View Full Version : Ident/Israel: parts needed for Israeli clone?

July 05, 2001, 14:09
I'm pretty much a newbie when it comes to FAL style rifles, so if this question has been asked before, I apologize.

I'm putting together a Izzy Light Barrel FAL and have been told that I need Izzy specific parts from the receiver forward. Ok, no problem...except that I have no idea as to which parts are required. Can someone point me to a list or post a list of the parts that are needed?


Kurt (Slowly crossing over the line to FALaholic...)

Mr pogo
July 06, 2001, 03:14
More info needed. Are you trying for 100% Izzy and want to know what parts to get or want the Izzy look on a metric or inch foundation?

This is an Izzy light kit complete, lower barrel is an Izzy heavy.


July 06, 2001, 07:03
I'd like to get as close as possible, but if good quality parts can't be found, I'll settle for the Izzy "look" on a metric receiver.

May 30, 2003, 14:06
Can you have an Izzy look on an inch receiver?

May 30, 2003, 19:32
Go to Sarco they have quite a list of parts. Some are unique like the lower $45(?).
Gunthings has a smaller list but their service is much faster.

Almost(?) every Izzy part is marked even if it is otherwise identical to it's metric equilivent.


This started out as a G1 lower.


This G1 had most parts replaced or modified.

August 06, 2003, 14:32
What is Sarco's www address??

August 06, 2003, 16:20

Have been told they are slow, but you do get what you ordered. Don't have any experience with them, so this is only hear-say to me at this point.

August 08, 2003, 11:57
I ordered some stuff through them. There was a mixup on the order, and the first time customer service took my notation but didn't do anything. The second time, I got my missing parts.

Only a minor frustration. The price was right. I would order from them again.


August 08, 2003, 20:57
I've ordered Izzy parts from Sarco before, I got what I ordered, great condition. They've a good selection of parts , you might have to wait a little while, but I believe it to be worth it. Jeff

September 11, 2003, 12:00
Thanks for the link...I have seen SARCO ads before but never paid much attention.
They have a bunch of useful reference stuff on there!