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Old December 17, 2012, 21:36   #1
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New DSA Rhodie Upper

I've been watching this auction on GB.
http://www.gunbroker.com/Auction/Vie...Item=320848857
DSA has made some uppers with the South African lightening cuts. I wanted this one so bad I could taste it, but money is tight and bidding went higher than I could afford. It is s/n 007 with the Rhodesian crest engraved on the magwell. I really wanted this receiver for an all matching Rhodie kit



I hope this isn't just one of a very limited run by DSA

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Old December 17, 2012, 22:28   #2
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10-4 on the being broke gig! Hate it too!

Cool receiver; I would like it even better without the crest. The 1.5 cuts look pretty good.

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Old December 17, 2012, 22:40   #3
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I wanted that one too just wasn't sold on the crest if it was South African it would be better. I would be torn on drilling a big hole in the mag well if I won it
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Old December 17, 2012, 22:52   #4
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I listed the receiver to see interest, I have a South African crest with revised markings including the UM on the way, I wanted to do the Rhodie crest As I got it from the memories of Rhodesia website ( with their blessing ) And have many friends who served in that war. We may do a limited run of both with correct era serial numbers.
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Old December 17, 2012, 23:00   #5
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Forgot to mention we have only 5 left in that serial range, next limited batch will be different with serial numbers and markings. That was the only engraved one so far.
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Old December 17, 2012, 23:06   #6
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Hmm,

I thought DSA only made a Rhody receivers for Larry Vickers, apparently not. Wonder why they weren't posted here on the Files, would have been some guaranteed sales.

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Old December 17, 2012, 23:18   #7
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The receiver was my idea, how Larry vickers comes into it I do not know, I did not post it on the Fal files due to the hostility I have received and I was not trying to make sales, this was my project and will take it a little further if interest is there but it did it for many friends I served with to recognize a little known nation that won the war but lost the political battle, I like to engrave history into cold hard steel.
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Old December 17, 2012, 23:23   #8
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I would buy one engraved or otherwise. That history needs to be remembered!
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Old December 17, 2012, 23:33   #9
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That is a neat piece.
I like the period correct SN idea. Why hasn't DSA jumped into the custom serial numbers game yet though?
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Old December 17, 2012, 23:34   #10
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Our intention was to use some of our Rhodie parts kits to release a few rifles to the market to remember the struggles and wars of Southern Africa but at this point the receiver is the best we can do.
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Old December 17, 2012, 23:35   #11
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Custom sn disrupt production but we can do limited runs.
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Old December 17, 2012, 23:41   #12
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Are you going to list another one on GB?
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Old December 17, 2012, 23:43   #13
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May be a week but will be with South african crest.
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Old December 18, 2012, 00:05   #14
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R1 shooter,

When Larry Vickers posted here a while back he discussed how DSA was making him a 1.5 type rec. for his Rhody build. Reportedly others inquired and said it was no go. Its interesting to see these. More of this kind of offering will be greatly sought after. Good on yah. Great product.

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Old December 18, 2012, 00:13   #15
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That may have been a deal with a former rep but I can tell you the concept came from me, anyone who says otherwise can talk to me to my face , I have never discussed this with Larry Vickers but I think I may be more qualified than him in this regard.
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Can one be ordered WITHOUT the SUBSTANDARD Ejector block?
Also, I ONLY have 10-12 surplus barrels.....from Imbel, Argy, South African, StG, G1's, do you think ANYONE of them will hand time properly WITHOUT having to shave the barrel shoulders?

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Old December 18, 2012, 06:55   #17
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Old December 18, 2012, 07:43   #18
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How was the crest applied, pressed?, engraved?. also the paint looks very crisp how was that applied. Looks good

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Old December 18, 2012, 08:21   #19
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They will time perfectly and if you arrange with me I can not have the ejector block installed, it is engraved after parkerizing. We can not do custom serial numbers but the next batch may have ZA or RA prefix, we may not run more than 50, I will gauge demand.
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Old December 18, 2012, 08:27   #20
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They will time perfectly
Thats good to hear,I would assume then, the locking shoulders will also, be in the standard size range?
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Old December 18, 2012, 08:44   #21
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Old December 18, 2012, 08:57   #22
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Great! in that case,you should be able to sell a couple hundred,I would think
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Old December 18, 2012, 09:07   #23
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Nice job R1shooter.

Better than nice, in fact - more like awesome.

I am definitely interested.

Hope they become available in the near future. If they do I would like to get two maybe three. Please keep us informed.

DSA seems to be doing a lot more of these special projects and I hope they keep it up.
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Old December 18, 2012, 09:20   #24
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Old December 18, 2012, 09:30   #25
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I think interest in R1's and Rhodesian rifles will continue far into the future. There are still a lot of kits out there.
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Old December 18, 2012, 17:04   #26
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DSA Rhodie Upper

Well to start off, I'm the guy that won the auction, so now you know who to direct your hostility towards. I made a good cotton crop this year in spite of the drought, and I just couldn't resist a Merry Christmas to me. I've been sitting on the tractor watching this all week and I just had to have it.

I thought I was through building R1's after I got my Coonan R1 receivers, but I keep finding kits. I now have three more to build, maybe more if I cobble together some spare parts lying around. This is an addiction! At least I now have another properly machined receiver for my projects.

R1shooter,
Thank you for your efforts on this project. It appears you have done a great job.
I agree with the others that there is plenty of interest in more receivers. I know I would purchase several more. I know people would love to have custom serials to match their parts and the proper markings.
On a side note, will DSA have anything new to show off at SHOT Show?
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Old December 18, 2012, 18:17   #27
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I would buy one with the ZA serial and UM marking, with or without the crest.

