I’ve always have a thing for foreign weapons. That was a part of my generation as growing up with video games and seeing other weapons and service rifles from around the world. But the day I end up purchasing a really interesting and unique kit. Of the many variations and variants of the fal that flew around the world as the free arm of the people. This one really caught my attention. Below is a photo of it and the future build for it. Parts may be expensive but I think is going to be well worth it.
The legendary and famed Hebrew hammer of Israel. Originally chamber in 7.62 X51 NATO. The Israeli adopted the fal before even NATO did. Forgotten weapons has a lot more better video presentation in documentation on the history of this rifle. This parts kit ended up in my collection and I’m going to build it out right. But before I do that I want to show you some nice photos of it as well to give you a preciation of a rifle that was involved in the Six-Day War.
A few interesting photos of its end this rifle has seen some hard use in his lifetime before being demilled into a parts kit. This will most likely be my most expensive Parts can I ever had to build but I think it’s going to be really fun to do. Stay tuned and keep your eyes on the prize.