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Deactivated Moving Bolt Micro Galil SN. MBGM “

Availability: In stock

£950.00

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Deactivated Micro Galil 5.56mm MAR Assault Rifle in very good, original deactivated condition. With moving bolt (under spring pressure), moving trigger and safety and removable magazine, and Israeli military manufacture. The Galil was introduced in 1972 and is widely accepted as one of the best infantry assault rifles ever designed. This is the MAR (Micro Assault Rifle) version, which was introduced in 1994. They were designed for covert operations and personal defence and are still in use with Israeli Special Forces, in both the military and police/ border guards. The 5.56mm version has been adopted by more than twenty countries, including Israel, Portugal (Elite Airborne, Commando and Special Forces) and South Africa. The action is a copy of the Kalashnikov and they are extremely reliable, like the AK, but much more accurate and user friendly. All deactivated weapons sold by D and B Militaria are deactivated in the United Kingdom and hold London or Birmingham proof marks and a certificate stating that the weapon has been deactivated correctly.
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