothing more than a large flathead screwdriver. However, owners of Vz. 2008s need to be forewarned: some of these guns have been built so far out of spec that aftermarket parts wont fit. In talking about this issue with the guys from the Mako Group, it appears that aftermarket parts fit on some Vz. 2008s but not others. In most cases, you can get them to fit with some hand fitting. However, aftermarket parts will not be returnable if you bubba them in your effort to get them to fit. The alloy magazine of the Vz. 58 is a proprietary design, and is not interchangeable with an AK-47 magazine. The fact that it doesn8217t use AK mags seems to be a source of great frustration for many, and Ive heard some refer to it as a deal-killer. Frankly, I dont understand this complaint. The Vz. 58 mags are roughly half the weight of the steel AK-47 magazine. They rock into place more easily than the mags made for the AK-47, and have none of that annoying wobble that is common to the AK builds you see here in the states. They8217re easy to load to capacity, and as mentioned earlier, the mags can be loaded from stripper clips by using the rifle as a guide. Based on appearance and feel, one would expect it to be not as strong as a steel AK magazine, but I have only run across one surplus mag that did not work as advertised. Granted, they arent as ubiquitous as AK mags, and I am not aware of after-market substitutes. Nonetheless, extra mags typically run 15-20 for used surplus, and 25-33 for new magazines. Ive only got 15 or so, so I need to get some more Although different than an AK, disassembly takes only a slight amount skillthought. You begin by making sure the striker is in a forward, uncocked position (i.e. by pulling the trigger on an empty chamber, similar to a Glock). You then move the captured pin located on the receiver cover from left to right. The receiver cover (and attached springs) can be removed once this takedown pin is out of the way. Once the receiver cover is removed, the bolt carrier group slides up and out of its rails in a manner similar to an AK. Once apart, the bolt can be removed from the bolt carrier, and the striker can be removed from the bolt carrier. This later operation is a bit tricky at first. You first pull the striker all the way to the rear, then return it approximately a inch forward and then twist in a counter clockwise motion for 20 degrees or so and then pull outwards. It may sound complicated, but in practice its pretty easy once you get the feel for it. The gas piston rod is easily removed once the top handguard is taken off the rifle. The top handguard is held in place by a single captured retaining pin, not unlike an AR-15 pin. Assembly is simply the reverse operation. The only tricks you need to know are: 1) the locking lugs should be in a retractedunlocked position as you guide the bolt carrier group back on the recover rails, and 2) the striker should be in the forward (uncocked) position before attempting to reinstall the receiver cover. One important safety note: It8217s possible to reassemble the rifle without the locking piece installed onto the bolt. If you fire the rifle without the locking piece installed, you re going to get a ka-boom, which will ruin your day, to say the least. Lets face it: the two biggest inhibitors to good accuracy on most military rifles are the triggers and the sights. As mentioned above, the Vz. 58s sights are typical com-bloc, warts and all. So I did most of my accuracy testing with an Aimpoint T-1 red-dot sight. When I first started accuracy testing the D-Techniks Vz. 58, I was only getting 2-3 inch, 3-shot groups at 50 yards using CAIs Red Army Standard steel cased Ukrainian-made ammo and an Aimpoint T-1 red-dot. Tidak baik. But when I really started concentrated on my trigger fundamentals, I got those groups down to about one inch (2 MOA-ish) at 50 yards. I then switched to Federal American Eagle brass-cased ammo and immediately started turning in a string of inch (-) three-shot groups. With my confidence in myself and the gun restored, I then ran the targets out to 100 yards and was rewarded with a string of 5-shot groups what averaged just a hair over 1 MOA. A photo of one of those typical groups is posted above. Please overlook the fact that I used Yugo mil-sup ammo in the photo above I had run out of American Eagle by the time I got around to taking the pics. In any event, Im confident that I could even achieve a few sub-MOA 5 shot groups if I used a magnified optic and more of the (admittedly expensive) U.S. brass cased ammo. But honestly, Im not sure I want to bother with a magnified optic placed out on the handguard rail. Perhaps I8217ll try to get one of the new picatinny rail equipped receiver covers from CSA (if they ever start importing them) and mount an IOR Valdada 1x-4x Pitbull scope on it. In the meantime, I am content with the 1 MOA accuracy I was