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Galil ACE

5.56mm Galil ACE models 21, 22 and 23 rifles (from top to bottom)
5.56mm Galil ACE models 21, 22 and 23 rifles (from top to bottom).
image: Israel Weapon Industries (IWI) Ltd.

7.62x39 Galil ACE model 32 rifle
7.62×39 Galil ACE model 32 rifle.
image: Israel Weapon Industries (IWI) Ltd.

7.62x51 Galil ACE model 52 rifle
7.62×51 Galil ACE model 52 rifle.
image: Israel Weapon Industries (IWI) Ltd.


Data for Galil ACE 20, 21, 22 rifles

Galil ACE 21Galil ACE 22Galil ACE 23
Caliber5.56×45 NATO
ActionGas operated, rotating bolt
Overall length (butt extended / collapsed)730 / 650 mm847 / 767 mm975 / 875 mm
Barrel length215 mm332 mm460 mm
Weight2.8 kg3.3 kg3.44 kg
Rate of fire~ 700 rounds per minute
Magazine capacity35 rounds

Data for Galil ACE 31, 32 rifles

Galil ACE 31Galil ACE 32
Caliber7.62×39 M43
ActionGas operated, rotating bolt
Overall length (butt extended / collapsed)730 / 650 mm895 / 815 mm
Barrel length215 mm380 mm
Weight2.95 kg3.4 kg
Rate of fire~ 650 rounds per minute
Magazine capacity30 rounds

Data for Galil ACE 52, 53 rifles

Galil ACE 52Galil ACE 53
Caliber7.62×51 NATO
ActionGas operated, rotating bolt
Overall length (butt extended / collapsed)935 / 855 mm1043 / 963 mm
Barrel length400 mm508 mm
Weight3.56 kg3.69 kg
Rate of fire~ 650 rounds per minute
Magazine capacity25 rounds


The Galil ACE rifles are the new generation of the famous Israeli Galil assault rifles. The Galil ACE represents full product line of military rifles in world’s three most popular calibers (5.56×45 NATO, 7.62×39 M43 and 7.62×51 NATO) made in full spectrum of configurations, from compact carbine and up to long barreled marksman rifle. All Galil ACE rifles feature same basic design, based on combat-proven Galil action, and feature same array of ergonomic enhancements, including ambidextrous controls, adjustable telescoping buttstocks, comfortable pistol grips, integral Picatinny rails etc. The 5.56 mm version of the Galil ACE assault rifle is adopted by Colombian army, and is manufactured under the Israeli license by Colombian government-owned factory Indumil.

The Galil ACE rifle is gas operated, select-fire weapon. It uses long-stroke gas operated action with gas piston located above the barrel. Locking is achieved by rotating bolt with dual locking lugs. The receiver is machined from steel, with polymer magazine housing / pistol grip unit attached below. The detachable stamped steel receiver cover houses an integral Picatinny rail and rear sight base. The charging handle is located on the left side of the receiver and is attached directly to the bolt carrier. To provide maximum protection from dust and dirt at all times, the charging handle slot is covered with spring-loaded dust cover which opens and closes after each shot automatically. The safety/fire mode seelctor is duplicated at both sides of the weapon, and has better shape when copmared to predecessors. Feed is from detachable box magazines; the NATO caliber versions (in 5.56 and 7.62 mm) use standard Galil magazines with 35- and 25-round capcaity, respectively. The 7.62×39 versions use standard AK magazines with 30-round capacity. Standard sighting equipment includes protected front post (adjustable for zeroing) and protected flip-up type rear diopter sight. A wide array of modern optical sights can be installed on the integral Picatinny rail. All Galil ACE rifles (except for sub-compact ACE 21 and ACE 31 carbines) also feature a bayonet lug on the barrel.




