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    Oh really? That’s pretty awesome. Interesting we never see surplus parts of those either.

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    You mean on the Indo parts or the Belgian Army lower?

    On the Pindad SS1 you can see a thread here http://www.uzitalk.com/forums/showth...highlight=paco

    Paco

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    I was referring to surplus parts/parts kits for Indo rifles. I love that thread! Thanks for sharing. I’m excited to be getting original military parts for my rifle.

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    Did you manage to reach Fuatos?

    You can check out all the differences between the FNC sporter and the original ABL M3 FNC here: http://www.uzitalk.com/forums/showth...s-mods-details
    Lots to collect ; )

    From Bayonets to optics, burstassy to the new style safetyselectors. Slings, tools, manuals...
    You got yourself a new hobby...

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    I sent him a message today personally. I am not sure as far as Tankboy.

    For my part, I'm well aware of the differences between the two (60eme Prom 1ere Ecole Royale des Sous Officiers ). I have had a few years behind the stock of an ABL FNC prior to coming to the US. This is definitely a hobby for me and a souvenir of time gone by. I am actually planning to re-shoot an NTTC FNC module this September for the 15 years anniversary of joining the army! This should be interesting!

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    I haven’t checked that thread yet Paco, I definitely will though, and I have managed to contact fuatos! He’ll be getting back in touch with me soon in reference to the parts I’m looking for.

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    I hope you have a very high credit card limit. Lol the bipod isnít going be cheap.

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    I was lucky to get a bipod with one of my FNC

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    Lol, we’ll see what’s available.

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    I was you guys 6 years ago...got an FNC and bought spare parts from fuatos- my recommendation is buy anything he is willing to sell that you can afford- spare parts are dwindling Iím afraid, and while I may never need some of the spare parts I have Iím happy to have them and it is good insurance in case something fails in the future.

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    I bought a FA FNC in 2014 and a year later bought a complete semi version just to have a spare of everything. At some point I'm probably going to sell both but only as a package deal.
    My name is actually Scott and I really do live in Texas.

    I know, not very creative but it is factual.

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    Thanks for the insight Davises.

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    I'll probably pick up a semi too.

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    It's possible to mount the bayonet lug/adapter on the sporter FNC barrel while retaining the sling loop correct? Looks like it is, but figured i'd make sure anyways.

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    The Bayonetlug is held in place with 2 pins. Part 116+117.
    In order to "fix" it on your barrel you need a halfmoon hole drilled in the barrel.
    So, can it be done, yep, if you have a dremmel or some skills.

    Paco



    Last edited by paco; 07-17-2020 at 04:24 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by paco View Post
    The Bayonetlug is held in place with 2 pins. Part 116+117.
    In order to "fix" it on your barrel you need a halfmoon hole drilled in the barrel.
    So, can it be done, yep, if you have a dremmel or some skills.

    Paco



    Ok cool.

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    Don't use the tubular FAL bayonet, the scratch up your flashhider.
    Also, Belgium never used that tubular bayo ever officialy on the FNC

    My 2 cents
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    Noted, thanks Paco.

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