VZ 58 Pistol 762B Czechpoint w/ Brace
CzechPoint Inc. is located in the United States was launched in October 2008. They are a direct partner with Czech Small Arms, a firearms manufacturer located in Jablunka, Czech Republic. CzechPoint is the sole importer and primary distributor for the following Czech Small Arms (CSA) manufactured firearms the Sa vz. 58 Sporter rifle, the Sa vz.58 Sporter pistol, and the Sa vz. 61 Pistol. CzechPoint is proud to be the sole importer and distributor of Alfa Proj revolvers manufactured in Brno, Czech Republic. CzechPoint will help to eliminate communication issues and offer firearms dealers and buyers a source of contact for CSA products.
The Sa vz.58 pistol in 7.62x39 is manufactured by Czech Small Arms in Jablunka, Czech Republic features
VZ 58 Pistol Czechpoint w/ Brace 762 x 39
- high quality barrel manufactured by Lothar Walther in Germany
- chrome lined barrel bore
- Shockwave Blade pistol stabilizer
- patented push-down plate on bolt carrier to prevent misfire issues (Czech Small Arms vz. 58 firearms are the only vz. 58s manufactured with this vital part to ensure reliability)
- drilled and tapped side rail holes in receiver for do-it-yourself side rail installation for optic mounts (side rail and optic mount not included with pistol)
- semi gloss/matte black finish cured at 300 °F over phosphate.
- two 30 round magazines. (Style may vary.)
- owner's manual
- cleaning kit
- 5 year warranty
Note: Style muzzle brake may vary from pictures.
Important Notes: The bayonet lug is not attached to the front sight base. Reason: it is not possible to fix a bayonet to the vz.58 pistol as the proximity of the bayonet lug to the gas adapter/block does not permit attachment. In addition, all vz. 58 Compact 762 pistols possess the front sight base with enclosed circle and the narrow width trigger guard (as shown in the photos). In addition, front and rear sling swivels are identical to what is shown in the photos too.Front Sight may vary from picture and be either a closed or open sight. (Sorry no choice or special request at this time)
Gas Piston Notes: The Compact pistol gas piston cannot be removed without a tool. To remove the gas piston, once the upper handguard jacket has been removed, use a cleaning rod section from the cleaning kit and insert the cleaning rod into the receiver (beneath the rear sight). Push the gas piston to the rear with the cleaning rod to compress the gas piston spring and then push down on the rear of the piston that is protruding from the gas piston hole in the receiver. This action will angle the gas piston upwards, away from the gas adapter/block, and the piston can now be removed using index finger and thumb.
Ammunition Notes: It has been confirmed while shooting the vz. 58 Compact 762 that the Wolf brand ammunition manufactured in the Ukraine is not loaded as hot as Wolf brand ammunition manufactured in Russia. The Ukrainian ammunition continued to cycle the pistol reliably, but casings were ejecting approximately half the distance of the Russian ammunition. It was also noticed that Golden Tiger ammunition (manufactured in Russia) did not eject as far as Russian manufactured Wolf ammunition. Golden Tiger was reliable too, and casings ejected farther than Ukrainian ammunition, but Golden Tiger casings did not eject as far as the Russian manufactured Wolf brand. From our experience of shooting the vz. 58 Compact pistol, we recommend the Wolf brand ammunition manufactured in Russia.
Shockwave Blade pistol stablizer Notes: The Blade stabilizer is made from high strength glass-reinforced polymer and is attached to the pistol using the Czech Small Arms adapter. The Blade incorporates a vertical “fin,” which you stabilize against the inside of your forearm when in the firing position. Or, you can stabilize the Blade against your cheek for a perfect, steady sight picture. The Blade is secured to the tube using the set screw. Each vz. 58 Compact pistol will include a copy of an ATF approval letter detailing the Shockwave Blade pistol stabilizer.
Pistol includes the glass-filled nylon US made trigger. If the Czech steel trigger is preferred, please scroll down to the bottom of the page to purchase the steel trigger and it will be installed before your pistol ships. Section 922(r) is not applicable to the vz. 58 Compact model as it is a pistol and not a rifle. The color of the finish is a semi gloss/matte black coating (cured at 300°F). The new production pistol barrel is made from a high alloy Chrome Molybdenum steel (4340) and IS chrome-lined. The flash hider is removeable and the thread pattern is 14x1 right hand (standard vz.58 thread pattern).
SBR Warning: a stock can only be legally attached to this pistol after a Form 1 has been approved by BATFE. Attaching a stock to the vz.58 pistol, without an approved Form 1, is a federal felony and conviction could result in 10 years imprisonment and a $250,000 fine.
Drilled and tapped holes for the receiver side rail ARE included in the purchase price of the pistol. In other words, you can easily install our optional side rail by removing the two screws in the receiver and screw on the side rail with a hex/Allen wrench. GUNSMITHING IS NOT REQUIRED TO ATTACH THE SIDE RAIL TO OUR VZ.58 PISTOL. Do not forget to use high strength thread-locker on the screws while attaching the side rail.
PLEASE NOTE: If you live in a magazine restricted state we remove the hi cap mag and will be glad to substitute with a 10 round mag IF AVAILABLE. If a 10 round mag is not available we will remove the hi cap magazine from the shipment. We cannot ship prohibited magazines to out of state addresses. There will be no substitutions or discounts offered for removal of mags.
It is your responsibility to be familiar with your current local gun laws BEFORE placing your order. Please feel free to email us with questions you may have.
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WARNING: This product can expose you to Lead, which is known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information go to - www.P65Warnings.ca.gov