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Old February 23, 2019, 12:54   #1
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Inch pattern receiver availability

I was pondering picking up an Aussie parts kit and I was wondering if the good folks at fal files could point me to a good source of inch receivers before I pull the trigger on buying the kit. As far as I can tell I haven't seen any except for century made imported receivers. Does anyone manufacture inch pattern receivers anymore? Pardon me for being new to the fal game lol.
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Old February 23, 2019, 12:56   #2
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Old February 23, 2019, 23:09   #3
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Unfortunately, there are none. The most you can hope for is to post a WTB in the marketplace and see if someone responds. They won't be cheap either, probably something in the $900 range. The century receivers do pop up from time to time and are sufficient for an L1A1 build, though not aesthetically correct. Those typically are in the $600 range. There's also the possibility of DSA doing a run, but when/if...who knows.
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I got lucky & found one someone was selling to $450 if I remember correctly. It was a Coonan & will be built on very soon
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Old February 24, 2019, 17:03   #5
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I purchased two of that last run of DSA forged L1a1 receivers and realized have a pair of Coonan inch uppers and another Century import Imbel. Did a count of kits and quality of kits and considering letting go of one of the DSA new in plastic and one of the Coonan used from a torn down kits value would be?

With a reassessment of importance of building rifles as I spend time taking care of wife following her wreck and the additional injuries caused due to her bone disease and counted my built "in the vault" kits and factory rifles such as Springfield SAR 48's and DSA's. If not for being a "collector" might not own any FAL's as generally go for firearms that shoot most consistent and yet to hold an FAL that will shoot groups to match my Springfield Super Match or National Match.

Add in how tight some of my AR 10's shoot, ease of building, reliability, etc and collecting plus just the fact around here most at the local range get all intrigued when a few FAL's are racked behind my position and one on the rest. When finish the kits with barrels already indexed and headspaced along with whats completed in vaults or corners of rooms will be over a dozen FAL's/L1a1's in the fleet.

Art got me intrigued with his 6.5 Creedmore M14's so purchased a Springfield M1a "Loaded" in 6.5 Creedmore and have barrels now to build a pair of 6.5 Creedmore AR 10's to go with one already complete. Sub MOA relatively easily with 1/2 MOA attainable building M14's and AR 10's am considering selling some of my L1a1/FAL hoard. Wondering what the value of receivers is after selling the last one for $150 under market due to not asking value before listing.
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Old February 25, 2019, 16:37   #7
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You can get a sporter off Gunbroker.

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Old February 28, 2019, 07:37   #8
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You can get a sporter off Gunbroker.

https://www.gunbroker.com/Item/800667939
That is a bit steep. The rifle isnít worth the sum of itís parts.

With a little patience, one should be able to pick up a Century rifle with In el of Argy receiver for around $800, sometimes less if you are lucky.
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Old February 28, 2019, 09:00   #9
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That is a bit steep. The rifle isn’t worth the sum of it’s parts
Sure it is. $550-$600 receiver, $350-$400 parts kit.

It's right at the upper end - but even I'd pay $800 for it and that's just to strip it for parts.

I do several thumbhole rebuilds a month nowadays.

A 110 prefix might be cut for L1A1 mags. Gun has been refinished nicely.
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That is a bit steep. The rifle isnít worth the sum of itís parts.

With a little patience, one should be able to pick up a Century rifle with In el of Argy receiver for around $800, sometimes less if you are lucky.
It's $899 now.
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Sure it is. $550-$600 receiver, $350-$400 parts kit.

It's right at the upper end - but even I'd pay $800 for it and that's just to strip it for parts.

I do several thumbhole rebuilds a month nowadays.

A 110 prefix might be cut for L1A1 mags. Gun has been refinished nicely.
Problem is that inch kits are not selling.... and the barrel on that kit will need to be threaded and keyed for the proper flash hider. Not a big deal for you, but most folks will have to farm it out. Inch smalls are everywhere. I think it would be hard to pull $400 out of the extra parts on that build without correcting the muzzle end.

Of course, you don’t know what kind of inch parts will found in that build, or barrel characteristics. At $800, it is still a gamble (especially taking into account shipping, transfer fees, time extra.).... but I’m pretty sure I stated that $800 would be a reasonable price.

