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Old 10-17-2012, 12:24 PM   #1
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Is DSA really worth the money?
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Old 10-17-2012, 12:40 PM   #2
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Depends on the shooter. Some people can't get used to it, others can be very efficient with it. I had a Walther p99c as that I loved and was extremely accurate with.
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For an FAL... YES
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Depends on the shooter. Some people can't get used to it, others can be very efficient with it. I had a Walther p99c as that I loved and was extremely accurate with.
I want a FAL and have been looking at prices. I can find some Imbel fal for $850 but a DSA will cost me $1800 so I guess my question is DSA really worth the grand difference?
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MR Bull, DSA is NOT worth the difference, my Best running FAL has an HESSE receiver, DSA like an Busse knife is lots of hype in my opinion.
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MR Bull, DSA is NOT worth the difference, my Best running FAL has an HESSE receiver, DSA like an Busse knife is lots of hype in my opinion.
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You can buy a DSA SA58 for around $1,300.00. It was one of the best made and what got DSA on the map.

Does that make it sound any better ?

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Just a reminder that the original post is 2 years old.
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