  • Stock extended
    • 21, N 21: 29 inches (74 centimetres)
    • 22, N 22: 33.3 inches (85 centimetres)
    • 23: 38.4 inches (98 centimetres)
    • 31: 29 inches (74 centimetres)
    • 32: 36.5 inches (93 centimetres)
    • 52: 37.6 inches (96 centimetres)
    • 52L: 39.1 inches (99 centimetres)
    • 53: 41.5 inches (105 centimetres)
  • Stock retracted
    • 21, N 21: 26 inches (66 centimetres)
    • 22, N 22: 30.2 inches (77 centimetres)
    • 23: 35.3 inches (90 centimetres)
    • 31: 26 inches (66 centimetres)
    • 32: 33.3 inches (85 centimetres)
    • 52: 34.4 inches (87 centimetres)
    • 52L: 35.9 inches (91 centimetres)
    • 53: 37.9 inches (96 centimetres)

Barrel length

  • 21, 31: 8.5 inches (22 centimetres)
  • 22: 13.2 inches (34 centimetres)
  • 23: 18.2 inches (46 centimetres)
  • 32, 52: 16.1 inches (41 centimetres)
  • 52L: 18 inches (46 centimetres)
  • 53: 20.1 inches (51 centimetres)

Weight empty

  • 21: 6.61 pounds (3.00 kilograms)
  • N 21: 6.7 pounds (3.0 kilograms)
  • 22: 7.5 pounds (3.4 kilograms)
  • N 21: 7.6 pounds (3.4 kilograms)
  • 23, 52: 7.9 pounds (3.6 kilograms)
  • 31: 6.61 pounds (3.00 kilograms)
  • 32: 7.7 pounds (3.5 kilograms)
  • 52L: 8.2 pounds (3.7 kilograms)
  • 53: 8.4 pounds (3.8 kilograms)

Feed system

  • 21, 22, 23: 35-round Galil box magazine
  • N 21, N 22: STANAG magazines
  • 31, 32: 30-round AK box magazine
  • 52, 53: 25-round Galil 7.62mm box magazine

Notable users


The IWI Galil ACE(Hebrew: גליל ACE),[1]often shortened to ACE, is a series of rifles designed and manufactured by Israel Military Industries, later Israeli Weapon Industries, since 2008. Based on a modified Galilplatform, the ACE comes in a variety of configurations and barrel lengths for various roles.


The ACE was first shown off in 2008 and is essentially a highly-modernized and improved Galil. The weapon features various structural changes to make it much lighter than the normal Galil while keeping the same reliablity. The weapon has since seen service in some 20 counties, most notably some South American and Asian countries.

The weapon, in addition to being produced by IWI, is also produced under license in various other countries; particularly FAMAE in Chile,[2]INDUMIL in Colombia,[3]RPC Fort in Ukraine[4] and Z111 Factory in Vietnam, albeit heavily modified compared to the original Galil ACE.[5] Semi-automatic versions for civilian use are manufactured by IWI US.[6]

Design Details[]

As mentioned above, the ACE is based on the Galil, but features numerous modifications and modernizations. Notable modifications include a redesigned action using polymer integrated with steel, making the weapon lighter compared to the Galil, although without excess.[7] The ACE's charging handle is located on the left hand side of the receiver, with the track the charging handle rides on being concealed by a spring-loaded dust cover; this is not present on the Vietnamese clones.[5]

The ACE is noted as having superior accuracy to other contemporary AK derivative weapons.[8] The weapon features a two-stage trigger system used by the Galatz marksman rifle, which was in turn modeled on the trigger system of the M1 Garand. Numerous Picatinny rails are provided to make the system optics ready.[9]

5.56mm versions of the ACE feature a last round bolt catch[10]. All version of the ACE feature chrome-lined cold hammer-forged barrels. The weapon's action uses a long-stroke gas piston derived from the Tavor. The weapon usually features an AR-style six-position telescoping stock, although aftermarket side-folding stocks can be fitted.



ACE 21

5.56×45mm NATO version with 8.5 in (22 cm) barrel. Feeds from Galil magazines.

ACE-N 21

Identical to ACE 21 but feeds from STANAG magazines. Dimensions identical to ACE 21.

ACE 22

5.56×45mm NATO version with 13.2 in (34 cm) barrel. Feeds from Galil magazines.

ACE-N 22

Identical to ACE 22 but feeds from STANAG magazines. Dimensions identical to ACE 22.

ACE 23

5.56×45mm NATO version with 18.2 in (46 cm) barrel. Feeds from Galil magazines.

ACE 31

7.62×39mm version with 8.5 in (22 cm) barrel.

ACE 32

7.62×39mm version with 16.1 in (41 cm) barrel.

ACE 52

7.62×51mm version with 16.1 in (41 cm) barrel.


