This is my first ever instructable, I anticipate on making many more, and have some ideas on what to make. However you can ask me any queries about that in the comments below.
The Galil ACE 52 in real life is an assault rifle from Iseral, the real gun is a 7.62x51NATO, gas operated, rotating bolt gun. It is a new generation of Galils, the gun features a 25/26 round magazine, which get fired at a ROF, of 650RPM.
This gun was made a while ago, probably 4 months. And I used no pictures or real life measurements, so if things aren't quite right, theres my, pretty good, excuse.
It is impossible to post an 'ible but you may be able to make from the pictures. It was only my 2nd removable mag gun. But this doesn't mean it was bad.
It's range wasn't incredible, but it shot. I was very happy with how the stock turned out. The shape of it is , in my opinion, good. But I am sure it could be improved.
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The gun doesn't have a long pin pull, but it was always powerful.
Because of its long stock and short pin pull, it meant there was a lot of room to rest your cheek.
It was a very nice size, with a comfortable foregrip and handle.
The ACE 52 is a nice gun, I can't remember the trigger, but it was not very good.
The last picture is of the ammo it took. I like connector ammo as well. But you can fit in a lot more rods in a magazine. Not only this, but blue rods fit, perfectly in the magazine i made, which, for the record, isn't mine. But it's such a common magazine, I can't think who the maker was.
To my knowledge this is the first ACE on the website, but not the first Galil. Its piece count was high. the stock took a lot! But the barrel didn't take so many pieces.
.Looks great (IMO)
.40-50ft, (that's a guess?)
.flip up sights
.Removable, pre-loadable mag
.Strong trigger pull
. Short pin pull
.Inaccurate barrel,(does nothing, except look good.)