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The Galil is a family of Israeli made automatic rifles designed by Yisrael Galil (born Yisrael Balashnikov, hence the rifle is also known as "the Balashnikov") and Yaacov Lior in the late 1960ies and produced by IMI - Israel Military Industries (now called IWI - Israel Weapon Industries). The design is closely based on the Valmet Rk 62, which is itself an improved version of the Soviet AK-47. And the first Galils manufactured using Valmet Rk 62 receivers. Most Galils are chambered for either the 5.56x45mm NATO or 7.62x51mm NATO cartridges. The Galil series of weapons is in use with military and police forces in over 25 countries. The Israeli Army used the 5.56x45mm NATO caliber Galil in three basic configurations. The ARM - Automatic Rifle Machinegun with a bi-pod, wire-cutter and carrying handle would become the standard service rifle issued to front line infantry troops. This is the version that famously features a bottle opener in the front handguard. The AR - Automatic Rifle without the bi-pod, wire-cutter and carrying handle was issued to support troops and military police units. The SAR Short Automatic Rifle, with a shortened barrel, was issued to vehicle crews, army staff and specialty troops.
This kit contains all necessary parts for assembling THREE rifle miniatures at 1/12 scale, to be used with same 150mm scale figures. The miniatures are also available as x1, as x3 and x5 multipacks. Any extra diorama accessories are not included and should be purchased separately.