Micro Galil 669 pistol .223 Rem

The Micro Galil, also known as the MAR, is a compact carbine that is a part of the Galil family of Israeli-made rifles, originally designed in the late 1960s. The Galil family of weapons, including the MAR, has been used by military and police forces in 25 countries.

The MAR carbine was introduced to the public at the International Defence Industry Exhibition in 1994. It was developed for specific use by army and police special units, vehicle crews, staff, special operations personnel, and airborne infantry. Over time, the MAR has undergone several changes. Variants of the MAR may include features such as a polymer-coated aluminum stock or an all-polymer stock. The Model 699 specifically offers a 267 mm barrel and a left-side charging handle for user convenience.

The MAR has evolved to become a versatile and compact firearm within the Galil family, known for its reliability and performance in various operational settings.

Behaviour & construction

The Micro Galil is a smaller version of the original Galil SAR, designed for special units, vehicle crews, staff, and infantry. It uses a 35-round steel magazine, with an option to use 20- and 30-round M16 magazines with an adapter. The Micro Galil can fire at a rate of around 650–750 rounds per minute, slightly faster than full-sized rifles. It features a safety and fire selector with settings for safe, automatic fire, 3-round burst, and semi-automatic mode. The carbine has a folding tubular aluminum stock and a flip aperture sight for different ranges. Additional accessories like night vision devices, optical sights, laser pointers, silencers, and slings can be added.

Fields of use

The Micro Galil is utilized by various military and law enforcement agencies around the world. While specific details on current users may not be readily available due to the sensitive nature of this information, it is known that the Galil family of weapons, including the Micro Galil, continues to be used by armed forces, police units, and special operations groups in multiple countries.

The compact size, reliability, and versatility of the Micro Galil make it a popular choice for units requiring a lightweight and efficient firearm for specific operational needs. Its compatibility with different accessories and adaptability to various circumstances contribute to its continued usage in modern military and law enforcement applications.

Interesting facts

The original Galil rifle was developed in response to the need for a modern and reliable firearm for the Israeli military. In the late 1960s, the Israeli Defense Forces (IDF) sought a versatile rifle that could perform well in various combat scenarios, including urban and desert environments. Yisrael Galili and Yakov Lior designed the Galil to address these requirements and to provide IDF soldiers with a high-quality weapon that could withstand harsh conditions and deliver consistent performance.

The Galil was intended to replace older weapons in the IDF's arsenal and offer improved accuracy, durability, and functionality for troops in the field. Its design incorporated elements from existing rifles while introducing new features to enhance its capabilities. The development of the Galil ultimately led to the creation of a family of firearms, including variants like the Micro Galil (MAR), which continue to be used by military and law enforcement agencies worldwide.

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Micro Galil currently isn’t included in any of our packages.

Purchase separately

Price for 10 shots CZK 400 / €16

You can add Micro Galil as an extra gun to a package, purchase more shots, or even build your own package from scratch. To add Micro Galil as an extra or add more shots, please note that in your booking. If you’d like to build your own package, please contact us.

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TypeSemi-automatic pistol
Cartridge.223 Rem
Capacity35 shots
ActionGas-operated, rotating bolt
Weight3 kg (6,6 lb)
Length46,5 cm (18 in)
Rate of fire650–750 RPM (rounds per minute)
Place of originIsrael
ManufacturerIMI (Israel Military Industries)
DesignerYisrael Galili and Yakov Lior