IWI Galil Ace 7.62x51mm NATO 16", Black - GAR55
Positioned on the left side of the milled steel receiver, enabling easy operation with the non-dominant hand
Incorporating contemporary polymers to achieve weight reduction without compromising durability
Equipped with a full length 2-piece Picatinny style top rail, facilitating diverse accessory integration
Features a free-float M-LOK rail forearm, enhancing modularity and attachment possibilities
Updated trigger profile for optimized shooting experience
Improved safety profile and throw for quicker and more ergonomic operation
Side-folding adjustable telescoping buttstock with M4 stock compatibility, offering adaptability to individual preferences
In keeping with IWI distinctive approach, we have imbued our core values - innovate, optimize, and perform - with deeper significance. These values have transcended mere principles, they have become a way of life, guiding our pursuit of firearm enhancements grounded in real - world feedback from genuine customers. The Galil ACE GEN II represents the next chapter in our journey, building upon the legacy of the original Galil ACE, itself rooted in the dependable mechanics of IMI's classic Galil rifle from the late 1960s. Taking cues from iconic predecessors like the Russian AK - 47 and the Finnish Valmet RK 62, the IWI Galil family has evolved tirelessly over five decades. The result is today's Galil ACE GEN II - a remarkably reliable and exceptionally accurate embodiment of our enduring commitment to improvement.
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