getting with the Aimpoint T-1. Hell, for the money the 2 MOA I was getting with Tulammo or Red Army Standard is pretty decent at half the cost. I have not done any formal accuracy testing with the Vz. 2008 because its still in the shop getting repaired. Once I get it back, I will update this section of the review with accuracy results. When it comes to reliability, the design of the Vz. 58 is sound. I will state in full disclosure that I8217ve had some problems with both of my Vz. 58s, but for reasons that I will explain below, I still have full confidence in this weapon system. First, the sear on my second-hand D-Technics Vz. 58 broke off after around 700 rounds, rendering the weapon inoperable. According to Mr. Dan Brown of Czech Point USA, my rifle, serial number Vz. 58 011XX, was one of the first batch (circa 2006-ish) that were built with the new BATFE-approved semi-auto sear. Apparently, the U.S.-made sear on this initial batch was flawed, but that issue was soon identified and fixed by redesigning the sear. Dan sent me out a new upgraded sear for free the same day I called, despite the fact that my rifle was well past its 5-year warranty and I was not the first owner. He even threw in some free swag in the form of a CSA logoed pen and some CSA stickers. Awesome customer service Since replacing the sear, I have put over 1,500 rounds through the rifle without any sear-related issues. Thus, as a precaution, it makes sense to upgrade to a current production sear if you have an early production run D-Techniks rifle. In fact, I have only experienced two sets of malfunctions since that time. I tried a batch of cheap steel-cased soft points, and the gun would occasionally choke on these. Nonetheless, I ran at least 30 rounds of the new, uber-premium Winchester PDX-1 hollow-point ammo through the D-Technics with no problems. In March of 2014, I experienced two double-feed malfunctions using TulAmmo FMJ. Both jams occurred within a minute of each other using one of my older looking surplus magazines. I have since determined that the mags feed lips were slightly bent out of spec. Since that day, I have run an additional 400-500 rounds through the rifle (using different mags) without issue. Based on these experiences, I remain highly confidence in the D-Techniks Vz. 58 Sporter. The Century Arms International Vz. 2008 was another matter entirely. It ran great for the first 200 rounds or so before it went DMFB-DW on me. At that point, I started experiencing some light primer strikes. I tried switching ammo, but soon it would not fire any type of ammo. It took me a while to diagnose the problem at first I suspected a broken firing pin was to blame. However, it turned out that the barrel was not pressed in tight enough, and had worked itself loose ever so slightly over the course of those 200 - rounds. This created a headspace problem that prevented the firing pin from reaching the primer. I called Century and asked them to fix it under warranty. They declined, on the grounds that the one-year warranty had expired. I only had possession of the gun for a month prior, but apparently the gun had sat at my FFL for too long before I picked it up. Century has to be the only company I know that has a warranty that begins to run the moment the distributor or retail outlet buys the gun from the factory, as opposed to when the final end-user takes possession. So I said to Century, Ok, forget the warranty please fix it and bill me. They responded by stating that they did not perform non-warranty-related repair services, even on their own guns. Basically, they said I was on my own. Too bad, so sad. So the rifle is now at a local gun shop in Keizer, Oregon getting repaired. Tres lame. Overall, the Sa Vz. 58 is a must-have addition for any collector of Cold War-era firearm design, as well for collectors just looking for a unique variant that uses Warsaw Pact 7.6221539 mm semi-automatic rifle, The Czech Small Arms Vz. 58 Sporter is a high-quality example of one of the more obscure military rifles of that era. My CAI Vz. 2008, on the other hand, ended up having a major manufacture-related malfunction, which seems to par for course for the drunken monkeys at Century. Others have gotten lucky and bought Vz. 2008s that ran great. As always with Century, its the luck of the draw. You feelin lucky The CAI Vz. 2008 may look like a good deal at first glance, but when you start comparing features, the CSA model comes out on top by a long shot: CSA D-Techniks Century Arms Int. Czech Receiver, some mil-sup parts. Parts kit gun built on U.S. receiver. Baked on enamel finish over parkerizing Simple parkerizing Chrome lined Lothar Walther barrel No chrome lining in U.S. made barrel Single feather spring light trigger pull Double feather spring, heavier trigger pull Safety moves forward for semi Safety moved to the rear for semi Uses Vz 58 muzzle brakes God only knows. 