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Offline wolfhollow

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Re: new and used vz58 parts available at bonesteelarms.com
« Reply #15 on: October 28, 2014, 12:53:35 PM »
VZ-58 Phantom Flash Hider

Picked this up and had it delivered today. Overall very nice. It was a little tight on the threads at first. The only issue is where the pin drop into it to hold it in place. The pin would not go in and I had to file the smallest amount of material for it to work. Definitely worth the $20

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Re: new and used vz58 parts available at bonesteelarms.com
« Reply #16 on: December 29, 2014, 06:43:23 AM »
Where did you order from? Also has anyone ordered from VZ58rifle.com....wondering what your experience was with them.

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Re: new and used vz58 parts available at bonesteelarms.com
« Reply #17 on: December 29, 2014, 09:04:47 PM »
Agreed, they're good flash hiders and great quality. 

That's the CNC Warrior one -- can be ordered from either CNC Warrior or Bonesteel.  The plus of CNCW is that their inventory is live, which means if shows in stock it pretty much ships the next day.  Bonesteel can be hit or miss, but he is the forum sponsor so do what you will.  Bottom line, it's the exact same product.

Offline Lomx138

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I got the dust cover from them. Required a wire transfer to pay, but no problems with that or receiving it. It's still in a box, so don't ask how I installed it….

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Re: new and used vz58 parts available at bonesteelarms.com
« Reply #19 on: March 03, 2015, 01:18:53 AM »
Where did you order from? Also has anyone ordered from VZ58rifle.com....wondering what your experience was with them.

I ordered a few things from them in the past - A set of Zendl TBR and TMR and something else (don't remember what it was).  They won't budge on the exchange rate.   They didn't accept Credit Cards, or PayPal, etc.. so I had to do a bank transfer -- they will send their Swift Number and account/bank info for the transfer.   Since the Euro is crapping itself the US FRN has been much stronger so the the exchange is not as bad as it was a year ago.  However, he should take exchange against Czech Koruna, not the Euro - I believe Czech Republic does not use Euro currency yet (EUR is just used for bankster base credit and transfers), so why don't they allow payment exchanged to Koruna?

$ 1 (USD) = Kc 24.56 (CZK)
$ 1 (USD) = E .89 (EUR)

Last time I placed an order for stuff it included an expensive metal hinge folding stock and I emailed them several times to ask/complain about allowing payment from the US as USD FX to Koruna - no reply.  So I got pissed and cancelled the order.   

example:

Quadrail:
490 Euros  (FX = $549)
http://www.vz58rifle.com/products/duralove-predpazbi-expert/
11,760 Kc   (FX = $478)
http://www.sa58.cz/products/duralove-predpazbi-expert/

I believe they are screwing US on the exchange, when every day they do business locally in Kc not Euros.  My guess is that possibly they may be including additional VAT Tax on the Euro price -- which we do not pay as "Merikans".  (Assuming you live in the USSA.) Plus don't forget the shipping charges on top of everything.

Coinbase also opened legal bank exchange for Bitcoin in the Czech Republic -- that might be the fairest deal for everyone.  He could open a Coinbase business account and get paid directly in whatever he wants - automatically converted from Bitcoin.

I would order from them again because of the unique products they have, but you have to pay the price.
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Re: new and used vz58 parts available at bonesteelarms.com
« Reply #20 on: April 13, 2015, 07:23:15 PM »
Do you have a fixed stock and piston for a vz58 I need some other parts to if prices are good thanks please pm me some prices and how to pay I need  hand guard with reil

Offline CitizenPete

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Re: new and used vz58 parts available at bonesteelarms.com
« Reply #21 on: May 07, 2015, 11:04:06 AM »
Testimonial: IMO the Bonesteel FCG is worth the money for the upgrade.  Having tested it for several months in a CSA Sa. Vz.58 I have had no operation issues and I believe the take up, break and reset are superior to the OEM FCG.

US Made (and marked as such) for 922R compliance.

~$65 (at time of this post) for Sear Trigger and Disconnector
http://bonesteelarms.com/VZ-58-US-made-fire-control-group-CNC-VZ58FCG.htm
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Re: new and used vz58 parts available at bonesteelarms.com
« Reply #22 on: September 30, 2015, 12:54:11 PM »
Hi,

I'm from Czech Republic. I have good contacts with gun expert CZ. If you would like to buy something, so I can arrange that.

 

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