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The British variant of the FN FAL, here shown with its sensational wood parts, with a set of plastic parts aswell. These rifles where made by RSAF Enfeild, and Lithgow in Australia. These rifle where adopted after a breif period of using the EM2 Rifle chambered in .280in, something the Brits toyed with after WW2 to replace there .303 Lee Enfeild no4’s.
Often fielded with a Trilux sight, these rifles because knows as being “Soldier proof” during there serivce. One of my favourite rifles fielded by the British!

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The British variant of the FN FAL, here shown with its sensational wood parts, with a set of plastic parts aswell. These rifles where made by RSAF Enfeild, and Lithgow in Australia. These rifle where adopted after a breif period of using the EM2 Rifle chambered in .280in, something the Brits toyed with after WW2 to replace there .303 Lee Enfeild no4’s.

Often fielded with a Trilux sight, these rifles because knows as being “Soldier proof” during there serivce. One of my favourite rifles fielded by the British!

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