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    Default Re: South African contract FN Paratrooper parts

    Quote Originally Posted by Brendank View Post
    Have you tried the DS Arms railed dust-cover?
    So... it appears as if DS Arms doesn't enjoy such a great reputation on the US-based FAL groups...

    Just sayin'...
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    Default Re: South African contract FN Paratrooper parts

    Quote Originally Posted by Brendank View Post
    Have you tried the DS Arms railed dust-cover?
    Yes.
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    Default Re: South African contract FN Paratrooper parts

    Quote Originally Posted by Paul View Post
    So... it appears as if DS Arms doesn't enjoy such a great reputation on the US-based FAL groups...

    Just sayin'...
    Apparently things went downhill when they started making their own receivers etc. Allegedly from FN drawings.
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    Default Re: South African contract FN Paratrooper parts

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    Nogal. And its quite an accomplishment to shoot it with a folded stock....
    That is best chirp I've read or heard today! ;-)

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    Default Re: South African contract FN Paratrooper parts

    Tend to think that the para carrier is not as smooth as the rifle version. Figure that it is because of the spring being more central on the rifle carrier whilst with the para being higher up it cants the front of the carrier down. Evident from wear pattern on a few para carriers I have.

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