Description

Condition: Factory New
Bud's Item Number: 97037
MFG: IWI US, Inc.
The IWI US Galil ACE pistol will be available initially in 7.62x39mm with an 20" barrel and an overall length of 30.25". The Galil ACE pistol has a 2-piece Picatinny rail with adjustable front and rear sights with Tritium post on the front site. The Tri-Rail forearm system features removable covers, including a protected pressure switch area. The Galil accepts standard AR-style magazines. A feature of the IWI US Galil ACE1 is the new location of the charging handle. It has been moved to the left side enabling the user to maintain control over the pistol while charging and also allows for faster target reacquisition. The safety selector is available on right and left sides.
Specifications
Type: AK Pistol
Action: Semi-Automatic
Caliber: 308 Winchester (7.62 NATO)
Barrel Length: 11.8"
Capacity: 20 + 1
Weight: 6.9 lbs
SKU#: GAP51SB
UPC#: 856304004790

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Handles beautifully. Light recoil. Everyone smiles/laughs after shooting it. Might have to get another at this price.

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An 11.8” .308? At $.50/rd those are some expensive fireballs. Throw these in the trash with the Tavors

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I have this and the 7.62x39 one. The 7.62x39 is my favorite. Smaller, and cheaper to shoot. Both very good guns.

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Interesting. Why do you say you should have never sold it?

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It was the perfect weight and fun to shoot. That thing was a cannon! I didn't perform any accuracy testing thought.

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Says .308, but actually 7.62x39

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It's the GAP51SB which is 308 when you go to the site. I had one and should have never sold it. I liked it more than the rifle version. My guess is it's on sale due to Tavor 7 release.

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You don't need a stamp. This is a pistol, not a SBR. Also, the ATF has changed their stance and you can now Shoulder a pistol with a brace.

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No you don't this is a pistol

Does anyone know if you'll can shoulder these though. Or touch the shoulder I'm reading so many conflicting stuff on stabilizing brace I don't know what the current status is

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Do I need sbr stamp for this? Merry Xmas and happy New year to all the folks here!

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This only requires a stamp if you change out the brace to a stock or folding stock.

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Same to you!

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