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Old February 24, 2009, 02:05   #1
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Aussie/Nz contract build photo thread

Post your aussies and your kiwis.


Here is mine one of pat's nz contract kits on a dsa inch receiver. Finish is all original. I always said I was gonna refinish it but I like the way it looks too much.




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Old February 24, 2009, 16:01   #2
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Only the one! Primo unissued kit from SLR-5000 and built ona DSA Inch receiver by Rich@CGW, Wife had it done for my Birthday since It is my first love!

my GREAT wife

couple of closer shots of the SLR


And when she got home and we unwrapped Dad's present!!!


Yes, she actually wrapped the rifle case she got from Rich to bring it home in and then in front of all our kids and their friends I got to unwrapped it, man what a surprise to finally get my hands on my own SLR!!!
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Old February 25, 2009, 11:42   #3
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Here is my L2A1 on a pre '94 AWB Enterprise inch receiver

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Old February 25, 2009, 13:46   #4
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OK, here is mine. Barrel threads were cut for compliance to slime bill.



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Compliance to what bill? You know you can rethread now right?
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My L1A1 was built in the early years of the Clinton era Crime Bill (AKA Slime Bill). Yes, I know it can be rethreaded, but I don't want to disassemble the rifle to PROPERLY thread the barel for a FH. It was a PITA to time the barrel the first time. It works fine as it is for me.
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Found out mine was an Aussie........Just started the rebuild!

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After many metrics..........

Here's my first INCH, 1964 NZ contract Aussie on a DSA INCH receiver........................the two-tone park kinda bothers me but, what the hell...........







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Old April 14, 2009, 13:08   #10
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Eden Import receiver Australian L1A1 SLR, sn. AD64222xx, from a New Zealand production contract. All serials match. The wood has never been sanded or oiled and still smells of the original creosote treatment! This is a minty rifle that I was fortunate to be able to purchase when it came onto the market recently.

The carry handle is NZ pattern. All of the accessories shown are original Australian. Cleaning thong and oiler reside in the butt trap.


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Thong and oiler reside in the butt
You know that statement leaves you wide open for cracks about an oily thong in your butt?


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NZ SLR

Heres my 1961 NZ L1A1, fitted with a H&K L12A1 .22 cal conversion kit and an ex-Israeli AN/PVS-2 Starlight scope.
I also have an L2A2 SUIT and its also fitted with a Hythe rear sight.



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What kind of finish did you apply to that carry handle. And where did you find that tan sling??
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Old December 17, 2009, 20:52   #16
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Semi-mixmaster Australian kit on an early Enterprise upper.
DSA stripper-clip cover with AIMPOINT ML2.

(Concrete - check. Magazine issue - check. Foot - check. Obscure booze ['Military Special' Rum] - check).
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Didnt have build to post, so here is my tru Lithgow made...
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Old April 19, 2010, 09:50   #18
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Cool My L1A1 ona DSA receiver

Finished build, a mixture of new and NOS parts with a few from the build kit I purchased. DSA receiver with a DEZ barrel. Global Military Gunsmithing did the upper receiver build for me. I built the lower. Still need to go to the range and see how she does. The hand guard is dated May70





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What kind of finish did you apply to that carry handle. And where did you find that tan sling??
Was your question directed at me?

I applied nothing to my carry handle, its the original finish, was NOS when I put it on and ive since replaced it with an original wood non-rotating handle.
The sling is a standard WW2 issue Lee Enfield sling.
Thats how the SLRs were issued in New Zealand.
Those slings are everywhere in NZ.
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Old August 03, 2010, 16:28   #22
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Hi everybody, I'm writing from Italy.
I'm glad to post my first message here with some photos of my FAL that I bought yesterday evening and fully inspected last night



I'm a competitive AR shooter and I would need some education about my Aussie.

What's the story behind this gun?







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Not really sure where to post this, but I've got a build-blog running on my Aussie kit + Entreprise Rcvr + SAF Lithgow bbl over on another forum I frequent.

http://www.houston-imports.com/forums/blog.php?u=30091





I believe you have to be a member to comment but should need to be one to view.
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The SLR looks great. More pics of the receiver please.
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Sure, my pleasure.
I guess that this Aussie would be illegal in US.











As I told you I'm not an expert of FALs . I bougth that because it 's a good looking FAL with a very sharp barrel, but when I disassembled it at home I had a lot of surprises : i guess I was pretty lucky.
Could you please educate me about my rifle? I can surely sent you by PM the serial number if it helps.

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Thought i'd share my Aussie now that it is finished. Thanks for the info you guys have provided.

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what's the story with the "two slots & nose under the gasblock" vs. "three holes and no nose"? old style, new style? aussie vs. brit? do enlighten me, guys and gals!
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what's the story with the "two slots & nose under the gasblock" vs. "three holes and no nose"? old style, new style? aussie vs. brit? do enlighten me, guys and gals!
Are you talking about this pic?



