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Just wanting some info since I recently purchased a VZ.24 thats been sporterized, I think they are a beautiful gun and very reliable and accurate...............

I dunno for sure but I've seen VZ.24, VZ.52 VZ.58 what else am I missing??


what do they look like in original military configuration?
 

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Vz52/57 it is a Vz52 but in 7.62x39mm instead of 7.62x45mm.
 

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vz.98/22 (full length Gew.98 style mauser) and vz.23 (forerunner of the vz.24, few made, most converted to vz.24s) and vz.33 (lightweight carbine version of vz.24, rare and high dollar, but the holy grail of czech mausers)

not a great photo, but here is a photo of a 1924 dated vz.24
 

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oh, and here's another lousy photo of a vz.98/22
 

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VZ 54

Czech sniper rifle in 7.62x54. Basicly a reworked Mosin Naget. Rare in this country. Suppose to be a very nice rifle. I think it was another exported around the globe to third world nations.
 
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