- High Damage
- 20-Round Magazine
Belgium's Fusil Automatique Léger ("Light Automatic Rifle") is a heavy but accurate and reliable weapon that was largely NATO's standard infantry rifle throughout the Cold War. Lighter assault rifles eventually replaced it, but many nations still manufacture and use their own iterations of "The Right Arm of The Free World".
Many were exported to the U.S. after the Cold War, and it remains a popular rifle among gun enthusiasts.