^ Things are looking REAL bad there lately. About 1/3d of my wife's family in CT is moving to England over the next few weeks. However I got a couple/few buddies in the LE/Security racket down there and business is good. It's the only thing keeping them there.
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I went with the G3 pattern rifles, but a Rhodesian FAL would be something I would welcome.
One of my best friend's actually dealt in selling Rhodesian uniforms and such when he was in college. He really knew a lot about the conflict. May he rest in peace.
Constantly studying spots welds, mag well dimple shapes, center support rivet heads and selector markings for the last 12 years...
BTW - Keep your BFH away from my AK!
WTB Late East German 7.62 top cover and gas tube numbered 687.
I hope to have the kit in hand this week sometime so I can go thru it and figure out what other parts I will need.
I miss not having a rifle in 308.
I have had a few very nice Belgian FN/FALs and always enjoyed shooting them but I love having a beater looking rifle that has actually seen combat because there is actual history involved.
Finally done with my double matching number SA/RA rhodie.
Leaving it as is, or going baby poo?
I hate to advocate drugs, alcohol, violence, or insanity to anyone, but they've always worked for me.
Hunter S. Thompson
Leave it as is, fake baby poo, meh... Gotta have the history.
We've got a hell of a lot more in common with the fellow citizens we're being trained to hate than the puppetmasters training us to hate them.
LOOKING FOR: EG SSG-82 5.45 bolt gun; Soviet (7.62), East German (7.62/5.45) and Romy (5.45) Barrels; nice EG or Soviet Makarov
I organize and sell Commbloc weapon/parts/accessory collections and estates for those who cannot or would prefer not to, send a PM if interested.
Kalashnikov Collectors Association
Going to leave it as is more authentic that way.
The buttstock on mine has someone's first name scratched in it so no way I would cover that up.
Had some Rhody parts and decided to do up my para clone in baby poop colors. Thankfully the handguards, grip, & top cover still had a good amount of color, so I had them color analyzed & paint mixed to match. Applied said paints with an old sock, then distressed it a bit. Shooting it regularly certainly has added a little character as well. Definitely an enjoyable project
Sorry for the crummy pic, the green is a bit greener than what the image shows...