Now, if you walked into your local gun shop or show, and the rifle was in front of you, cash and carry, removing the shipping/transfer hassles (and risk) makes the $800 a better deal.
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Old February 28, 2019, 19:54   #12
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With todayís CNC technology, if DSA produced L1A1 receivers before, both Brit and Aussie cuts, they should be able to produce them using existing CNC programs. Itís not like they have reinvent the wheel. I believe the demand is there for L1A1 receivers. I wonder, whatís keeping DSA from producing them?
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Old February 28, 2019, 20:20   #13
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Inch kits aren't selling because there are no receivers. Metric are trickling in but the inch world is a desert. Inch kits are a plenty out there and the prices are low, I think it's because there are no receivers to be had. Aside from the afore mentioned tactic of buying a built rifle and stripping it, that is. And that kind of defeats the purpose of building a kit, if the rifle is built already.
Besides, most of the time the receivers, while they work, are not correct in profile, a turn off for some. Simply metric pressed into L1A1 roles.
DSA would do themselves a favor by making some quality inch receivers, especially brit cut, since that's what a majority of kits I see are the origin of.
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Old February 28, 2019, 21:54   #14
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DSA would do themselves a favor by making some quality inch receivers, especially brit cut, since that's what a majority of kits I see are the origin of.
I got all my Brits built with their last Brit cut run. Now I need 7 Aussie cut receivers. C'mon DSA!
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Inch kits aren't selling because there are no receivers. Metric are trickling in but the inch world is a desert. Inch kits are a plenty out there and the prices are low, I think it's because there are no receivers to be had. Aside from the afore mentioned tactic of buying a built rifle and stripping it, that is. And that kind of defeats the purpose of building a kit, if the rifle is built already.
Besides, most of the time the receivers, while they work, are not correct in profile, a turn off for some. Simply metric pressed into L1A1 roles.
DSA would do themselves a favor by making some quality inch receivers, especially brit cut, since that's what a majority of kits I see are the origin of.
I ďthinkĒ that if DSA did a type 1 with no other changes but an inch style magwell lightning cut and L1A1 markings they could sell it as close enough for an Aussie and sell quite a few. Taking metric mags May even be a plus. In fact, GP, maybe you could do that to a type 3 in your spare time (haha) and see if it sells
The only issue is that Iím sure it is probably >$200 to machine the lightning cuts and engrave it.
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DSA will be doing a run of receivers late summer....at least G1 & maybe Inch. The delay is due to their back-log of building up and shipping their recently released Izzy's.

A call to DSA wouldn't hurt....that's what I did looking for a G1.

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i just build a kit on a metric receiver on a dsa type 2 worked completely fine just needed a metric folding handle and some lapping on some parts. last inch i saw was 1200$ wasn't worth it for me.
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Yeah the DSA rep at knob creek said that they'll be aussie pattern. Wouldn't be a bad idea to pick up one of tdw's kits in anticipation
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Just spoke with DSA and they confirmed they will be doing a run of G1 and Aussie Inch receivers later in the summer, after they finish their Izzy builds.

They have not concluded if they will switch to billet steel or stay with cast.

They are not taking pre-orders at this time....you need to periodically check with them for pre-orders or availability.

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Iíve decided to go the route of going through Gunplumber to put the Brit cuts on an Imbel and building on one of his refinished kits as opposed to hitting the refresh button on DSAs website all summer in wild hope of making the cut before they sell out in 20 minutes.

The final product will be worth it and I can get the ball rolling a few months earlier in the build queue.
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I purchased two of that last run of DSA forged L1a1 receivers and realized have a pair of Coonan inch uppers and another Century import Imbel. Did a count of kits and quality of kits and considering letting go of one of the DSA new in plastic and one of the Coonan used from a torn down kits value would be?

With a reassessment of importance of building rifles as I spend time taking care of wife following her wreck and the additional injuries caused due to her bone disease and counted my built "in the vault" kits and factory rifles such as Springfield SAR 48's and DSA's. If not for being a "collector" might not own any FAL's as generally go for firearms that shoot most consistent and yet to hold an FAL that will shoot groups to match my Springfield Super Match or National Match.

Add in how tight some of my AR 10's shoot, ease of building, reliability, etc and collecting plus just the fact around here most at the local range get all intrigued when a few FAL's are racked behind my position and one on the rest. When finish the kits with barrels already indexed and headspaced along with whats completed in vaults or corners of rooms will be over a dozen FAL's/L1a1's in the fleet.

Art got me intrigued with his 6.5 Creedmore M14's so purchased a Springfield M1a "Loaded" in 6.5 Creedmore and have barrels now to build a pair of 6.5 Creedmore AR 10's to go with one already complete. Sub MOA relatively easily with 1/2 MOA attainable building M14's and AR 10's am considering selling some of my L1a1/FAL hoard. Wondering what the value of receivers is after selling the last one for $150 under market due to not asking value before listing.
I sold a new DSA LMT made L1A1 receiver for $1100 last year to a member here. I was just selling him an Australian L1A1 kit and then he asked what I planned on doing with the receiver. I was planning on building an early C1 but found out that a metric type one receiver was more accurate but I still didn't want to sell it but when he offered me $1100 and I just happened to have some bills that needed to be paid, so I let it go. Whatever you do, don't sell it cheap here.
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Iíve decided to go the route of going through Gunplumber to put the Brit cuts on an Imbel and building on one of his refinished kits as opposed to hitting the refresh button on DSAs website all summer in wild hope of making the cut before they sell out in 20 minutes.

