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« on: July 13, 2014, 03:41:03 am »

So I have to interject based in a lot of people talking about the changes of the standard issue fal,  to the revamped fn c1 a1 which stands for first national canadas first alterations 1. The alterations being gas regulation and a five slot flash suppressing muzzle break, just to let you all know you stand corrected. Also, there was no need for a complete tear down, ship away reaching of the firing mechanism to achieve full auto action...any soldier worth his weight in 7.62 rounds could easily field strip this rifle and convert it to full auto in under a minute with nothing more than a toothpick to hold the action open to achieve full auto capabilities.  Also this rifle was banned and all production ceased and all rifles taken out of service in 1969 as it was deemed as an inhumane weapon based on the tiny entry wound and gaping holes it left upon exiting the body and it's ability at 150 yds to travel through 100 men 1 meter apart and still imbed the round in a brick wall. None of these rifles were sold to the public and the only existing original rifles are stored at and utilized by army cadets throughout the country, namely the Lorne Scotts regiments
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