[[FN FAL|250px]]
Species of Origin Humans
Manufacturer FN Herstal
Planet of Origin Earth
Technical Readout
Type Weapon Battle Rifle
Ammunition Type 7.62x51mm NATO
Magazine Capacity
  • 20-30 Round Magazine
  • 50 Round Drum
  • Alternate Fire Modes
  • Semi-Automatic
  • Full Automatic
  • Service Record
    Introduction Date 1954
    Conflicts Used
  • Suez Crisis
  • Aden Emergency
  • Malayan Emergency
  • Bay of Pigs Invasion
  • Indonesian Confrontation
  • Vietnam Wat
  • Cambodian Civil War
  • Six-Day War
  • Turkish Invasion of Cyprus
  • Portuguese Colonial War
  • South African Border War
  • Angolan Civil War
  • Northern Ireland Troubles
  • War of Attrition
  • Rhodesian Bush War
  • Falklands War
  • Gulf War
  • Balkan Wars
  • Cenepa War
  • Sierra Leone Civil War
  • Yom Kippur War
  • Rwandan Civil War
  • Iraqi Insurgency
  • Libyan Civil War
  • Syrian Civil War
  • Service Length 1954-Present
    Faction Utilization
    Factions Utilized
  • Argentinian Armed Forces
  • Brazilian Armed Forces
  • United Kingdom Armed Forces
  • Australian Armed Forces
  • Canadian Armed Forces
  • Malaysian Armed Forces
  • New Zealand Armed Forces
  • German Armed Forces
  • Greek Armed Forces
  • Indian Armed Forces
  • Israeli Armed Forces
  • United States Armed Forces
  • Venezuelan Armed Forces
  • Black Beret Corps
  • The FN FAL ("Fusil Automatique Léger" or "Light Automatic Rifle") is a self-loading, select fire battle rifle developed by FN Herstal.


    The FAL was designed by FN originally as an assault rifle that would chamber the 7.92x33mm Kurz ammunition developed and later was to be based off the STG-44. The weapon underwent various prototypes; including a bullpup design and the British Army wanted to see if it could be wedded to their intermediate .280 British caliber ammunition.

    Later on; a deal was reached with President Harry Truman to have the FAL designed to NATO standards; which eventually made the weapon a 7.62x51mm NATO ammunition. Throughout the years; the FAL has been utilized by multiple armies, branches of the military, law enforcement and other personnel; as well as being in many wars.

    Present UseEdit

    To this very day; the FAL has been used since it's creation. The weapon was mainly used in semi-automatic fire because the weapon was uncontrollable when in full automatic fire due to the hard hitting 7.62x51mm NATO ammunition.

    Despite it's drawback in full automatic fire; the FAL has been proven to be the best weapon as a sniper rifle and battle rifle. Members of the Black Beret Corps like Alpha Wolf are known to carry rifles like these when it comes to heavy combat and it has proven to be one of the best weapons on the field.