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Thread: CZ 958 "Teaser # 2" :)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hermid View Post
    I dunno, I was thinking of saving for a Mini-30, But, if this is going to be non-restricted and under 1,000 dollars, I think I mite get it!!
    Is the receiver redesigned, so it can't be converted into full-auto in anyway?
    Converted TO full auto wasn't the problem. Converted FROM full auto was. According to the RCMP.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Grumpy Wolverine View Post
    The hunter should make a good all around 300 yard coyote and deer rifle, as well as a lightweight "truck" or carry rifle.
    What makes the Hunter better suited to this task than the tactical model? I'm not seeing much difference besides the lack of a fixed front sight and the different stock.
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    Quote Originally Posted by caribico View Post
    Are they going to be sold non resctricted then put on the PROHIBITED list ???
    Quote Originally Posted by Hermid View Post
    Is the receiver redesigned, so it can't be converted into full-auto in anyway?
    You guys need to educate yourselves.

    Newly designed VZ58 rifle to meet RCMP specs to the letter. New semi-auto receiver w/rail and will accept vz58 accessories and mags which are plentiful. Please don't buy one and leave them for us who understand this

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Joe-Man View Post
    What makes the Hunter better suited to this task than the tactical model? I'm not seeing much difference besides the lack of a fixed front sight and the different stock.
    Because it's called The Hunter, therefore it has to be better at the task.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Grumpy Wolverine View Post
    Because it's called The Hunter, therefore it has to be better at the task.
    I see no flaw with that logic. Thanks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Joe-Man View Post
    I see no flaw with that logic. Thanks.
    ON serious note though I think that the idea is that without the front sight base etc, it looks a little more like the Valmet Hunter style, a little less tactical etc.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Grumpy Wolverine View Post
    ON serious note though I think that the idea is that without the front sight base etc, it looks a little more like the Valmet Hunter style, a little less tactical etc.
    I just hope you guys do decide on still using the rear iron sight on the tactical. If the rail interferes with the rear sight the just cut a radius line down the Centre of the rail.
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    Nice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr Wolverine View Post
    Here are the first photos of the pre-production CZ 958, enjoy 

    Hey Grumpy, any word as to why the receiver is milled out above the trigger?
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    Quote Originally Posted by canadiansurvivor View Post
    Hey Grumpy, any word as to why the receiver is milled out above the trigger?
    That makes it impossible to retro fit FA parts, assuming a person could find or make them. A person would have to mill out the internal receiver to have space to fit the parts and when that is attempted the mill would break through the receiver and render it useless! The ease of conversion to FA is a consideration with all new imports.
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