That is Brit furniture..
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I guess that this Aussie would be illegal in US.











As I told you I'm not an expert of FALs . I bougth that because it 's a good looking FAL with a very sharp barrel, but when I disassembled it at home I had a lot of surprises : i guess I was pretty lucky.
Could you please educate me about my rifle? I can surely sent you by PM the serial number if it helps.

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Lithgow, made in 1971. Beautiful rifle.

Is it still in 7.62 NATO? I thought civilian ownership of military calibers was not allowed in Italy?
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what's the story with the "two slots & nose under the gasblock" vs. "three holes and no nose"? old style, new style? aussie vs. brit? do enlighten me, guys and gals!
The Australian handguard design changed around 1968. Pre-1968 was solid wood of the "two slots & nose under the gas block" style; from 1968 on it was laminated wood of the "three holes and no nose" style.

So far as I know the British stayed with the two-slots design of handguard until they started using the reinforced nylon furniture in the 1970s.
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Thought i'd share my Aussie now that it is finished. Thanks for the info you guys have provided.

Is that a match rear sight on your rifle?
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Lithgow, made in 1971. Beautiful rifle.

Is it still in 7.62 NATO? I thought civilian ownership of military calibers was not allowed in Italy?
Yes it's a 7,62 NATO.
We do not have restriction for .223/5.56 ,45ACP, .338... too.
The only restricted caliber here is the 9x19 ( yes it makes no sense) that has been replaced for the civilian market by the 9x21 which has just the same properties
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Well I finished my third build and it's my first Commonwealth, but I guess I'm gonna have to refinish the wood and paint the thing to fit in with you guys.... damn these are some nice rifles!

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My aussie. I know a type III receiver. She shoots real nice though and has a 1968 chrome lined barrel to boot. My two favorite rifle's.

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Not perfectly done, tho better than the beaver crew's work!
Barrel was "overtimed", et cetera.
NGL Imbel upper, cut for inch charging handle, metric mags



I am not a purist when it comes to my own shooters, as safe queens just sit and may as well be canoe paddles in my little slice of Heaven.

I did mod the grip with more ' fill ' to the palm of the hand a'la 1911A1

The angry beaver barrel was slotted and RH thread under the pinned and welded ear gethumper

The rear sight has been modded for a smaller aperture, also

Thanks again to SloCat for the Carry Handle slot filler!
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9x 20 round inch mags, 3x 30 round inch mags and nice Fereday & Sons chestrig
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original Aussie Lithgow receiver on Aussie parts set, picked up in Montana.

Very accurate to boot
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Both New Zealand Army issued. Second one modified from original.






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Nice rifles there!

How long is the barrel on the one with the full length gas system? I want to build one just like that.

I mocked it up and am now waiting on the barrel and manryl stock set. Here is the crude picture of the crude mock up:



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Nice rifles there!

How long is the barrel on the one with the full length gas system? I want to build one just like that.

I mocked it up and am now waiting on the barrel and manryl stock set. Here is the crude picture of the crude mock up:
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I think it's 18 inches. This one was modified before serving in Malaya and Vietnam with NZ SAS 4 Troop/1st Ranger Squadron.
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I think it's 18 inches. This one was modified before serving in Malaya and Vietnam with NZ SAS 4 Troop/1st Ranger Squadron.
Would this technically have been a "B*tch Gun" then? Or was it nothing more than a stock SLR cut down to size?
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Would this technically have been a "B*tch Gun" then? Or was it nothing more than a stock SLR cut down to size?
Unsure of the term, but I've heard this called a "break" gun as in "Break Engagement", it had the L2A1 full auto parts installed. So I think it may have been built up or could be a cut down L1A1 with the extras added.
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Sounds much like what I've seen referred to by the Australian forces in Vietnam as a "B*tch Gun"...L1A1 with the barrel cut down short of the gas block, and full auto parts installed. I know that some also had the American XM148 grenade launcher installed under the barrel, but I don't know if that was true of all "B*tch Guns". (I have also heard the "Break Gun" term used.)
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Finished build, a mixture of new and NOS parts with a few from the build kit I purchased. DSA receiver with a DEZ barrel. Global Military Gunsmithing did the upper receiver build for me. I built the lower. Still need to go to the range and see how she does. The hand guard is dated May70





Max the cat wants to check out the build also.
I think Max is checking out HIS SLR. you know how cats are.
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Trying to decide which way to go with this mixmaster, All Aussie parts except Brit wood..I need to do a Brit Build and swap furniture. This is B61 Walnut

Gotta testfire and zero also.. sorry no booze, toes or tobacco dangit



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That is some really nice looking Brit wood!
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