7.62×51mm version with 18.2 in (46 cm) barrel. Appears to have been discontinued.

ACE 53

7.62×51mm version with 20.1 in (51 cm) barrel.


ACE Pistol

Carbine version with stabilizing brace.[11] Attaching full length stocks turn the weapon into a short-barreled rifle.[12]

"Extremely Limited Edition"

Version of the ACE chambered for 5.45x39mm. Available for all barrel lengths, with only 545 produced for each barrel length.[13]


STV 215 and STV 380

Heavily modified Vietnamese derivatives of the ACE 31 and 32.[14]

Similar weapons[]

Galil Córdova

Heavily modernized version of the Galil using ACE-style furniture and stocks.[15]


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Galil AR


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Magazine capacity

35 / 90

Weight (loaded)

3.30 kilograms

Muzzle velocity

2788 feet/second

Movement speed
(units per second)

215 / 250 (86%)

Kill Award

$300 (Competitive)
$150 (Casual)

Recoil Control

20 / 26 (76%)

A less expensive option among the terrorist-exclusive assault rifles, the Galil AR is a serviceable weapon in medium to long-range combat.
―Official description

The Galil AR is a Terroristrifle that has replaced the IDF Defender in Counter-Strike: Global Offensive.


The Galil AR is modeled after the Galil ACE 22, an Israeli assault rifle manufactured by Israel Weapon Industries. The ACE 22 is the medium barrel version of the IWI Galil ACE series, produced since 2008. Its in-game name comes from a different weapon in the same family, the Galil AR.

In-game, the Galil AR costs $1800, making it the cheapest Terrorist assault rifle. It has a high rate of fire but moderately strong recoil. It holds 35 rounds in its magazine, 5 more than most other assault rifles, and has a good penetration power. Its primary disadvantage is that it cannot instantly kill targets at full health and armor with a single headshot, and accuracy is somewhat low at long range.

In general, the Galil AR is a good choice for an eco round assault rifle, but is not very good for buy rounds.


HitboxPrimary Attack
Unarmored Armored
Head 12092
Chest & Arm 30 23
Stomach 37 29
Leg 22 22
Red signifies a fatal hit.


  • It is a great weapon for economy rounds and a purchase following the loss of a pistol round. Due to its low anti-armor damage however, the AK-47 is almost always preferred over the Galil AR if available.
  • For close-quarter combat and at medium ranges, fire full-auto, preferable at the chest of a target.
    • At longer ranges, burst-fire or tap fire for maximum efficiency while strafing to avoid damage.
  • This weapon is a poor choice against enemy snipers due to the inability to quickly kill armored snipers in one shot, unlike the AK-47. Avoid common sniper spots whenever possible.
  • Avoid strafing and spraying bullets with this weapon, due to the high spread. Moreover, players with lighter and more accurate weapons can "out-strafe" users.
    • If the player wishes to spray bullets, it is recommended that one should be in close range with their target. Also, move down the mouse to counter the recoil.

Update History

November 18, 2019
  • Reduced the price of FAMAS and Galil by $200 (to $2050 and $1800, respectively)
  • Improved full-auto spraying accuracy of FAMAS and Galil.


Weapon Specialist
Galil AR Expert csgo.pngGalil AR Expert
Kill 250 enemies with the Galil AR.


  • In the alpha and beta and PAX 2011 version of Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, the Galil AR had a Meprolight Tritium Powered Reflex Sight attachment on the rifle's handguard. The weapon could zoom in like the AUG and the SG 553. This attachment was later removed to balance out with its CT counterpart, the FAMAS[2].
    • Before an update, the attachment still appeared in the HUD kill icon.
  • Before the CS:GO sound update, the P90, Galil AR, SG 553, and AUG shared the same "cocking" or "cycling" sound.
  • The IDF Defender, an older predecessor, weighs slightly more (215 vs 210) than the Galil AR, like in real life.
  • In the early stages of development, the bolt-pull sounds were not properly synced with the animations.
  • Similar to the G3SG1 from older games, if a person views the reload sequence of the Galil AR from the "classic" view model position, the magazine appears to be taken out and simply placed back into the rifle.
  • Despite being modelled after the Galil ACE 22, the HUD image and achievement icon shows a Galil SAR, as noted by the different stock.[3]


External links

GALIL ACE 22N Basic Field Strip


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