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Old April 27, 2018, 21:38   #1
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Interesting Galil ARM 332

Interesting Galil ARM 332. Magnum Research SN, Action Arms import. Not mine...

https://www.gunbroker.com/item/767854476
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Old April 28, 2018, 08:51   #2
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I have seen some of these with both importers on them. Not sure how this will do with the plastic forearm.
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Had one like it about a zillion tears ago ( at least that is what it feels like 0. As you would suspect, I wish I had kept it, but my first G series was calling............

I like the Galils a lot, although the current state of vision calls for optics, which aren't an entirely satisfactory endeavor on them ( JMHO there ).
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Old April 28, 2018, 12:27   #4
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Had one like it about a zillion tears ago ( at least that is what it feels like 0. As you would suspect, I wish I had kept it, but my first G series was calling............

I like the Galils a lot, although the current state of vision calls for optics, which aren't an entirely satisfactory endeavor on them ( JMHO there ).
Hey, as cool as they are, if it came down to a Galil ARM or a G Id go for the latter every time. That said, Ive gotten the Galil bug lately as I had a 332 about 15 years ago but traded it out for a fixed-tube Valmet M-62.
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I probably should have qualified it by saying I wanted BOTH - but you knew that already
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I have a Model 361 that is virtually identical to this one, only it doesn't have the carry handle. It also has an AA serial number, for Action Arms.

Is his price realistic? It seems a little high to me, although it is in very nice shape.
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I have a Model 361 that is virtually identical to this one, only it doesn't have the carry handle. It also has an AA serial number, for Action Arms.

Is his price realistic? It seems a little high to me, although it is in very nice shape.
Your 361 is a 5.56 as opposed to 7.62 and they generally don't command as much as the 7.62s. That being said, IMO the seller's price is high. 7.62 ARMs seem to be sitting right around the $3500 range lately.
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