The vz. 58 P (Pěchotní aka "Infantry") is a Czechoslovakian assault rifle developed in the 1950s and accepted into service with the Czechoslovakian military.
vz. 58 P
Variant with metal folding stock manufactured for vehicle crews.
Variant with a mounting interface for the NSP-2 infrared night sight. Also has a fixed stock, cone flash hider and folding bipod.
Experimental 7.62x51mm version developed in 1966.
Experimental 5.56x45mm version developed in 1970.
Experimental bullpup developed in 1976.
Experimental (590mm) long barreled variant, similar to the RPK. Developed in 1976.
Experimental marksman rifle.
Civilian semi-automatic variant. Available in 390 or 295mm barrels. Limited production was made for the civilian market in Canada with an extended barrel length of 490mm.
Civilian semi-automatic developed for the civilian market in Canada.
Civilian semi-automatic variants.
Developed and manufactured by Highland Arms in the Czech Republic.
Conversion kit for all variants of the vz. 58 to convert it to fire .22LR.
Variant by Century Arms built using a Czech parts kit with a U.S. made receiver and barrel.
An adaption of the vz. 58 with components from the M16A2 first manufactured in 1986 by Rung Paisarn Heavy Industries of Thailand.