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    Default Full FN FAL Blueprints

    Yes, once again i'm asking for blueprints,. so has anyone got the full FAL prints? i've got the reciever already. thanks
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    If you find FACTORY OEM blue prints in any language please share with your friends here on Gunco.

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    There aren't any. I have "the set" on my site. Reverse engineering and fitting parts are still the best way.
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    Would FN Fal parts posters help you??????
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    I'll continue searching. maybe i'll get lucky like i did with the AK and find arabic prints.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jimmy t View Post
    Would FN Fal parts posters help you??????
    they may help, are they to scale?
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    you would think factory prints would be highly protected and if you could locate them,you would probably be charged a pretty penny.

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    Did some googling and found that someone in AL sells all kinds of gun prints. I don't know anything else about them or what the coverage/quality is. The below link shows a big list of all the ones he has available.

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    (Scroll down until you see "Southern Trading" )


    Oh, and I also found a FAL receiver drawing, but by the look of it it is most likely a hobbyist who reverse engineered an Imbel or FN, as the drawing doesn't look like it was professionally done.

    I tried to post them in the Library forum, but I don't seem to have permission to do so. Maybe a moderator can help out...

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    Bet they are the same prints drawn by W.E.S. on 7-19-90 I used twenty years ago on my 4340 billet receivers. You would think factory prints would have leaked being made in several countries as far back as the 50's. Seems like DSA use to advertise they used factory prints in receiver manufacturing. Down in Aussie land is there the "Freedom of Information Act"? If the FAL was made in a Aussie Gov't Arsenal Plant might be a possibility.

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    Hey, wow...you are right on with the date on the prints I found. In the drawn by section it is crossed out, but it sorta looks a bit like it could be WES.

    I found one other possible lead from a FALFILES post in Dec 2008:

    - Google FOIA
    - Google U. S. Army Armament Research, Development and Engineering Center, Picatinny Arsenal, New Jersey
    - Request drawing number F7267490, drawing title Receiver, Rifle, Caliber .30, T48

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