An older semi-automatic Czechoslovakian battle rifle originally developed after WWII and chambered for 7.62x45, but rechambered for 7.62x39 after Czechoslovakia was engulfed by the Soviet Union.

This rifle features a detachable 10-round magazine and a side folding bayonet. It is comparable to the SKS both in original concept and basic layout.

Later replaced by the SA VZ 58 assault rifle in the early 1960s.
The VZ 52 is said by some to be more accurate than the SKS.
by MLW RS18 December 28, 2011
SA VZ 58 Is Czechoslovak assault rifle, introduced in 1960s, full name of rifle is SA VZ 58, witch mean: S-samočiný ( self loading) A-automat (automatic/automatic wepon) Vz: vzor (type) 58 ( first project is from 1958).
VZ-58 Is very similar to Soviet AK-47 so lot of people mistake those two guns.
Yo, it is Ak-47!
No you idiot, thats VZ 58
by Schebke17 August 19, 2022
The name of the parties at Bornholms Gymnasium!!!!!
VZ fezzt på fredag!!
by BG Lion November 18, 2016