Baie Dankie. (Afrikaans: Thanks Alot)

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Thanks for the support guys, started a run of 100 receivers today and am supervising this myself, the crest is an add on option, they will be UM marked. Email me at dan@dsarms if you are wanting one and I can keep you posted and monitor demand.
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Old December 19, 2012, 20:49   #29
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Forgot to mention we have only 5 left in that serial range, next limited batch will be different with serial numbers and markings. That was the only engraved one so far.
I think DSA has engraved at least one other one identically as I know the owner of the receiver.
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I guarantee you it is not identical, we used the graphics from memories of Rhodesia but you are correct that it is not the very first.
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Tell ya what, if DSA ever makes one with a Brit crest for my L1A1, i would be all over it, might be kinda hard on a brit type receiver though. maybe a union jack in the cut away area??
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Any updates on the run of 100 ?
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Will be done next week then off to heat treat,I have a list of emails I will send out when are ready, I am hoping to get them asap.
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Will be ready in a few weeks, email me to put your name on list, I have good list going but no panic we will have enough.
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Update, the Rhodie receivers will have a 1000 series RA serial number be marked R1 and have the same layout as the original and have the union marks as my one has. The manufacturers marks on right side are small font. I just got 2 R1 barrels from apex that rock so this is a great chance to get a great build.They will time to the R1 barrels and are as correct as they can be , I just have to perfect the South African crest, the Rhody already rocks.
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Can one be ordered WITHOUT the SUBSTANDARD Ejector block?
Also, I ONLY have 10-12 surplus barrels.....from Imbel, Argy, South African, StG, G1's, do you think ANYONE of them will hand time properly WITHOUT having to shave the barrel shoulders?

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Update, the Rhodie receivers will have a 1000 series RA serial number be marked R1 and have the same layout as the original and have the union marks as my one has. The manufacturers marks on right side are small font. I just got 2 R1 barrels from apex that rock so this is a great chance to get a great build.They will time to the R1 barrels and are as correct as they can be , I just have to perfect the South African crest, the Rhody already rocks.
What union marks? Could you post a photo so we can see what you're talking about?

Would it be possible to get the SADF crest on a regular Type 1 receiver?

These might make for a nice "cool factor" but to you guys that are trying to be as original as possible, they're not even close.
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Hoot you would be surprised how close they are, of course they are not exact but I know this project well.
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I'm not trashing your receiver, I'm speaking historically. The cuts may be correct. They look pretty good to me, but I'm not all that critical about (non-functional) 1/16" of an inch here or there, but more about the markings. I'm glad to see that somebody at DSA is trying to help us with something that's not in the inventory, but I'd hope that the product would be historically honest rather than a marketing ploy.

The R1 never had a crest, South African or Rhodesian. The crest was only used on the original FN contracts they supplied to the RSA, and they were Type 1 receivers. The RSA made R1 (Type 1.5) receivers didn't originally have an RA or ZA serial number either. Neither did the FAL's that RSA made for export (technically not R1's, but RSA made FAL's none the less).

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What union marks? Could you post a photo so we can see what you're talking about?
Would it be possible to get the SADF crest on a regular Type 1 receiver?

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The m in u are the union markings and the shooting team R 1 rifles indeed did have the crest, all r1 rifles that have rough machining in the crest area were sanitized, I have seen ZA serial prefix rifles for the Zulu police and yes the RA prefix was put on in Rhodesia, I still own a rifle like this in original form at my home in South Africa, historically accurate with RA prefix no but nostalgic for me. I have seen the roll stamp used for the crest in Pretoria so I know they were done in house, maybe not all of them.
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A buddy turned me onto this thread - I got 2 R1 type DSA receivers awhile back thru Mark at DSA - it's been awhile so I'm not sure if Mark is still there

One of mine has a custom serial number to match a Rhodiesian kit I have and the other one is serial number 00005

With all that being said I am glad to see interest in the South African FAL's bringing a correct FAL receiver to the market

Be safe and everyone have a good 2013 !

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A buddy turned me onto this thread - I got 2 R1 type DSA receivers awhile back thru Mark at DSA - it's been awhile so I'm not sure if Mark is still there

One of mine has a custom serial number to match a Rhodiesian kit I have and the other one is serial number 00005

With all that being said I am glad to see interest in the South African FAL's bringing a correct FAL receiver to the market

Be safe and everyone have a good 2013 !

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Looks LIKE COONAN, took care of that MONTHS ago..... proper cuts, personlized custome serial numbers AND the correct .MM and the UM markings.....MOST importantly.....proper barrel timing, proper LS's and correct Ejector Blocks!!!

BUT we do enjoy watching DSA bringing up the rear of the pack these days!!

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Nothing wrong with more receivers on the market.... I just wonder why so much time was wasted on all of those plain vanilla type 3's a while back...
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Nothing wrong with more receivers on the market.... I just wonder why so much time was wasted on all of those plain vanilla type 3's a while back...
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Competition is good for the market. Those that want to compete and win market share will put out the best product. It's a win for the consumer.
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A buddy turned me onto this thread - I got 2 R1 type DSA receivers awhile back thru Mark at DSA - it's been awhile so I'm not sure if Mark is still there

One of mine has a custom serial number to match a Rhodiesian kit I have and the other one is serial number 00005

With all that being said I am glad to see interest in the South African FAL's bringing a correct FAL receiver to the market

Be safe and everyone have a good 2013 !

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Competition is good for the market. Those that want to compete and win market share will put out the best product. It's a win for the consumer.
110% agreement!!! This KEEPS builders/manufactures honest and normally keeps QA/QC as well as customer service being TOPS!!

Also secures our hobby and addicts SUPPLIED and HAPPY!!!!!

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