Testing the waters, not really sure what I'd like in trade, but open to most anything. VZ-58 imported by Czechpoint USA. This is one of a rare number of rifles that was imported with original Beechwood furniture, as most rifles had a bakelite/fiberglass impregnated particle board type furniture. The rifle has a deep glossy black finish, and the beechwood is refinished through Czechpoint. Shoots 7.62x39, and comes with 8-30rd mags, and original sling. Now here's where the gun really excels over an AK variant, in my opinion... disassembly, very low number of parts, simple function, light weight, and a milled receiever that weighs less than a stamped AK!! The upper hand guard, and rear dust cover, are both held in place by push pins, which push out, and the parts come off. Here's the upper hand guard/heat shield... Here is the the piston, which travels rearward about a little over an inch, and comes right out with its spring... The rear dust cover comes off in the same fashon... The bolt carrier assembly slides to the rear and comes out, then seperates into 4 individual parts... Here's an overview of all the parts. Notice how the piston and bolt carrier assemblies are simpler and far less bulky than an AK? The short stroke design makes quite a difference in recoil, not having all that mass slamming back and forth with each shot.