2 mags standard One mag standard No bayonet lug Bayonet lug Works with aftermarket products Aftermarket parts may not fit poor fit 5 year warranty Sketchy 1 year warranty Excellent customer service Crapshoot customer service Smart money is on the CSA. Buy one, you wont regret it. Unfortunately CzechPoint USA seems to be out of stock quite often, so jump on it when they do get them in. Specifications ( D-Techniks CSA Sporter) : Caliber . 7.62 x 39mm (5.56 x 45mm and .222 Remington variants also exist) Action: Gas operated tilting block, striker fired. Barrel: 15.4 inches, with a barrel extension to bring the final length to 16.25 inches Weight: 6.7 pounds unloaded. Length: 34 inches. 25 78 inches with folding stock retracted. Capacity: 30 round magazines. MSRP: 950 to 1,200, depending on make and model Ratings of D-TechniksCSA Sporter (Out of Five Stars): All ratings are relative compared to the other weapons in the guns category. Overall rating is not mathematically derived from the previous component ratings and encompasses all aspects of the firearm including those not discussed. Accuracy: The D-Teckniks rifle exhibited far better accuracy than a typical AKM but the standard iron sights and trigger are a limiting factor. Ergonomics: Better than an AK not as good as an AR. Having said that, once the operator learns the manual of arms for this rifle, he or she can employ this system with a great amount of speed and accuracy. Reliability Now that D-TechniksCSA worked the bug out of the semi-auto sear, the semi-automatic versions of the Vz.-58 are just as reliable as their military predecessors. Chrome-lined bolt, piston, and barrel help with durability. Customization: Its not an AK or and AR, so I cant give it five stars for customization. However, between Fab DefenseMako. North Eastern Arms. Bonesteel and others, there are plenty of aftermarket toys out there for the Vz. 58. Overall: One of the finest light-weight assault rifles around. I would especially recommend this rifle for users whose mission requires a light weight rifle. This would be my absolute first choice for operations in jungle environments or in forested mountainous terrain where a compact rifle is a necessity. It always mystifies me when people complain that there is no commonality of parts with the AK. I understand that the two fire the same caliber, but they are totally different weapons. It would be like complaining that my XD does not have interchangeable parts with my Glock, or my SIG, or my Caracal. I like the vz.58 because it is better in many ways than an AK. If it hand interchangeable parts, it would be an AK. It isn8217t an AK, it is better. The magazines have advantages over AK mags. I would not complain about the fact that my ARs don8217t accept AK mags. I don8217t complain that K31s don8217t use the same mags as HK G3s, which don8217t use the same mags as a .308 AR or an FAL. In fact, I bought a .308 AR lower once that used HK G3 mags. I sold it because of the disadvantages. People buy weapons and the proper magazines for them, and no one complains. Except in the case of the vz.58 then they whine about the fact that it does not use the magazines from a totally different weapon and miss out on owning one of the coolest little 7.6221539 carbines ever made. I didn8217t sense any whining about interchangeability in the comments, perhaps I missed it somewhere. I8217ve chosen not to purchase for such a reason, as I already have a number of AK carbines. Personal choice not to dive into a completely different platform for simplification purposes (XD-to-Glock reference). I don8217t see it as detrimental to the Vz that it doesn8217t utilize AK, Mini-14, or SVD magazines. Nor do I have the expectation that it should. Not in the article he mentioned that people have that complaint and there was a complaint in one of the comments. Also, this is one of the first things I hear mentioned when the vz.58 is brought up. Excellent review. Someday, once I have moved my way out to Texas, I will get me one of these. It8217ll have to wait until I have a nice collection of AKs, but it8217ll happen eventually. I8217d get the Vz. 58 first, if for no other reason than they are more rare, whereas Aks are a dime a dozen and more are being made every day. IMHO, the Vz. 58 is a superior design to the AK-47 in many respects. My understanding is that on the original design, the rear most position of the selector was for semi-auto fire, center position for safe, and forward position was for full auto. In this regard, the VZ 2008 is more like the original. I have two of the Century versions 8211 one of which went back for canted front sight. At about 480 apiece, not much more expensive than an SKS and an otherwise pretty cheap way to shoot cheap 7.62 x 39 ammo. Not a lot of choices in this price range other than WASRs and SAIGAs you start converting them. Jeff, I see your