Help with firearm identification

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  1. bolus

    bolus
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    A celebration of Retro - AR15.COM
    this cool pic is being used for Bardger Ordnance's catalog cover
    What are the guns I labeled 1,2 and 3 on the second pic? (click to enlarge)


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    enlarged

    no buttstock?
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    Looks a bit like a FAL?
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    HK something?
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    Flopsweat, jbett98, ron and 1 other person like this.
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    I just saw one of the "Gun TV" shows that run on 722 Comcast and R. Lee Ermey was shooting that Stoner.
     
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    1 looks like an M60ish
    2 looks like an FAL/CETME clone
    3 looks like an early saw prototype

    Maybe movie prop guns?
     
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    Helllllooo big pile of evil features. Where ya been all my life?
     
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    Number one appears to be an M60 variant. Maybe the M60B that was used to equip helicopters? It was later replaced by the M60D.

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    Number Two does look very FAL-ish, but I can't help but wonder if it isn't one of the Cadillac Gage Stoner rifles. Like so:

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    The magazine and some other features are, obviously, different, but a number of Stoner designs had the "waffle" style magazines and there were a number of variants in general.

    Anyway, just a shot in the dark. Cheers.
     

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