SHOT Show 2016: DSA’s Titanium FAL, RPDs, and Zulu Lands Program

    DSA had notable news for SHOT 2016:

    First, DSA’s 7.5lb (!) titanium FAL is going into production this quarter. This ultra-light, ultra premium FAL is going to have an MSRP of $3,000.

    Second, DSA’s RPDs are being phased out due to labor costs. They have an MSRP of $2,000 and up depending on model. This will be your last chance to get one and, to put it into context, you could buy four of the DSA RPDs for the price of one FN M249s at $8,000.

    Last, and certainly not least, DSA was promoting their Zulu Lands program. DSA is raising support and funds for anti-poaching patrols in Central and Southern Africa. It’s quite an endorsement of DSA’s FAL that their rifles are being used on a real-life (albeit unconventional) battlefield in a temperate, abrasive environment like Central and Southern Africa, and receiving positive feedback from the end users. Best of all, you can justify your next DSA purchase on the basis that you are supporting a great cause: The elimination of illegal rhino poaching.

    Oh, and DSA also drops a hint that they will have a huge FAL announcement at SHOT 2017. I’ll follow up next year and let you all know first!

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    James Reeves

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