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    The Valmet collection. The scoped M76 is select fire.

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    "I was rather hostile to a reduced calibre being used by us. Even now, I am still convinced that the 7.62 is the best" M. Kalashnikov

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    Mr Folgers, That is the longest rifle I think I have ever seen! What is the length of your barrel? Is the barrel raised/thicker where you mounted the bayonet lug? Nice rifle. Lou

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    Quote Originally Posted by lcastillo View Post
    Mr Folgers, That is the longest rifle I think I have ever seen! What is the length of your barrel? Is the barrel raised/thicker where you mounted the bayonet lug? Nice rifle. Lou
    21" barrel.
    Its raised underneath the lug but not around it like on some IMI barrels.

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    Tanzanian Special Forces With IWI Galil MAR Carbine, Meprolight Sights
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    Wonder why the guy on the left has his PVS-14 NVG on.
    "I was rather hostile to a reduced calibre being used by us. Even now, I am still convinced that the 7.62 is the best" M. Kalashnikov

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    The ugliest duckling

    Yes, the Galil Hadar. Built to conform to new regulations in 1989, it has no flash suppressor, bayonet lug or pistol grip. Boy do I feel safer!
    Imported to the US for only a year in surprisingly small numbers, it failed to sell for obvious reasons. BUT, at it's heart is an IMI .308 Galil. It shoots very well and costs maybe half what a regular .308 Galil costs. I've never done it, but apparently a conversion to a standard Galil can be done without too much difficulty. if you can get past it's looks, it's a very nice rifle. It even has a "civilian" version of the Galil tan sling, same exact style but for some reason a narrower width.

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    Quote Originally Posted by riderboy View Post
    The ugliest duckling

    Yes, the Galil Hadar. Built to conform to new regulations in 1989, it has no flash suppressor, bayonet lug or pistol grip. Boy do I feel safer!
    Imported to the US for only a year in surprisingly small numbers, it failed to sell for obvious reasons. BUT, at it's heart is an IMI .308 Galil. It shoots very well and costs maybe half what a regular .308 Galil costs. I've never done it, but apparently a conversion to a standard Galil can be done without too much difficulty. if you can get past it's looks, it's a very nice rifle. It even has a "civilian" version of the Galil tan sling, same exact style but for some reason a narrower width.
    I never thought they looked that ugly.
    They somewhat remind me of an M14... if someone made a separate pistol-grip and stock instead of a thumbhole, it would be a pretty cool looking gun.

    Sad truth is there are probably more Haddar II conversions than there are original Haddar IIs now. I'd hold onto it and enjoy it for what it is... maybe make a new stock for it also

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    Microgalil, hip fired, full auto:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vi0e4y6fbC8

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    Quote Originally Posted by riderboy View Post
    The ugliest duckling

    Yes, the Galil Hadar. Built to conform to new regulations in 1989, it has no flash suppressor, bayonet lug or pistol grip. Boy do I feel safer!
    Imported to the US for only a year in surprisingly small numbers, it failed to sell for obvious reasons. BUT, at it's heart is an IMI .308 Galil. It shoots very well and costs maybe half what a regular .308 Galil costs. I've never done it, but apparently a conversion to a standard Galil can be done without too much difficulty. if you can get past it's looks, it's a very nice rifle. It even has a "civilian" version of the Galil tan sling, same exact style but for some reason a narrower width.

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    Tom,
    Your right; the Hadar is a good way to go. There probably was only 1000 of these imported into the states in the 1 to 2 year span (88-89").

    First pic is my conversion Jeff did for me; had a lighting cut and scope cut-out machined in (don't know why).
    A great go to rifle that operates flawlessly with any ammo!

    The receiver's were also the same for the Sniper; with the
    thread hole in the bottom of the trunion same matching for both models. Only difference was the magazine post; as the haddar's was straight; so it could fit into the one piece stock.

    And if you bought a few of them; they offer great parts or conversions; but always have to leave at least one or two in the original state in keeping tradition and fine shooting.

    They are accurate and reliable. With the heavy one piece stock; the recoil is minimal.

    Long live the HADAR
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    You got some great looking wood there! On the rifle that is.
    "I was rather hostile to a reduced calibre being used by us. Even now, I am still convinced that the 7.62 is the best" M. Kalashnikov

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    Quote Originally Posted by adipose View Post
    Tom,
    Your right; the Hadar is a good way to go. There probably was only 1000 of these imported into the states in the 1 to 2 year span (88-89").

    First pic is my conversion Jeff did for me; had a lighting cut and scope cut-out machined in (don't know why).
    A great go to rifle that operates flawlessly with any ammo!

    The receiver's were also the same for the Sniper; with the
    thread hole in the bottom of the trunion same matching for both models. Only difference was the magazine post; as the haddar's was straight; so it could fit into the one piece stock.

    And if you bought a few of them; they offer great parts or conversions; but always have to leave at least one or two in the original state in keeping tradition and fine shooting.

    They are accurate and reliable. With the heavy one piece stock; the recoil is minimal.

    Long live the HADAR
    Hey....that Galil Sniper stock looks kinda familiar!!!!!!!!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jetskrtal View Post
    Hey....that Galil Sniper stock looks kinda familiar!!!!!!!!!!!
    Jet, you are only one of a few people in this country that could say that

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    Larry Vickers posted this to facebook yesterday:
    Ok this is why you come to my Facebook page - to see stuff like this. This is a converted Russian AK used as a proof of concept by IMI for the Galil ARM
    A friend of mine sent these pics for me to post ( thanx Chen and Joe G.) for everyone to enjoy
    Thanks a million and everyone have a good day started off right with some Uber rare gun pics !!!
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    Wouldn't it be fun to make a clone of that abomination?

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    That's one Ugly SOB! But I can see where the Galil concept came from

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    Loose Rounds posted this to their facebook page. It's a Valmet, so not sure of exact threat to slot it, but figured this would work...


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    In 1996, the 5.56x45mm chambering Marksman Assault Rifle Mark I was constructed to be similar to the M16 DMRs, like the old KAC SPR. This features of the familiar hallmarks of current DMRs: scope, accuarized barrel, sound suppressor, and special stock. Nations that use the Galil, like Estonia, use the MARMI as their DMR. This weapon has been seen in action in Afghanistan. There is little information on this variant of the Galil, and how common it is.
    Source: http://futurewarstories.blogspot.com...eli-galil.html

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