The final product will be worth it and I can get the ball rolling a few months earlier in the build queue.
A wise decision, I assure you. No it is not cheap, but worthwhile things rarely are so. Seen below is one of the jewels of my meager L1/SLR collection, awaiting a few final touches. Mark did the cuts and I couldn't be happier. The QPQ nitride on all these parts is the icing on the cake

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A wise decision, I assure you. No it is not cheap, but worthwhile things rarely are so. Seen below is one of the jewels of my meager L1/SLR collection, awaiting a few final touches. Mark did the cuts and I couldn't be happier. The QPQ nitride on all these parts is the icing on the cake

Looks awesome. My receiver is a PARS (couldn’t source an different Imbel at an acceptable price) so unfortunately its not possible to get the markings done. But the “look” is there and it will be built on a known good quality receiver into a gun that will run.

Reading the ARS FB page about the last batch of Brit cut DSAs scared me off. Machining for mag fit is bad enough but being warped is completely unacceptable.
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I sold a new DSA LMT made L1A1 receiver for $1100 last year to a member here. I was just selling him an Australian L1A1 kit and then he asked what I planned on doing with the receiver. I was planning on building an early C1 but found out that a metric type one receiver was more accurate but I still didn't want to sell it but when he offered me $1100 and I just happened to have some bills that needed to be paid, so I let it go. Whatever you do, don't sell it cheap here.
Advertised an inch receiver for $650 a few months ago and it went immediately. Buyer told me what it was worth and offered to let me out of the deal but wasn't losing money and let him have it per my stupidity. If someone wants a new forged DSA inch receiver and is paying over a grand just let me know.
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Looks awesome. My receiver is a PARS (couldnít source an different Imbel at an acceptable price) so unfortunately its not possible to get the markings done. But the ďlookĒ is there and it will be built on a known good quality receiver into a gun that will run.

Reading the ARS FB page about the last batch of Brit cut DSAs scared me off. Machining for mag fit is bad enough but being warped is completely unacceptable.

I can do the markings on a PARS, I just can't make the gear logo go away. Not good enough at micro tig welding at this time.
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A wise decision, I assure you. No it is not cheap, but worthwhile things rarely are so. Seen below is one of the jewels of my meager L1/SLR collection, awaiting a few final touches. Mark did the cuts and I couldn't be happier. The QPQ nitride on all these parts is the icing on the cake

Looks stunning, what does the right side look like please?
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Looks stunning, what does the right side look like please?
Apologies, I only have a photo showing it in-the-white, and I'm at work presently... but it'll give an idea of the cuts/visual

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Yes, a wise choice having Mark work you up an IMBEL. Here's mine...





This was prior to him being able to do markings, unfortunately. But as said, it fills the void and plays the part very, very well. I couldn't be happier with the rifle.
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I saw in a post above that DSA said that they would be doing inch receivers later this summer when the Israeli receivers are done. So, I e-mailed them yesterday and got a response today. It confirms all that was stated in the post. Probably Aussie, maybe billet if cost is right.

It may be a good idea if everyone here that wants any e-mail or call. Squeaky wheels and all that.

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I saw in a post above that DSA said that they would be doing inch receivers later this summer when the Israeli receivers are done. So, I e-mailed them yesterday and got a response today. It confirms all that was stated in the post. Probably Aussie, maybe billet if cost is right.

It may be a good idea if everyone here that wants any e-mail or call. Squeaky wheels and all that.

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Looks like pre registration time is here

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You can get a sporter off Gunbroker.

https://www.gunbroker.com/Item/800667939
This is the route I took.
Ive got three L1A1s that started as CAI guns.
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Says that all DSA receivers start out as investment cast in the Aussie pre order ad.

Looks like billet wasnít the chosen path.

The price looks very reasonable.
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Looks like pre registration time is here

https://www.dsarms.com/p-17160-dsa-s...andle-cut.aspx
Thanks for posting that link, I've been sitting on an Aussie parts kit hoping to find a receiver and send it to Arizona Response to work his magic. Was thinking about selling the parts but I guess I can wait lol
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Still waiting on these DSA receivers! Hopefully they'll do another run of Brit cut Inch receivers. Got a cherry English kit I'd like to build up to another L1A1.
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