point. You are correct that the semi-automatic mode (Marked 822018221 on the receiver) is to the rear, which mirrors what the Century Vz. 2008 does. The automatic mode (Marked 8220308221 on the receiver) was to the front. The CSA model only has one trigger feather spring, and the selector is moved forward to achieve semi-auto mode. The Century Vz. 2008 does not allow you to move the selector forward, which is the more ergonomic of the two moments. I will amend the text to clarify. Century uses surplus trigger springs with 2 feathers. One of the springs is easily bent down which makes pull weight equal (if not slightly lighter due to steel vs poly) to the CSA. And you also have a spring to bend back up in the even your primary spring breaks 8220The Vz. 2008 uses left hand threads consistent with AKM pattern rifles. 8221 This is not true. Although some very few VZ2008s did come with AK type left hand threads, about 99 of all 2008s are right hand threaded which will disqualify all AK muzzle brakes. Also, I didn8217t read the whole review simply because I own the weapon and don8217t need a review. However I see some comments that mention negative comments about the VZ2008. This is common among VZ elitist that feel the CAI weapons are inferior. That is simply untrue The 2008 is certainly a quality weapon marketed and sold by a shity company. In fact, the 2008 is probably among the best weapons Century has ever released. That may be due to the fact that there is info to show that Century doesn8217t actually build the weapons at all. Its is speculated that Century has the weapons built by others and they just simply market and sell the weapons. Regardless the reputation that Century has for releasing sub standard weapons does not apply to the VZ2008. Many feel that the Czech versions of the VZ are far superior but there is no evidence to support that. And at more then half the price for the Century weapon I don8217t feel that any quality difference in the Czech versions justifies the twice increase in price. Though some have had issues with the Century weapons, some have also had issues with the CSACzechpiont weapons as well. The Century VZ-2008 is better built on average than many of their other weapons. However, they are not built as well as the CSA rifles. On top of that, you have Century8217s stupid one-year warranty that starts the day the rifle was manufactured. Century8217s rifles have he bolt hole for the stock drill too high. You have to modify most stocks to get them to fit, and then they sit noticeably high. This has been the case on every Century rife I have seen. The front of the receiver on Century rifles extends noticeably forward of where it should 8211 it is too long. This means aftermarket handguards or rail systems often have to be altered to fit. There is a misfire issue in converting these rifles to semi-auto. CSA spent several years finding the best fix and implementing it before they sold the first rifle. The fix is patented, along with a number of others they found. Century built many rifles without such a fix, and in others just copied the CSA fix, which CSA had put several years worth of RampD into developing. When Century introduced their rifle, they just copied Czechpoint8217s user manual exactly, stole images from Czechpoint for their own marketing, and used Czechpoints other marketing materials. All of this shows an attitude that I don8217t want to support. The CSACzechpoint trigger is much better than the Century trigger. The CSACzechpoint safety can be used correctly for modern CQB-style shooting. The Century selector goes backwards and requires the shooting hand to shift. This really is a big deal. The CSA barrel is the correct length 8211 a nicer length than the Century rifles The CSA barrel is chrome-lined. This is handy with surplus ammo. How many Yugo SKS rifles have pristine bores The Czechpoint rifles have a nicer finish. I charge 200 to put a similar finish on a rifle. I hear about issues with Century rifles quite often, though not at the same rate as their AKs. I rarely hear of an issue with the Czechpoint rifles. I am not an elitist, just a realist. I have been tempted to get a Century VZ-2008 on occasion, just as a cheap plinker 8211 I have worked on them many times for customers. But the CSA vz.58 rifles imported by Czechpoint are much nicer rifles, and well worth the money. If a US company had brought out this design for the first time today, it would be hailed as one of the greatest innovations in firearm design, and would likely sell for 1500 or more. I really want to try one of the 5.56 versions. Ha. Czechpoint nearly charges 1500 these days (if you choose to have them install a muzzle device and a new front sight block w bayonet lug) from 700 just a few years ago8230 goes up, up, up. In Canada prices have risen about 100 in the same time, certainly haven8217t doubled. So it8217s not