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Thread: CZ 958 "Teaser # 2" :)

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    Quote Originally Posted by tinbird View Post
    As I've never had a firearm with this type of 'composite' stock, can those of you who have experience with these advise of the durability? It appears to be a resin and wood chip combination.
    This firearm has a certain aura about it that is causing me to want to get a shower curtain, a bucket of goldfish, two mousetraps and and a container of Crisco to use while I look at its pictures, is this a bad thing?

    Tb
    Durable as heck , not the prettiest but light and utilitarian!

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    Quote Originally Posted by tinbird View Post
    As I've never had a firearm with this type of 'composite' stock, can those of you who have experience with these advise of the durability? It appears to be a resin and wood chip combination.
    This firearm has a certain aura about it that is causing me to want to get a shower curtain, a bucket of goldfish, two mousetraps and and a container of Crisco to use while I look at its pictures, is this a bad thing?

    Tb
    Very Tough, very light, and I actually like them a lot.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Grumpy Wolverine View Post
    OH did I say 16 to 18 months? That must have been a typo
    16-18 ... why not 6 to 8? :P

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    If we have to wait 16-18 months... then that means its part of NEXT YEARS gun budget. Guess I can go buy something else now lol

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    Chrome line the barrel and il take two!
    Great work
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    Quote Originally Posted by Grumpy Wolverine View Post
    that's better...sheeeesh.
    No, the CZ ladder sight most likely won't be an option.
    Any better pics of the rear sight that is on the lower one?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Grumpy Wolverine View Post
    We'll have a few more pictures as well once we can find some more tintype plates for John's camera
    Lol!!!!!
    Poor John is always getting teased!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rick911 View Post
    Do the cz858 bolt, bolt carrier, dust cover compatible ?

    Would it be possible to sell stripped receiver/ receiver+barrel if they can be completed with reg. Vz58 part kits ?

    Ty
    I am counting on it and so are many others!

    I know of at least 6 CZ858 PROHIB owners locally that are looking for a solution to their problem and a new receiver would be the cost effective answer.

    Oddly enough, they all bought their 858 direct from Wolverine...
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    Could the design not be tweaked slightly to offer a full length of uninterrupted picatinny rail across the top?

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    Quote Originally Posted by K-C View Post
    I am counting on it and so are many others!

    I know of at least 6 CZ858 PROHIB owners locally that are looking for a solution to their problem and a new receiver would be the cost effective answer.

    Oddly enough, they all bought their 858 direct from Wolverine...
    Looks like they are not interested in answering this one.

    I think its a very pertinent question.

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