STG58 with Cyclone muffler for hearing protection and 100rd Beta magazine for lead sufficiency. Ear muffs have built-in radio jack and stereo microphones that improve on un-amplified hearing, wearing eye protection is just prudent safety practice. Armor goes under the shirt for everyday wear during civil unrest. STG58 has an integrated bipod, so the full weight of the loaded rifle doesn’t have to be held aloft when firing from cover. The only down side is that a FAL would get quite toasty after a hundred rounds fired rapidly…but still less toasty than a Molotov Cocktail tossed into your home by a rampaging mob.
Of course, I personally live in the land of accord and brotherly love, but I hear that’s not true for everyone.
PS: A technical response to the comments on other web sites: STG58 does not have a good heat shield in the forend. About 40 rounds fired rapidly would warm it up past comfortable holding temperatures. So this particular photo is mainly tongue in cheek. That said, it does have a bipod and a carrying handle and those makes touching the forend less necessary when firing from a fixed position or moving.