due to what CSA is charging Czechpoint8230 Czechpoint did not develop the tab on the bolt carrier. They purchased the rights to the patent in the US. They have a monopoly on the tab and then sued Century for using it (probably to keep their moat as wide as possible and competition to a minimum). Bear in mind that Century was building rifles with the tab before the patent was ever filed on behalf of Czechpoint8230 And the tab solution was developed by garage tinkerers on Canadian and Czech gun boards before any patents were ever filed 8212 at least according to my research. The only way you can get the tab (a half inch piece of steel) from Czechpoint is to buy both the piece of steel and beater bolt carrier for 60 (they won8217t sell separately) and then pay a welder to weld it or diy. Basically, I love the VZ58, but due to America8217s restrictive gun laws, Czechpoint has a monopoly and IMO is taking advantage of consumers for that monopoly. Not quite on the same level as Cheaper than Dirt from my perspective, but not too far from them either8230 The Century receiver is not exactly to VZ58 design specs. The receiver is at most, 188243 longer and stuff can easily be filed to fit with just a touch of dremeling. A 158243 barrel is only an advantage to folks who want to pay a 200 SBR tax stamp or take the rifle to their gunsmith every time they want to change their muzzle device. CSACzechpoint advantages: 1. Czech Made 2. Enamel finish 3. Czech barrel, chrome lined and hammer forged 4. Tabbed bolt carrier 5. New production springs on their builds Century 1. 16.18243 Green Mountain barrel, that can be nitrided (superior to chrome) for less than 100 if you so choose and the 168243 barrel is threaded so muzzle devices can be easily changed 2. Phosphate finish 3. Bayonet lug (for both bayonet and bipod 8212 Czechpoint you have to install a new front sight block) 4. American made receiver and trigger group and piston and muzzle device, so can run surplus mags without buying follower and floor plate for each of your mags from Czechpoint to stay 922r compliant 5. Comes with a steel trigger group 6. Receiver was designed as a doublestack, not modified from single stack upon import 7. Rear to fire safety allows for aftermarket ambi safety install with slight receiver fitting (due to Century receivers not being to exact military spec) 8. Century made from overwhelmingly surplus parts, whereas the Czechpoint has a lot of new production 9. Ultimately for 100 to 200 one can correct nearly all 8220deficiencies8221 that folks cite on the VZ2008s and still leave a considerable chunk of change in your pocket. Ultimately folks need to decide if the CSACzechpoint is worth the 850 new or 500 used over the a new VZ2008. Do you want 2 Century (or 1 Century with a lot of ammo and training) or 1 CSA. You decide. Lastly, in regards to Century, they screwed up Golanis and other milled receiver rifles quite handily in the past. But all the reviews I8217ve seen of their modern production milled receiver rifles, including the milled receiver all US made Centurion 39, have been stellar. Century may screw stuff up on occassion, but they do fix their issues though it might take some time. I personally applaud them for making products available at affordable pricepoints. Should add that CzechpointCSA doublestack rifles 8212 if you don8217t want to use their 922r compliant mag products, you can install a US trigger group and piston for an add8217l 100 to be compliant. Correction, Czechpoint8217s military model is w muzzle brake and bayonet lug is 1,225 not 1,500. I forgot that VZ20088217s barrels are .308 diameter while VZ58s are .311 AK spec. Barrel diameter really doesn8217t matter here. What does matter is the chamber throat, which is to proper specs on the VZ2008. Conceptually, the .308 diameter barrel will result in greater accuracy, and it will definitely result in better accuracy when shooting most premium American 7.6221539 ammo 8212 which are actually .308 diameter bullets. Also an advantage to reloaders who want bullet commonality. Recent thread over at CZfirearms that discussed, but the only 7.62 ammo that has measured in at .311 are more expensive foreign 7.62s like SampB, Prvi Partizan, and Lapua. The 154 grain soft points are .310, Golden tiger is .309, and Tula Wolf and Barnaul are all in the .308 range for FMJs with their HPs being slightly wider. So again, no reason why the .308 isn8217t good to go. This should conclude most of the comparisonscomplaints between the two. RSR. I disagree with you when you say 8220Century may screw stuff up on occassion, but they do fix their issues though it might take some time.8221 Century is notorious for not owning up to their mistakes. For example, at first they were replacing the Tantals that they screwed up by installing incorrect barrels (wrong twist rate wrong diameter who knows), but then they stopped honoring