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Old November 21, 2017, 17:03   #1
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Dsa type 1 overrun sale

So I was about to throw an order in for a Coonan G1, but I got an email just now about DSA Type 1 NCH overrun uppers for $274...
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Old November 21, 2017, 17:32   #2
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Old November 21, 2017, 17:42   #3
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Damn it ..... guess I have to order a couple more receivers (already have a couple on order with Coonan).
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Old November 21, 2017, 17:59   #4
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Define over run? ....I see they will be Mexico marked too...
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Old November 21, 2017, 18:03   #5
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Someone order one and provide a review on specs
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Old November 21, 2017, 18:22   #6
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Define over run? ....I see they will be Mexico marked too...

more Mexican over runs

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Old November 21, 2017, 18:27   #7
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Cast or Forged ?

I gots ta know...
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Old November 21, 2017, 18:36   #8
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Cast or Forged ?

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Oh you already know.


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....they aren't over runs....at least that is my understanding of how the Mexico thing works......which it's possible I don't properly understand it.....
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Old November 21, 2017, 18:48   #9
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....they aren't over runs....at least that is my understanding of how the Mexico thing works......which it's possible I don't properly understand it.....
Probably rejects if I get your drift. On the way back from the FFL stop by Lowes for some new Dremmel bits.
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Old November 21, 2017, 19:06   #10
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SDN is the Mexican organization that controls firearms and licensing in Mexico....looked it up and found a thread on some CZ 75s that were marked the same way.....
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Old November 21, 2017, 19:26   #11
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SDN is the Mexican organization that controls firearms and licensing in Mexico....looked it up and found a thread on some CZ 75s that were marked the same way.....
Yup......my understanding is every gun(if you can stretch the truth that far) is marked the same way.
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Old November 21, 2017, 19:42   #12
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Production Uppers for Mexico

Likely rejected.
That's O.K., I'll pass. I already have two of my own cast and assembled by D.S.A. receivers where magazines don't fit and won't feed because of Bolt Over Base. As well, the rails for the bolt were not completely machined at the front of the receiver and a Para bolt carrier will not close because of a step that raises the carrier and the top of the carrier collides with the receiver and won't allow the bolt to go home.
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Old November 21, 2017, 20:06   #13
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here you go "Unbeatable Lifetime warranty and quality." well from personal experience, DSA does take them back, and try to repair them



DSA SA58 Stripped Semi Auto FAL Receiver - Contract Over-Run - Type 1 Non Carry Handle Cut These FAL receivers are part of a contract over-run for a foreign order. Precision machined on all surfaces Type 1 Non Carry Handle Cut receivers are machine engraved S.D.N. MEXICO D.F. on the ejection port side as previous contract requirements. Our loss is your gain, pull that kit out of the closet.

Marked 7.62x51mm Caliber.
Made in the U.S.A. by craftsmen, the U.S.A. Gold Standard FAL Receiver.
Precision CNC machined out of 4140 steel using original FN and Steyr blueprints.
Fully heat-treated, not just induction.
Features a Mil-Spec manganese phosphate finish.
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I ordered 2. They can't be any worse than the Century's that I have massaged into life. Now days for $275 I guess I will have to deal with the Mexican logo. It's better than "Made in China" ....I think.....


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I guess I will have to deal with the Mexican logo.


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I ordered 2. They can't be any worse than the Century's that I have massaged into life. Now days for $275 I guess I will have to deal with the Mexican logo. It's better than "Made in China" ....I think.....


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Old November 21, 2017, 20:46   #17
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Get the mag well engraved with a Corona logo and you're GTG bro


It'll be easier to sell an inferior product into Mexico once Trump gets the wall built; the buyer won't be able to come back and complain!
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Old November 22, 2017, 08:35   #18
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Interesting, DSArms website is down during 'Black Friday' week. Right after they sent out emails about their deals.

I guess I shouldn't expect much from a company that can't even keep their own mags in stock.
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Old November 22, 2017, 11:39   #19
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It works just fine for me. I was just on it ordering a couple of AR parts
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Old November 22, 2017, 12:24   #20
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Heck, I paid $400 after transfer in 2001 for one.16XXX
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SDN is the Mexican organization that controls firearms and licensing in Mexico...
Secretaria de Defensa Nacional [SDN] is the Mexican Government's equivalent to the US Department of Defense [DOD]. More than an organization it is part of the government. In Mexico, the sale of firearms is regulated [controlled] by the SDN. There is a gun store in Mexico run by the SDN. Read that again, there is a gun store in Mexico, as in one, uno. If you want to buy a firearm legally in Mexico, you go there to make your purchase. BTW, military caliber's are illegal for the civilian market which is why the Super 38 and not the .45 ACP version of the 1911 is so popular in Mexico.

These receivers were originally ordered by SDN for Mexican Government use. I have no idea if they are rejects or actual contract overruns.
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I ordered 2. They can't be any worse than the Century's that I have massaged into life. Now days for $275 I guess I will have to deal with the Mexican logo. It's better than "Made in China" ....I think......
My thoughts exactly. Besides, they don't go bad sitting on the shelf.
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Old November 23, 2017, 01:59   #23
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Hard to justify

I need about 4 FAL receivers but even at $275, it's hard for me to justify when AR10 receivers are just $80 shipped. Might end up selling my kits instead of building them.
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Old November 23, 2017, 09:45   #24
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I wasn't planning on doing another Fal build but I might like a carbine version.

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Old November 23, 2017, 09:51   #25
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They also have NOS Argy bipod cut handguard's and "good" STG-58 handguard's for $30 a pop this weekend.
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Anyone built 1 of these yet ??
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Old November 28, 2017, 10:50   #27
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I bought one and it's already giving me trouble. The magazine well is too tight (mag won't lock in) and the barrel doesn't even come close to timing correctly.

