1. Rambozo finished his nice FN FAL rifle.

You can get it by clicking my sig banner and loknig in weapons/statics.

2. Looking good

3. It looks great&#33;

I noticed two issues that someone might want to examine though:

1. The iron sight view is incorrect for someone aiming the rifle. (The view is looking over the rear sight instead of through the aperture; like someone is about to use the grenade sight.)

2. The accuracy is reported to be 2 MOA in the readme. It&#39;s actually set at 2.31 MOA right now. (Maybe typo? It&#39;s set at 0.000588 now, when 0.000508 would be 2 MOA almost exactly.)

Great work guys, especially with the textures. Keep it up&#33;

4. Yeah the sight view is something Im aware of. Its like that for the sake of consistancy with the FN MAG we are doing. It rubs me the wrong way to. It was added as an afterthought.

The moa issue isnt a typo. Its probably something off in the calculation somewhere. I came to .000294 for 1 moa. If Im off then I would also have to edit my moa to dispersion converter. Or it could be an inconsistancy in reguard to decimal places. What did you use for pi? I used 3.14159265. But Im not shure if it would create this kind of inconsistancy.

5. My simple calculation was: 5.88 X 0.3937 = 2.314956 inches at 100 meters...

I think I just realized that I&#39;m the one who made the mistake. I was assuming that 1 MOA was 1 inch at 100 meters instead of 100 yards.

Doh&#33;

So, why exactly are they making you use that iron sight? You say someone else&#39;s FNMAG is using that as their iron sight, so you have to too?

6. Whew, good to know. I did a bit of calculating to get my numbers. I found that 1.04719755 inches is 1 moa at 100 yards, and that 2.90885252903226 centimeters is 1 moa at 100 meters.

I lil while ago I wrote a small moa calculator that will output a value in inches or centimeters that would equal 1moa at the given range (yards or meters). You can check that out here. Its pretty neat.

I also created a small proggy you can download from the DKM website called discalc. Its an moa to dispersion converter.

Im fixing the optics right now. sorry bout that. DKM is doing a FN MAG. I think I might fix those optics to. I get all bent out of shape over these details.

For as long as I had this thing sitting on my harddrive, there are still things I have to fix.

The new optics will be MUCH better. Sorry again.

7. Well I fixed the issues. I also made other slight changes. Stuff that you probably wont notice, But I fixed a few other things. Hopefully the fixed file will be up for download tomorrow.

Sorry for the trouble. The new Optics are FAR better.

8. Was the carrying handle ever put on this FNFAL rifle addon?

Chris G.
aka-Miles Teg<GD>

9. I don&#39;t think Rambozo&#39;s FAL has a carry handle Miles. You can get them with and without.

Hey, no need to apologize Rambozo.

I know how you feel, I&#39;m a bit of a detail person myself.

BTW, have you checked the scale of your rifle in o2? No one ever thinks to check their models for scale... (eg. BAS&#39;s Delta pack had weapons that were much too big. Their M4 was over a meter long&#33; ) ***

P.S. How&#39;s the FAL shooting these days?

EDIT: Wow, those MOA calculators are nifty&#33; Now I have some work to do with all of my weapons...

I can&#39;t believe I forgot that MOA was a measurement of degrees and not an inch measurement...

10. Ah hell, I didn&#39;t put the handle on it. I remember Miles asking about it on the last one. I probably should have put it on this one.

Anyway, the fal shoots good. I havent shot it for accuracy so I dont know what its capable of. I plan on slapping a scope on it to see, But I dont expect much. I&#39;m hoping better than the average fal, since I lapped the bore and all. I doubt I will get under 1 minute with it though. Im guessing maybe 1.75 or 2 moa. If I&#39;m lucky. I think I would be pretty happy with that.

A friend recently picked up a Cetme at a gunshow. Its a cool gun. I think I might do that one next.

I&#39;m still itching to get an AR180 though. They have one up at the local shop here. You still having problems with yours?

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