Makleon

The Hebrew name for the Israeli heavy-barreled FAL variant. It was not the only heavy barrel model to be produced and fielded; Belgium, Canada and Australia all had their own variations. One unique accessory for the Israeli Makleon was a hinged trapdoor dustcover. Quite rare and probably ever only used for trials, though they may have been fielded in limited numbers. The rifle above does not have the trapdoor dustcover. (GRH)

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    I’ve read that the Israelis had trouble with FAL rifles due to the sand.
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