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Questions prior to FAL purchase

Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by DCR1911, Oct 22, 2008.

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  1. DCR1911

    DCR1911 Member

    Jan 23, 2007
    Hey guys,

    I have a line on a MA compliant FAL (somewhat of a rarity), I am familar with the history of the gun, but would like to defer to you guys as to what to look out for while examining it and shooting it prior to purchase. The description is below.

    "It is built on an Imbel kit and a Century receiver. Now the Century receiver is the new style, with the correct feedramps and geometry throughout (made up here in NH by T/C). Having built a dozen FALs on just about every available receiver (Coonan, DSA, Imbel, old crappy Century), this one is made right. The rifle was refinished in Manganese park by me, glass bead blasted for a smoother finish. The stock and handguards are refinished in Duracoat. US Parts are DSA HTS, gas piston, charging handle and pistol grip. Rifle is MA compliant and comes with 5 refinished 20 rd mags and 2 mag pouches. It has been function tested only with one box of ammo and works flawlessly."

    What say you experts? Thanks in advance.
  2. kfranz

    kfranz Member

    Dec 16, 2003
    Shoot it. If it works, you're good to go.
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