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  1. #21
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    Default Re: F.A.L.'s I hardly ever see any in Pa...

    Mark (ARS) doesn't mince words.
    He's very helpful and probably the best in the U.S. for fals- just don't piss him off with bullshit.
    Crusader's local #556 South Central Asia chapter

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    i was at that oaks gun show i saw at least 5 . not sure what they were .

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    I've got mine
    ...and the hits just keep on coming. #MAGA

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    Quote Originally Posted by Near Sighted Sniper View Post
    You could easily find a nice Imbel kit in very good condition for under $600
    Next find an Imbel receiver in between $600 & $650
    Then either buy the tools & screw it together or send it off to someone like Mark Graham @ Arizona response systems & have him build it for you.
    You'll be into it for about $1500 but it'll be better than anything DSA has put out in a LONG while.
    Well for one thing, $1500 is not an insignificant amount of money. Now throw in: research to figure out what's good and what's junk, sourcing the kit and receiver, waiting to have it built. It all adds up to a fairly large pain in the ass.

  5. #25
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    Belgian homies
    Wacky D is not a rapper, Wacky D is an entertainer !

  6. #26
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    Quote Originally Posted by cdi View Post
    I've twisted together a lot of FALs over the years.
    There's a few of them laying around here still.

    The best kits dried up many years ago and now command upwards of a grand for primo kits.
    DSA receivers have been hit or miss over the years. There is a premium paid for early D.S. LMT contract receivers.

    If you haunt the market place at the FAL FILES, good running guns can be had for reasonable prices.
    It seems a small number of collectors have driven up prices for primo kits and receivers. Building it yourself is no longer a way to save dough on an FAL.
    I remember that curvy beauty you showed me the one time I was there. The one with the red dot when I was contemplating an RDS vs an ACOG. IIRC, that was the one you were considering for that security thing that never happened, right?

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    It's still here.
    The P.R. contract never happened (it was all Trump's fault).
    Crusader's local #556 South Central Asia chapter

  8. #28
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    No I've never seen much in the way of FALs here in PA. Can't think of one I've seen in a gun store here in PA and did see a few at a gun show for very high prices.

    I've wanted one for a long time but have not yet found "the one" at the right time and place when I had the money.

    DSA of course is the only game in town for complete new rifles. The ones from the past few years do not have a great rep. However it seems the latest ones built on the Israeli kits so far seem to work OK.

    There are also NOS Imbel receivers available from PARS that were imported years ago.

    Looks like Coonan is out of business.

  9. #29
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    Quote Originally Posted by Emptymag View Post
    FAL - 8 feet long and 75 lbs

    AR15 - Fits in your pocket and doesn't even register on a scale


    Mystery solved.


    Nice rifles! ^^^
    Gotta point. My FAL hasn't been out to play in a long time. The AR - always.
    All of my guns are lubed with BACON GREASE.

  10. #30
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    Quote Originally Posted by Stooperzero View Post



    Belgian homies
    I owned a FAL like the one in the picture, mine wasn't an original FN though and I don't remember the manufacturer but it was imported by Armscorp. I've also owned a DSA FAL as well as a century L1A1 which were both great rifles. I liked all my FALS but ended up selling them off to raise money for other projects. The last time I saw a FAL in a gun shop was at American Arms and Ammo about a year ago.
    Last edited by wellcraft; May 22nd, 2019 at 05:24 PM.

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