Rhodesian Camo Magazine

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Original Rhodesian FN FAL Magazine. This listing is for ONE (1) Original Bush War Era Rhodesian Hand Painted “Baby Poop” Camouflage FN FAL Magazine. These are sold as collectibles only and not guaranteed on functionality. Only several available, chosen at random. 

During the conflict, the unrecognized state of Rhodesia faced international sanctions that severely limited its ability to acquire necessary military equipment. This led the country to seek clandestine aid from sympathetic nations, one of which was South Africa. South Africa supplied Rhodesia with a variant of the FAL rifle, known as the R1A1. The FAL (Fusil Automatique Léger or Light Automatic Rifle), originally designed by the Belgian company FN Herstal, was a widely-used and reliable battle rifle, popular in many countries during the Cold War era. More importantly, the FAL, with its full-powered 7.62x51 NATO  cartridge, was the main battle rifle of the Rhodesian army.

 The 7.62x51mm NATO round is a powerful cartridge commonly used in battle rifles and machine guns.

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