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Have the itch for a Galil rifle and have noticed a lot of parts kits available lately. So the thought of building one took the short trip running through my head. They have 100% milled receivers and seem to be the only game in town so far that I have found as a source. Have not looked very hard though. So I have turned to the forum for any wisdom you can impart on me. Thanks for any constructive insight anyone can give. Just kicking tires for now, but....



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Don't know myself, but apparently Tenngalil likes them.
 
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Don't know myself, but apparently Tenngalil likes them.


Thanks, after digging deeper the name Jeff Miller kept coming up and Tenngalil looks to be his screen name. Will have to drop him a email and see what his company has to offer. May have him build it for me.



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Jeff will only build on TortTort or CNC Warrior as I recall. TortTort is cheaper....both do fine. I got a CNC Warrior as it was the only thing available at the time that was known to be good.
 
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Jeff will only build on TortTort or CNC Warrior as I recall. TortTort is cheaper....both do fine. I got a CNC Warrior as it was the only thing available at the time that was known to be good.


Thanks for the heads up. Starting to get a little giddy about this. I remember as a kid the Galil with the wood was just something to behold. Looked like it meant business, but would conduct the business with class. Kind of a grail gun I guess for me.



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Same. I handled a pre-ban Galil yesterday at the gun show but it had plastic on it; like kissing your sister. My parts kit has a really nice piece of wood with it. I need to get it sent off to be built.
 
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Why not build it yourself?
 
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I know 'AK' derived rifles are supposed to be inaccurate, but this particular intonation is not one of them.

Only the cheap, shitty ones. A buddy had a Galil back in the early 90's, and it was outstanding. I owned a wooden stocked Valmet M76 that was very accurate (wish I had never parted with that one in about 1996).




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I know 'AK' derived rifles are supposed to be inaccurate, but this particular intonation is not one of them.

Only the cheap, shitty ones. A buddy had a Galil back in the early 90's, and it was outstanding. I owned a wooden stocked Valmet M76 that was very accurate (wish I had never parted with that one in about 1996).



Valmet's were always considered the best, with Galil being the close second,



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