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Century Arms R1A1 Carbine .308

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Despite a similar name to the Brit-part FAL, this slightly shorter version was metric. It also was junk. Bullets hit sideways, parts were omitted, and feed and ejection were essentially nonexistent. Despite its shorter length, the weight was about the same as the full-length R1A1.

Century Arms R1A1 Carbine .308

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Recreational
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The arrow points to a hole in the lower receiver where the action lever ought to be. This was not a complete rifle. The handle was loose too.
Note the hole where something ought to be. External fit and finish were not all that bad, except for the welded-on brake and missing parts.
Brake showed file marks, no paint or other finish, and was welded in place, which almost certainly ruined the barrel.

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