Czech Vz.58 Magazines with Leather Pouch

Czech Vz.58 Magazines with Leather Pouch

Product Ref: 03377.   Military Issue - Used
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  • Set of 4 magazines in original leather pouch
  • 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
  • Front leather strap fastens onto metal attachment point
  • Two leather belt straps and metal loop at rear
  • Empty magazine weight approx 190g
  • Magazine dimensions approx 23 x 7 x 2.5cm
  • Pouch dimensions approx 18 x 24 x 7cm
This vintage leather pouch neatly holds four empty vz.58 magazines in individual curved compartments.
The 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.
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