the warranty and started taking the position that 5.45x 39 is supposed to keyhole. WTF. While they sent me a replacement, even the replacement only works with 53 grain 7N6 (which is now banned, apparently). You correctly mention that they screwed up the Golani Sporters as well 8211 they are notorious for jamming on the last round in the mag. Even their Sterling Sporters have a firing pin modification that is suspect, relegating that weapon to the status of 8220range toy only8221). My motto is 8220Friends don8217t let friends buy a Century.8221 I can8217t personally applaud Century for anything. I cannot understand their mindset. It would not cost them much more to make things right, or no more on certain issues. Why not make the VZ-2008 receivers the correct length Why not drill the stock bolt hole in the right location How many years now have they been putting the bolt hole in the wrong place Why not put the right style muzzle attachment on the rifle They are well known for canted front sights on AKs, wrong bore dimensions on rifles, grinding bolts to make CETMEs appear to headspace correctly when they did not, and many other issues. I have seen so many Century firearms with serious problems that rendered them unshootable. Almost all of this stuff is easily avoidable. Any number of manufacturers can assemble these same firearms correctly, why can8217t Century On top of that, they have a stupid one year from the date of manufacture warranty that leaves customers walking out of gun shops with new rifles that were out of warranty when they bought them. I8217m all for inexpensive firearms 8211 I don8217t care for people who think all firearms should be expensive. Some people live in the real world and have to balance family, food, medical bills, housing and vehicle expenses, etc. with what they spend on firearms. There should be quality firearms available at every reasonable pricing level, and Century is in a position to make them available for low prices, but they lost the plot when it came to quality. On the tab, it was developed by CSA, not Czechpoint, and was patented prior to the start of full production of their semi-auto rifles. This was prior to when Century started using it. While I agree that Century should spend another hundred to make the rifle perfect, but the few issues that exist don8217t ruin the rifle and they8217ve obviously tested the markets pricepoint and decided that 90 of the way there for 75 of the cost is more sellable than 100 at 100 of the cost. Your nipping at the edges while neglecting the fact that you can have 3 Centuries for one CSA at today8217s prices. If we were back in 2008 and the 500 Century vs 700 CSA, then we could have a legitimate argument on the merits, but Czechpoint8217s prices are outrageous. And best I can tell entirely due to their import monopoly (thanks ATF) as like I mentioned in Canada just recently with multiple sellers and US before the Czechpoint monopoly, the rifles were 700 on sale with 800 standard pricing (50 just bc you8217re the only seller is price gouging IMO). Yes, Century had a really bad go with the Tantals, Golanis, CETMEs, etc. All of those were around 20088230 The tantals were a 223 barrel, not 5.45. The bolt grinding and all of those issues were largely 2008 as well. As I understand it, that was when they were trying to do building in house as cheaply as possible and screwed things up. Trying to save pennies cost them dollars, and I think they learned their lesson. But from all I8217ve heard and seen they8217ve largely learned their lessons. Look at the VZ2008 reviews and Centurion 39 reviews. To get any other milled 7.6221539, you8217re looking Arsenal8217s 1500 models that they recently introduced as being a complete gamechanger for the AK platform8230 I8217ll agree that canted front sights are still a common issue on Century branded weapons. BUT most of the AKs they stamp actually have their front sights installed in Bulgaria, Romania, Serbia, etc. It8217s not a Century screw up and slightly canting front sights is remarkedly easy to do. And there are also some folks over in the CZ forums that have CSA rifles that have had sight cant issues and also issues with getting Czechpoint to fulfill their obligations under warranty 8212 monopoly affecting customer service too. So yes, front sights are easy to screw up. Century doesn8217t have as good of quality control as some others. On the receivers, current production ones don8217t appear to have the same issues as the early ones on both length and stock hole. However, I can8217t speak to the stock as it8217s still on my to do list, but the nature of the issues are such that a very minor amount of fitting will correct. Your argument is that what8217s arguably perfection is worth 3x times the dollars. My argument is one of optimum value. And from that perspective if wanting OEM reliability, etc, I8217d probably