3 variations of the ARES SA VZ58 Assault Rifle M4 Version AEG. Long, Medium and Short.
Hop up adjustable in the breach
Runs efficiently like an Ares M4 would.
Uses an M4 configuration rather than an AK.
Comes with a magazine with 300 rounds
Length- 635mm Weight- 2500g Magazine Capacity- 300 Rounds Power Source- Battery Powered Blowback- No Shooting Modes- Semi, Full Auto Hop-up- Adjustable in Breach Magazine Compatibility- ARES AEG Magazines.
The vz. 58 (model 58) is a 7.62mm assault rifle designed and manufactured in Czechoslovakia and accepted into service in the late 1950s. While externally the vz. 58 resembles the Soviet AK-47, it is a different design based on a short-stroke gas piston. It shares no parts with Kalashnikov rifles, especially the magazine which is of an M4 configuration in this case. The great thing about the Ares VZ58 AEG is that it resembles the real steel version to a tee. The features you find on the airsoft replica is what you'd find on the real steel version. This particular version now comes with an M4 type stock tube and collapsible stock instead. The bent trigger guard is rather unique but was purposely placed there making it easier for right handed people to use their left hand to reload. It may be tougher if you're wearing gloves though. It shoots much like the Ares Amoeba M4 series meaning that they use very similar internal systems. Basically, the trigger pull is incredibly crisp so each and every tug seems very featherweight meaning you can pull the trigger as quickly as you can press the left mouse button in all shooting games. One of the more convenient features is the placement of the hop up adjustment dial. Once you pull back the charging handle, you'll notice it right there. Turning it clockwise will increase the hop and visa versa. There are now 3 versions of the VZ58 M4 Version. The longer, medium and the shorter version. Using a 7.4 Lipo battery will suffice as it'll be crisp, accurate and consistent.
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