FN-FAL Replica 20 Rnd. Dummy Magazine Prop - Marshall's Arsenal
FN-FAL Replica 20 Rnd. Dummy Magazine Prop - Marshall's Arsenal
FN-FAL Replica 20 Rnd. Dummy Magazine Prop - Marshall's Arsenal
FN-FAL Replica 20 Rnd. Dummy Magazine Prop - Marshall's Arsenal
FN-FAL Replica 20 Rnd. Dummy Magazine Prop - Marshall's Arsenal
FN-FAL Replica 20 Rnd. Dummy Magazine Prop - Marshall's Arsenal
FN-FAL Replica 20 Rnd. Dummy Magazine Prop - Marshall's Arsenal

FN-FAL Replica 20 Rnd. Dummy Magazine Prop

Regular price $13.97 $0.00

Product Description

The FN-FAL Replica Dummy magazine is extremely accurate in its appearance and is solid colored resin plastic. They are the exact size as the original magazine with a black finish that looks like the original magazine's blued color. This makes them appear like the real thing when placed inside your ammo belt pouches. This “authentic” look, is why they are #1 for any professional costume designer, re-enactor, Cosplay or museum display impression, where the real thing is either illegal to own, or too valuable use.  An affordable reenactment gear item.

**Pouches/Ammo Belts Are NOT Included

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  • Made in USA by Marshall's Arsenal

Some History

The FN-FAL is a battle rifle designed by Belgian small arms designer Dieudonné Saive and manufactured by FN Herstal.  The FAL designation comes from "Fusil Automatique Léger" - English Translation is "Light Automatic Rifle".

In 1946, the first FAL prototype was completed. It was designed to fire the intermediate 7.92×33mm Kurz cartridge developed and used by the forces of Germany during World War II. 

During the Cold War the FN-FAL was chambered for the 7.62×51mm NATO cartridge and was adopted by many countries of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO), with the notable exception of the United States. It is one of the most widely used rifles in history, having been used by more than 90 countries. Because of its prevalence and widespread usage among the militaries of many NATO and first world countries during the Cold War, it received the title "The right arm of the Free World".


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