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Thread: FAL Para conversion

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    Quote Originally Posted by pirate56 View Post
    here ia photo of my para fal, it is built from an stg58 kit on a dsa receiver with the dsa para kit.
    the bbl was cut to 16" and rethreaded & crowned and has a short stg type fh instaled. the handguards are from a std bbl izzy fal.


    the para kit comes with the lower & stock, 2 us parts, the bolt carrier, and top cover. you could possibly have them swap out the standard para cover with one for a scope mount. it also has the recoil spriong.

    in my opinion the fal is the greatest rifle you can own, my next choice would be an m14 built with all gi parts. you can't beat a .308
    That is the best looking Fal I have ever seen . period .
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    Personall I would stay away from falcon parts, all I have seen are junk, poorly done castings.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Red Jacket Firearms View Post
    That is the best looking Fal I have ever seen . period .

    Thanks Will, I really like it too!!!

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    i built several fal's using falcon parts. so far i have been happy with the parts.
    a couple of mine.
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