Czech Vz.58 Assault Rifle Magazine

Czech Vz.58 Assault Rifle Magazine

Product Ref: 03376.   Military Issue - Used
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Further Information
Further Information
  • Genuine issue from Czechoslovakian army
  • Fits the vz.58 assault rifle
  • Issued from late 1950s onwards
  • 30 round capacity
  • Compatible with 7.62 x 39mm cartridges
  • Empty weight approx 190g
  • Dimensions approx 23 x 7 x 2.5cm
These empty 30-round magazines are from the Czechoslovakian vz.58 assault rifle. This was first manufactured in the late 1950s and has a similar appearance to the Soviet AK-47.
Reviews (any views expressed are solely those of the reviewer)
Reviews
Great addition..
A great little addition to my collection this. Very similar in appearance to the more well known AK series, such as the 47 and AKM, and a new collector could easily display this as a substitute for the much more expensive Kalashnikov mags. Despite the obvious signs of regular use (paint scuffed, the odd ding), the pressed metal has held up remarkably well and the spring mechanism is in full working order, so the mag could be loaded up with spent or inert rounds to add a little more interest to the display.
Pros: Very affordable, Solid construction, Lots of character
Cons: none
Would recommend: Yes
Reviewed by Steve D in Walsall