lean more towards a CNC build w an excellent condition military surplus kit and top notch builder and still come in cheaper than what Czechpoint is charging these days. But it8217s just my opinion. We all have our biases. RSR, your info is outdated regarding the so called 8220advantages8221 of a century build Vz2008 1) Current Czechpoint barrels ar Walther made 16.18243 chrome lined w removable muzzle devices. same benefits as a Green Mountain barrel, and the chrome line is already there as opposed to sending out your rifle for nitriding. Factory barrel can be ordered with the superior Slovak muzzle brake as opposed to the crappy AK slant brake that magnify cheek slap. 2) The baked enamel finish on a Czechpoint is far superior than the easily scratched phosphate finish on the Century. 3) The 1200 Czechpoint has a standard bayonet lug, as well as the muzzle brake and a receiver side plate for adding a scope mount, so if you feel the need for mounting a bayo it8217s a non-issue. 4) Concede the mag advantage to the Century, just hope you get one that8217s not equipped with a out of spec receiver with the akward safety, or a bent piston, and your untabbed carrier works decently. ( common complaints at the CZ forum, as you well know. ) 5) So you spend 60 to make the Czechpoint 8220perfect8221 as opposed to a few hunderd on a Century and get a steel trigger group that you need to modify ( thus voiding all warranty from Century ) to get a decent trigger pull. My VZ 58 has over 8K rounds down the pipe with no issue, very, very few complaints about the Czechpoint composite trigger as opposed to Century builds complaints. 6) As stated before, Century receivers are crap shoots, while it may be a 8220true8221 double stack, the receivers are often out of spec, the safety is reversed to where you break your grip to manipulate it, some magazines in a Century receiver have horrible wobble. I know of no cases where a Czechpoint conversion has been an issue, and for compliant states the single stack 10 round magazine is a nice option with cheaper single stack 10 round plastic mags readily available. 7)Backward safety, ambi or not, is still akward to manipulate, and is evidence or poor 8220reverse engineering8221 by Century. 8) The overwhemingly amount of surplus parts is rated anywhere from 8220very good8221 to 8220barely serviceable8221 with a skecthy 1 year warranty backing it up. Yeah, I8217ll take new high quality parts with a stated 5 year warranty from a company wiht a reputation for providing excellent customer service over the drunken monkies. 9) I know very few Century owners who got away with spending 100 8211 200 dollars fixing up their Century unless it was to get it up to snuff before dumping it on an unsuspecting buyer. Most guys I KNOW spend closer to 500 making the Century right, unless they just want a 400 safe queen. 10) Modern american made 7.62 x 39 ammo is made to .311 bullet diameter, not .308 as done earlier when the mini-30 was the only non-commie rifle besides Century using .308 barrel blanks, but now even Ruger is making their mini-30 barrels with .311 bores, they didn8217t like having to replace the smaller bore barrels worn out by people shooting the more common and much less expensive Combloc ammo. Bottom line, you get what you pay for, while a 400 VZ2008 may work, and sometime work surprisingly well, anybody who8217s honest and does an honest comparison between the two companies will see the reason why Czechpoints cost 3x as much ( at the current sale price Century is selling their VZ3008 for, I8217ve also seen them for sale at their normal price of 600 ) And yeah, I own both, I lke both, but it did cost me 500 to fix every issue I had with the Century before I trusted it as being reliable, Century did have horrible customer service when I tried to get them to fix the rifle under warranty, To date my Czechpoint has been utterly 100 reliable, to me, that8217s priceless, so the 750 I paid for in back in 2010 makes it a true bargain although I8217d buy it at today8217s prices without qualms. 8220In fact, the 2008 is probably among the best weapons Century has ever released.8221 That may in fact be true, but its not saying much. Having owned both rifles, I don8217t even see it as being a close call: the CSA is a quality rifle, and the Century is, well, a Century. You gonna admit, its pretty piss poor of them not to fix a barrel that lost headspace because it wasn8217t pressed in correctly, eh I will do some follow up research on the Century thread pattern. Mine is in a shop 50 miles away so I cant check it right anytime soon. The ones I have seen had 142151 LH threads and accepted AK muzzle devices. As far as I remember, the Czechpoint rifles have 14x1RH, and there are plenty of muzzle devices available for that threading as well. Is this correct Not an expert on Canadian gun laws, but they have doublestack receivers