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    My SAR


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    Quote Originally Posted by rahatlakhoom
    My SAR

    Very nice, what's the finish ?

    Anymore pics ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wayne1one

    That's a beautiful Galil. Just like the one's I used to see when I lived in Haifa. Are they still commercially available here in the States?

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    AA. gun MR serial number 332- 7.62 arm




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    Quote Originally Posted by sjp
    AA. gun MR serial number 332- 7.62 arm
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    And where can I find one of these?

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    Quote Originally Posted by RGL01
    And where can I find one of these?
    they're out there but pricey

    i would like to know how many are out there

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    Quote Originally Posted by sjp
    they're out there but pricey

    i would like to know how many are out there

    I get the impression I'm going to be sticking with my M14s.

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    With UTG rail system and 1x4 CQB scope, ARMS sling, Grip Pod,Tapco mag


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    Quote Originally Posted by suka5168 View Post

    Photo by Galil SAR
    so lethal and awesome

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    My Golani- Still got a few upgrades Id like to make, but its more or less finished.


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    That is a thing of beauty. I bought mine yesterday. I can't determine what the device on the back of the front sight is all about. Dina at Century says she knows of no such device. Any advice?

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    here's mine

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    Here's some CNC warrior receivers/Blackthorne IMI kits by Hillbilly Firearms. Sequencial numbered ARM and SAR.

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    Yes, I'm a crappy photographer. But those selector marks are real. Tenngalil really outdid himself on this baby. All IMI. Runs like the proverbial scalded dog.
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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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    Quote Originally Posted by riderboy View Post
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    Yes, I'm a crappy photographer. But those selector marks are real. Tenngalil really outdid himself on this baby. All IMI. Runs like the proverbial scalded dog.
    AHHH Excellence! Where did you get the rubber eye cover for the ACOG at the rear? I just got a ACOG for X-mas and I would like one Just one complaint Riderboy: more pictures!

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    Quote Originally Posted by lcastillo View Post
    AHHH Excellence! Where did you get the rubber eye cover for the ACOG at the rear? I just got a ACOG for X-mas and I would like one Just one complaint Riderboy: more pictures!
    I think it was from Optics Planet, it's made by Trijicon. I'll work on some more pictures! Some of the pics won't load, file size is too big. Here's another that did load.
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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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    Thanks that is soooooo Sweet!!!! How does the ACOG perform? Groups? Santa (AKA my sweetheart Wife) brought me a ACOG and I have not had a chance to put it on my Golani since it is still at Century for repairs. Was it easy to zero. Is you ACOG the 7X? I have the TA31RCO. It us meant for a 14.5 inch barrel. But I was told it works well with the 16inch. I mounted it for now on my POF. It works great. I also have a CCO M-68/CompML2 Aimpoint. I put a UTG rail, a cheaper UTG Scope, Pentagon light, Knight's rail covers and bipod. It was heavy as SHIT after that. How about the weight with yours? Thanks for posting your pics. When I grow up. I want to be just like you man!

    P.s. Here is a some pics: New ACOG on POF, Heavy Golani with toys (UTG Scope) and my COMP-ML2 yeah it a little beat up but adds character.
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    He He, extremely nice stuff! My ACOG is a 3.5X35 TAF11. I love it, I can't give you a group size, but it is tremendously helpful with my aging eyeballs. It also helps on full auto to re-index the target faster. It's heavier than crap, the Galil is no lightweight to begin with. I have no plans to carry it very far, the zombies are gonna have to come and get me!
    "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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