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    No Hope For Me Coils's Avatar
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    You have raised some confusion with this. There is no Fal with two feed ramps.
    I see what you mean how this can be confusing to some people, but I knew what he ment.

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    I just recently bought a Century arms FAL for 525 and it shoots pretty good. Haven't had any problems with it not feeding or ejecting (after I fixed the gas tube). Pretty fun to shoot but the ammo is definately breaking the bank.

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    Yup, Ouch!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Atom911 View Post
    I just recently bought a Century arms FAL for 525 and it shoots pretty good. Haven't had any problems with it not feeding or ejecting (after I fixed the gas tube). Pretty fun to shoot but the ammo is definately breaking the bank.
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    I still havent shot mine yet.Guess I need to try it to make sure its OK.
    SOON-We already lost the war. You are the resistance.

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    I have a Century fal I picked up a while back. Shoots pretty good. No problems. How do you tell the origin of the parts kit? It was listed as an stg58 on a Century receiver. No flash hider or bayonet lug. Non folding charging handle. Smooth bolt carrier. Small, non-finger groove carry handle. Metric mags. I'll have to look at the selector engravings.

    I originally bought a Romy RPK but when it arrived, it was a weld build and had a dent in barrel about 4 inches from the muzzle (that could be seen in the bore). The shop that listed it offered my the fal in exchange. Total price $400 -- ah, the good ole days.

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    I did a google when I got mine.The letters in the serial # tell what country the part came from.
    SOON-We already lost the war. You are the resistance.

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    I looked at it again today. It is a Century R1A1 marked receiver. The parts are non-matching 5 digit serial numbers. The selector has "S" and "E" markings.

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    I may be wrong but I think R=Cananda.I became a member at the FAL files Forum after I got mine to ask around and find out about the Century builds.
    SOON-We already lost the war. You are the resistance.

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