and use standard VZ58 mags pinned to 5 rounds. Beyond mag restrictions, they8217re also required to have an 188243 barrel. The CZ 858 is the Canada model. My CZ 858s (Canadian version of the VZ 58) both have 15.58243 barrels and have to be registered as 8220restricted8221 firearms. That means that I can only shoot them at approved gun ranges and require a transport permit to travel to the range and back. That was the case until about a month ago when our national police force (the RCMP) decided to change its classification to 8220prohibited8221. That means that we will have to surrender them to police or sell them to a museum or a properly licensed business. Our Conservative Government has granted a 2 year amnesty protecting owners from prosecution for simply possessing these firearms until this mess gets sorted out. We can keep them locked up as safe queens for now but forget about enjoying them at the range. I8217m so pissed off right now about this that I may have to go to my bunker and write another letter to my Member of Parliament, with exclamation points. That8217s right, I am one badass Canuck. And I8217m not alone, since AKs and variants are prohibited up here, the Vz 58 is (was) very popular. mrpiggy fingers says: RSR is correct on the pinned mag and 188243 barrel model being the 858. They came with a nice real hardwood stock stamped with a maple leaf for around 700-800.As of about 1 month ago they were reclassified from non-restricted to prohibited.The Canadian government has offered a 5 year amnesty on ownership which basically means you can keep it locked in your safe but if you take it out you could go to jail. mrpiggy fingers says: The Canadian government has offered a year amnesty on ownership which basically means you can keep it locked in your safe but if you take it out you could go to jail. (Edited for updated information,Sorry about that) Great review, Mr. Grine. Thorough and well-written. I especially appreciate the history and background explanations: I had no idea of the quality differences between the VZ.58 and the VZ 2008. I8217m in the market for one of these rifles and I think you just saved me from a truckload of trouble. I owe you a steak. Where are the VZ-588242 RIFLES 7.62X39, I Have a SAM 7 but need to have a truck gun, smaller lighter faster8230.:) Frank Griffin says: I hope someone might give me some advice. I just took a used Century VZ2008 sporter out to shoot for the first time. It did not cock the firing mechanism on about 20 of the rounds fired. Also, if you try to slowly let the bolt go forward it wants to hang up. A little wiggling of the bolt will sent it forward, but that doesn8217t seem right. I am wondering if the bolt is loose or if the receiver is cut incorrectly to allow the bolt to get slightly canted when it is going forward. I took it all apart and cleaned everything and lubed it, but none of that effected the problem. Any ideas or suggestions The serial number is slightly above 2000. Derek Hannan says: Controlling the bolt forward isn8217t a good idea with any self loader so doesn8217t prove much. The problem could be ammo related. The only cycling problem I8217ve seen with VZs is when the recoil spring hasn8217t been slid freely back into the block. The block will hitch if its not done cleanly. Derek Hannan says: As a general comment on the VZ2008, I8217ve had mine for around a year, used (but not used to look at it). I8217ve put 500 Wolf HP and 300 Wolf FM through it without any problems. I did swap out the slat cut brake for a simple basket fitting. The slant threw rounds all over the place. Now its good for 2MOA at 100 with cheap ammo. That said, before firing I had several things to correct. Century made simple jobs harder when they applied the finish over all the pins and screws. The front sight post was canted 11 degrees. I applied heat to drift out the pins, belted it with a rubber mallet until straight then repined. No, it wasn8217t as easy as that sounds. The Front sight windage adjust wouldn8217t move8230more hammering. Now I can adjust with a screw tool. Last, my work caused bare metal to visible so I used my not This is Derek Hannan says: Oops. Too much. Bare metal was covered using my secret sauce. That8217s black nail varnish (thankyou Goth daughter). Then apply nail matting agent over it. Its a 500 gun that shoots reliably and reasonably accurately even with iron sights and cheap ammo. Yes they made some clunkers but get a late serial number and you8217re good to go.Verizon Communications Inc. (VZ) Option Chain Real-Time After Hours Pre-Market News Flash Quote Summary Quote Interactive Charts Default Setting Please note that once you make your selection, it will apply to all future visits to NASDAQ. Jika, sewaktu-waktu, Anda tertarik untuk kembali ke setelan default kami, pilih Setelan Default di atas. 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