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Thread: The ultimate info thread on the Belgian Army FNC M3 rifle, accesoiries, mods, details

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    Quote Originally Posted by paco View Post
    One day , my book is ready...
    Also, the document is adjusted regulary, and i don't think i can paste the pics in the PDF.

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    Next chapters are online. Just scroll a bit lower to the existing articles.
    If somebody know how i can insert a post under my previous post, please explain me.
    I'm limited to post 20 pics max and 25000 characters in a single post.

    If all goes well, i start to work (full time) in a ballistic lab. I hope to get some good slomo pics and movies on the FNC. They got a ton of those!

    Paco

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    Always enjoy watching the dust cover dance in slow motion.

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    I'm always impressed how hard a FNC, FAL or AK bends on each shot.
    there is a complete sinus wave going trough a barrel and it sweeps like it is a whip...

    Paco

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    Just- wow. thanks for that!

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    Quote Originally Posted by paco View Post
    Also, the document is adjusted regulary, and i don't think i can paste the pics in the PDF.
    Paco,

    I made a PDF and sent you a DropBox link in a PM, if you want to post it.

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    Thanks!! 142 pages allready,

    OMG
    Paco

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    I’m just waiting for paco to put all this in a book, maybe something we can get printed up and bound at Kinkos.

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    I start on september 1st in pole position to do more research.
    Back in active duty ; )

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    Paco, I have a question about the rear sear.

    One of my FNC's has a solid pin on the left side instead of the cupped hand. My other FNC and a spare sear also have the cupped hand.

    Both are Howcos. Could it be an early piece? I didn't see anything like it in this threads pics.

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    Can you post a picture on your sear cup and pin?

    Also, just found a new proto type Cal-FNC in an army vault.
    Interesting, pics soon ; )

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    Here you go paco…

    Pin



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    Does the firing pin sit in the bolt carrier group, or does it rest inside of the bolt itself?

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    Quote Originally Posted by DeathByRebellion View Post
    Does the firing pin sit in the bolt carrier group, or does it rest inside of the bolt itself?
    It sits in the carrier by a pin. However, a few prototypes had a firingpin in the bolt. Check my thread.

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