egyptian hakim 8mm semi auto with bayonet 55 rounds of ammo and the original oiling kit 10 round magazine (you can take a mg13 25 rd mag and easily convert it for use in the hakim) barrel rifling is sharp , i put 40 rounds through this gun last weekend and it performed fine ........ heres a lil history on this gun The Hakim Rifle is a gas operated semi-automatic rifle. It was originally designed by Sweden and produced as the AG-42 Ljungman for the Swedish Army. The tooling and design were later sold to Egypt, and the Hakim was produced there during the 1950s and 1960s. The gas operated system is adjustable by use of a special tool on a valve at the front of the gas tube. The gas system is very simple direct impingement type whereby the flow of gas impacts directly on the front face of the bolt carrier, propelling it to the rear, which unlocks and moves the bolt as it does so. The U.S. M16 rifle utilizes a comparable system, except the flow of gas into the system is not adjustable and a self regulating device of the Johnson/Stoner type is built into the bolt carrier assembly. The Hakim features a Tokarev-pattern tipping bolt system as used in the FN49, Russian SKS and French MAS56 rifles. The rifle is available in 8x57 mm (now known in Europe also as the 7.92x57mm IS or the 8x57mm IS and in the USA as the 8 mm Mauser or 8x57mm JS) caliber, 192 grain (12g) bullet only, and has a removable 10 round magazine intended to be reloaded with 5 round stripper clips. It was replaced in the 1960s by the Soviet AK-47 but was kept in military reserve. In more recent years, it has been observed in the hands of some Egyptian police units. About 70,000 Hakims were produced.
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