The mag fit can be adjusted by shaping the mag catch but the timing issue is going to be a real hassle.

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Old November 28, 2017, 11:48   #28
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F'ing frustrating. This is about 100ft/lbs.

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rather under than overtimed
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Old November 28, 2017, 19:02   #32
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Actually I'd face off the receiver with these if it undertimed and you got a nice barrel you don't want to screw with the shoulder. Make sure the barrel isn't bottoming out on the breach
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Old November 28, 2017, 20:25   #33
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Actually I'd face off the receiver with these if it undertimed and you got a nice barrel you don't want to screw with the shoulder. Make sure the barrel isn't bottoming out on the breach
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In some cases I would have to agree, and this will be one of them. Mess with what you value less .
I agree with this wholeheartedly. Fix the defective part, don't modify good parts to fit junk ones.
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Mine are scheduled to be delivered tomorrow. I'll hand time some barrels and post my results here. That is if the OP doesn't mind me posting that info in his thread. I have my fingers crossed that I don't have similar luck as leland did. That sucks. What sucks even more is that I purchased these knowing full well that they will most likely need a lot of work to get them to function properly. It is a sad state of affairs that we can't buy a product and expect it to perform properly....
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I stand by my previous post, regarding why these are sold as "over runs". I mean seriously, would anyone buy these if they were advertised as "Seriously out of spec, may need a shit load of work to make them fit IN SPEC parts kits."
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.....aaaaaaaaand the locking shoulder hole is undersize by about .004”.

Calling DSA tomorrow. Thank god.
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.....aaaaaaaaand the locking shoulder hole is undersize by about .004”.

Calling DSA tomorrow. Thank god.
At least it isn't oversize like on this last Coonan.
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I might get one. I wouldn't mind having a MeXXican FAL.
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I bought one and it's already giving me trouble. The magazine well is too tight (mag won't lock in) and the barrel doesn't even come close to timing correctly.

The mag fit can be adjusted by shaping the mag catch but the timing issue is going to be a real hassle.

NO! Do not adjust the mag catch. That will only hold the mag lower and cause bolt-over-base. This is what DSA did when my customer sent his defective DSA-built rifle back to DSA. The problem is in the front of the mag well and the underside of the rails.

Dave is well aware of this defect and sells them anyway. He even threatened to sue me for pointing it out (bring it, bitch!). It's the Chicago Way. All it really did was get me to collect 17 years of records, of Dave selling defective parts long after being put on notice as to their defects.

Go to 2:12 to see how I work around the defective L1A1 receivers. Principle is the same for the FAL, just a little easier machine work. I need to find an upside down dovetail cutter. Right now I use a keyway cutter and finish by hand.

https://youtu.be/Zk9ciOEMUIo?t=123
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My inside contact spilled the Mexican Jumping Beans...

...on the defective product.
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I’m thinking of just buying a reamer and doing it myself. Mr. Graham, what is the appropriate size reamer for a FAL receiver?
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I’m thinking of just buying a reamer and doing it myself. Mr. Graham, what is the appropriate size reamer for a FAL receiver?
If it's anything like the ones I did last month, just some 100# on a slit rod and flap sand it. You'll probably see a high spot on the edge of the hole, and some rough spots from center to left side (pushing shoulder forward during insertion. Your "stop" point is when you still have a trace of finish in the low spots.

As to the specs, I have several factory prints, and they are close but not exact.

#1 .2965"-.0010"
#1 .2960 +/- .005
#1 7.5311 -.0254mm (converted)

#2 7.525 +/- .0175
#2 .2963 +/- .0007 (converted)

Which creates a problem, unless you get something custom ground.
19/64 is .2969 which is too big
7.5mm is .2953 and is too small.
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I picked up my two DSA Mexican receivers today. My first impression was that they look pretty good. They have a dark parkerized finish and the Mexico marks are pretty large and quite noticeable. So they look good, but will they go together without the use of a machine shop, that is the question. From what I’ve heard, and experienced myself, some of the problems with the newer DSA receivers include issues with lockup with a lower, magazine lockup, barrel timing, bolt carrier dragging, and locking shoulder bores being undersized. Therefore the first thing that I looked at was barrel timing. I used a G1 barrel and hand timed both receivers with the same barrel. Both of the receivers hand timed to gunplumber’s golden triangle. So that is good news. I then installed a G1 magazine catch and bolt hold open. I used a surplus STG magazine and the same mag catch parts on both receivers. The magazines fit correctly in the mag well and locked tight in both of the receivers. I didn’t have any issues with the pin hole or fit of the parts. So far so good. Next up I checked the function of a bolt and carrier. I used a G1 bolt and carrier and they slid back and forth on the rails in both receivers without any hangs or other issues. I then started a locking shoulder in each of the receivers and they started okay. I didn’t pound them in all the way but I am confident they will install just fine. The last thing I did was install the receivers on lowers. I used G1 lowers with hinge pins. Both receivers locked up good and tight. The lockup may have to be fine-tuned when I actually build these but I am quite satisfied with how they went together.


Going from my experience alone, and a sample size of only two….. thus far I have to give these receivers a thumbs up. The Mexican markings aren’t too obnoxious so I think they will look good on most builds. I hope this was helpful and will better inform your decision as to whether or not you will buy one of these receivers.













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Thank for the feedback Rick. I hope the two I ordered are as good as yours.
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Old November 30, 2017, 00:29   #48
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LMAO....
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Old November 30, 2017, 01:16   #49
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I really have to stop coming to this forum , it’s bad for my wallet

I just bought one to....

It’s very addictive
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Old November 30, 2017, 06:44   #50
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Sounds like luck of the draw
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