Hey Smokin762

Discussion in 'OX & Alex Forum' started by ReyFufuRulesAll, Apr 8, 2012.

  1. ReyFufuRulesAll

    ReyFufuRulesAll Pantless Wonder

    Is that of the 39 or the 54R variety?

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  2. :headscratch: Not sure what your talking about.

    It might just be a brain fart though.:supergrin:

    #2 smokin762, Apr 8, 2012
    Last edited: Apr 8, 2012
  3. Ah. It just came to me. 7.62 NATO.:supergrin:


  4. ReyFufuRulesAll

    ReyFufuRulesAll Pantless Wonder

    Ooh, very fancy.

    Borrow me one?

  5. Over the years I have owned a few SAR-1’s, Chinese and Yugo SKS’s, MAK-90’s and M44’s. I just suck at shooting those Buckhorn style rear sights. I had to install a set of Tech Sights on my Ruger 10/22.

    I prefer an aperture rear sight. It is what I shoot best with. With anything else, I am just throw rounds down range. :whistling:
    #5 smokin762, Apr 9, 2012
    Last edited: Apr 9, 2012
  6. I miss my FAL:crying:

    <---doesnt miss feeding it
    <---doesnt miss packing it
    <---doesnt remember where the money/trade in went

  7. I like how the FAL will eat anything. The adjustable gas system is awesome. :supergrin:
  8. This man speaks the truth. I want them to build me a lightweight shorty FAL in 243 :cool:
  9. Congo Style or SBR style? :supergrin:
  10. Whats a congo style? SBR and 243 dont seem like they would mix?
  11. kirgi08

    kirgi08 Southern Rogue.
    Silver Member

    Likes FAL/G3.'08.Boarders and such.'08.

  12. The standard FAL rifle has a 21” barrel with standard Rear Sight and a full length stock.

    The Congo FAL is a carbine with a 17.375” barrel with the standard Rear Sight and a full length stock.

    The Para Congo FAL is a carbine with a 17.375” barrel with a different Rear Sight. It’s not setup for long distance shooting. It also has a side folding stock that folds to the right side (NATO Style). Commie rifles fold to the left side. That’s how they roll. :whistling::supergrin:

    #13 smokin762, Apr 11, 2012
    Last edited: Apr 11, 2012

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