Yes, it's been to the range many times and I have taken it hunting a few times.
It was the nicest kit I have ever had. Very little wear on anything and it was nice and tight. However, it's not my most accurate Fal. It shoots fairly typical for a Fal. I get anywhere from 2 1/2 to 4 inch groups with it depending on what ammo I am shooting. For some reason this one favors South African for surplus ammo. It will shoot 2 1/2" groups at a 100 with the SA. I am still looking for a perfect hunting load for this rifle. I tried a load with Hornady 150 grain SST's but this rifle doesn't seem to like them as well as my other Fal's. Matter of fact it shot the SA surplus better. So now I am in the process of working up a hunting load using some Sierra game kings.
I have one more Imbel kit Fal but it's so ugly you guys would laugh at it. I was just using it for spare parts but I came into a receiver one day and decided to build it up. Unlike most Imbel's this one had been shot a lot. The bolt and carrier have a lot of wear and are quite a bit more loose than the others I have. Surprisingly it turned out to be my best shooting Fal. I can honestly get just under 2" at a 100, prone with the Hornady SST load and my bifocals on
When I first built it I was planing on cutting the barrel back to 18" so I never refinished it. It shoots so good I don't dare touch the barrel now. So I guess I should refinish it this summer so it looks good enough to mount a scope on.