Original Julias Auction Ad:
"FN-FAL SEMI AUTO RIFLE. SN G2820. Cal. 308. This early sear cut (G series) Belgian FN is a great example of the FAL's that were mfg. and used by most of the countries in the western world from the mid 1950's right up through the late 1980's and early 1990's. Rifles is in standard military configuration and in fantastic condition both metal and wood. And is accompanied by bayonet and scabbard as well as the adjustable rear sight, front sight cover and sling. Rifle is also equipped with the rare dust cover with integral stripper clip guide. PROVENANCE: Stern Collection. CONDITION: Receiver retains approx 95% of its green finish with just a couple minor scuffs here and there from opening the receiver and using the selector. Bbl and front sight cover retain better than 98% of their dark gray finish. All three pieces of wood are in fantastic condition with no cracks or dents and just the slightest bit of scuffing on the buttstock. This rifle would be a great addition to any military collection. Mechanics are crisp with a mirror bright bore. 4-34049 BK29 (3,000-5,000)"
According to this thread on gunboards it appears this rifle has been reconfigured with Common Wealther L1A1 parts. Link