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Old May 25, 2019, 11:15   #1
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The 3 Inch-Pattern Rifles together

Hello,

Please see some pictures of my 3 "Amigos" Inch-Pattern Rifles together (FN C1A1, Australian L1A1 (used by the New Zeland Army) and British L1A1. Enjoy!




















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Old May 25, 2019, 11:21   #2
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There is an elegance in the Commonwealth riFALs that is undeniable.

Thanks for sharing the photos.
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Old May 25, 2019, 11:30   #3
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I like! End of an era and a nice collection.

Canadians didn’t do that bad going to the C7
Australian Aug was a nice choice if you are downsizing
The brits going from L1A1 to L85 must have been rough.

My first parts kit was an L1A1 so I’m partial to it but there’s no denying that wood is good
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Old May 25, 2019, 12:12   #4
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Nice set! Any plans for a Kiwi or Indian?
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Old May 25, 2019, 12:23   #5
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Awesome collection--- thanks for sharing pictures!!!

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Very nice little group indeed.
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Nice set! Any plans for a Kiwi or Indian?
My Australian L1A1 was used by the New Zeland Army, this is a Kiwi rifle.
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Old May 25, 2019, 18:06   #10
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Old May 25, 2019, 19:09   #12
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Very nice.

Im really torn when it comes to people posting their collections on FalFiles.
On one side I really enjoy seeing others amazing collections.
But on the other hand it makes me want to buy more riFals!
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Very nice.

Im really torn when it comes to people posting their collections on FalFiles.
On one side I really enjoy seeing others amazing collections.
But on the other hand it makes me want to buy more riFals!
The rules stated when you signed up that you had to buy more any time that you got the "urge"!
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Excellent Group AF1. I see the Canadian 8L C1A1 has the magazine cut to remove and replace the extractor.
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Wow,

I have lots of coachwood furniture, but that walnut looks sexy. The marnyl looks like incredible. Nice bunch of sticks.

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American rebuilds. Australian L1A1, Canadian 8L C1A1 and British L1A1.

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Excellent Group AF1. I see the Canadian 8L C1A1 has the magazine cut to remove and replace the extractor.
It is called the "Removable Ejector Block" and officially called "Ejector Cartridge (8L Series)" and NSN is 1005-21-841-4879. It shall be securely positioned by the magazine catch axis screw at the bottom and the body shoulder at the top. The fixed one is officially called "Fixed Ejector Block" and the NSN is 1005-21-150-3944.

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American rebuilds. Australian L1A1, Canadian 8L C1A1 and British L1A1.

WOW! Great collections of the 3 Amigos in Inch-Pattern.
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Hello,

Please see some close up pictures on the removable and fixed ejector of the 3 Inch-Pattern rifles. We can see difference between the Aussie and British Fixed Ejector.


Left to right: C1A1, Aussie L1A1 and British L1A1.



Removable ejector of the C1A1



Fixed Ejector of the Aussie L1A1



Fixed Ejector of the British L1A1



Removable ejector of the C1A1



Removable ejector of the C1A1
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Interesting 'purpling' on that Brit receiver - what might that be about?
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All the rifles in this thread are beautiful. Thank you brothers for pics of those fine beauties.

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There is an elegance in the Commonwealth riFALs .

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Thanks everyone for the good words of my Inch-Pattern collection. It is a pleasure to share the pictures of the 3 "Amigos".
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Late to the game but they are beautiful......
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Hello,

Please find two picture of the "3 Amigos" with magazine.





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This is an early C1 I built on a metric receiver. The C1 employed a metric cut design receiver and was made to inch standards.
The carry handle is close but not an early original.

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[QUOTE=DakTo;4746850]This is an early C1 I built on a metric receiver. The C1 employed a metric cut design receiver and was made to inch standards.
The carry handle is close but not an early original.

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Wow, it looks great as an early FN C1
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Hello to all,

Please see the 3 amigos with the bayonet, sling and magazines.
I got today the L1A3 british bayonet for my L1A1 rifle.

From the top to the bottom:
C1A1
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That Aussie rifle is about the nicest i have ever seen.
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Thank you Brothers AirForce1 and DakTo. Those are beautiful. I think I want to touch myself.

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Great photos.

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It is called the "Removable Ejector Block" and officially called "Ejector Cartridge (8L Series)" and NSN is 1005-21-841-4879. It shall be securely positioned by the magazine catch axis screw at the bottom and the body shoulder at the top. The fixed one is officially called "Fixed Ejector Block" and the NSN is 1005-21-150-3944.

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The original plan (or at least proposal) was to update the existing Canadian Forces C1A1s with the new ejector assembly (and the replaceable front sight ears as well?) during a factory thorough repair program at Longbranch; this upgraded model was to be called the C1A2. Of course, this never happened.
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Why are these 3 rifles "riFALs"?
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I need a Canadian as have two British L1s, one Aussie L1 and three Aussie L2s. Considering thinning my FN variant collection and would like to have a Canadian, British and Aussie L1, Canadian and Aussi L2 then my nicer G1, Para my 16" short gas suppressor rifle and keep one each of my SAR 48s in 5.56 and 7.62. That would allow me to sell two SAR 48s, two SAR 4800s, two Aussie L2s, one Brit L1 and a pile of parts to fund acquiring the Canadian L1 and L2. Nice set of boom sticks sir.
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That would allow me to sell two SAR 48s, two SAR 4800s, two Aussie L2s, one Brit L1 and a pile of parts to fund acquiring the Canadian L1 and L2.
Dibs on One of the SAR48s or SAR4800s when you are ready to sell.

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Can we see the markings on the left side upper and lower on the Australian L1A1? Thanks.
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Have been considering selling them for a decade but keep watching prices climb and really makesorry them hard to part with along with the Springfield trademark though I know it means nothing other than they imported them. Have a penchant for Springfields. I need to sell at least one L2 or a couple of L2 parts kits but my collector/hoarding mentality is hard to change. Only time I sold a significant number of rifles was when diagnosed with cancer in 2009. Tried to start simplifying things for the wife and in less than 120 days doctors said it was under control and not to be worried about. Found myself having sold a bunch of rifles still trying to replace which was how I found this place.
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Please find two picture of the "3 Amigos" with magazine.





Very nice collection! Each one, a nice example from respective country. Which one is your favorite among the “3 Amigos”?
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Very nice collection! Each one, a nice example from respective country. Which one is your favorite among the “3 Amigos”?
Thanks for the good words.

My favourite among the "3 Amigos" is the C1A1 because is remind me when I was a young soldier in the Canadian Army as infantryman.
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