View Full Version : My "new" L1A1 w/accessories (again)
May 20, 2001, 20:30
May 20, 2001, 23:07
What you only have one leg hahahahaha. Nice Fal but the jacket with the private protectors got to go and come on it aint that long RIGHT???? :p
May 21, 2001, 04:31
That looks like an SAS smok to me but I might be wrong.
May 21, 2001, 07:44
If I am not mistaken the jacket is a Brit. para smock. The "leg" is buttoned up in front after passing through the crotch. I have two W.W. II Brit. Denison smocks, both have this feature.
May 21, 2001, 09:25
Whos fake flash hider is that on the end of your barrel?
May 21, 2001, 10:57
I need one of those fake flash hiders how much if I may ask. Thanks RIck B :rolleyes:
May 21, 2001, 12:05
The smock is a British sniper smock. As far as the flash hider goes. It is a pseudo-hider for looks only(slots are filled in) The rifle was built by Rapid Fire in Troy, OH. Imbel receiver w/select Aussie L1A1 parts kit from Federal Arms.
nice setup. Whew, you scared me though. I thought maybe it was a picture of a raptured one-legged British soldier and the pretribs have been right all along......
runnin an gunnin
May 21, 2001, 16:30
Whose US parts did you use to meet the 7 parts requirement?
I am curious because to my knowledge no one is making fire control parts or anything like that I'm sure the count can be done just wondering how you did it!
May 21, 2001, 18:03
The market is virtually awash in fire control parts for the L1A1s now. There are also U.S. folding cocking handles, the DSA,Enmterprise,FSE,TAPCO gas pistons, and Dan at VOW offers fake Flash Hiders and U.S. pistiol grips in wood and plastic. Times have NEVER been better for those of us with an itch for an Inch gun.
Jim :D :D :D :D
May 23, 2001, 07:45
Very nice rifle; I hope my turns out that nice. Can you tell me how they finished the rifle? If parkerized, did they use manganese or zinc phosphate? That's about the color I'm going for.
May 23, 2001, 13:08
To be honest with you, I don't know!!
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