How about a Galil ARM light machine gun variant on full Freedom (VIDEO)

Quickly identified by its folding bipod and oversized wooden handguard, the ARM variant of the Galil was a potent light machine gun for the Israeli Defense Force and other users for a minute.

Larry Vickers has a real-deal IDF ARM complete with the teak wood grip and Hebrew characters on the receiver. With its 18-inch barrel and 1:12-twist, it goes cyclical at about 700 rounds per minute until the mag runs dry, which is why the IDF sometimes issued the ARM with 50-round mags.

And yes, it is unneutered.

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