Ikon Weapons Micro Galil .223/5.56 G223 8" Barrel OD Green

Ikon Weapons

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Here are the specs

SKU:
HG7758
UPC:
631661659049
Barrel Length:
8.3 in
Caliber/Gauge:
5.56x45mm NATO
Finish:
Bronze Cerakote
Action:
Semi-Auto
FFL:
Yes
Condition:
New
Material:
Steel
Country of Mfg.:
Israel

The Ikon Weapons Micro Galil .223/5.56 G223 with an 8" barrel in OD Green delivers outstanding performance in a distinctive hue. Crafted for precision and durability, this firearm offers reliability and style in a compact, eye-catching design.

Centerfire Systems Special Edition Micro Galil Pistol

Built by IKON WEAPONS 

  • Pistol Model: IKON G223
  • Pistol Caliber: .223 and 5.56mm NATO
  • Pistol Weight
  • 30 Round magazine Weight empty: 305 gr
  • 30 Round magazine Weight full: 650 gr
  • Barrel Length: 8.3”
  • Rifling: 1 turn every 7” (Green Mountain Blanks)
  • Muzzle Brake: M13 x 1RH (Style may vary from pictures)
  • OD Green Cerakote H SERIES finish

IKON Weapons latest creation comes from an original imported Micro Galil Israeli Kit of parts. Receivers are made of 4140 milled steel on IKONS Haas Machines and then heat treated in house to 45 Rockwell. Barrels are made of 41V50 steel Green Mountain barrel blanks. Each pistol barrel is clocked to the receiver then drilled the gas port. Headspace is then accomplished by pull-thru reamer operation. The gas tower gets press into the barrel after that. Each pistol is pre-assemble and test fire with (2)-10 Rounds Magazine for 5 shots slow fire 5 rapid fire. Finishes: All Pistols will have a Cerakote H-Series finish applied by an in-house certified Cerakote applicator. All parts then are assembled, dry fired and inspected before leaving the factory. Micro Galil Style IKON G223 may require a break in period of 60-90 rounds of quality brass ammunition before use of steel cased ammo. 

Please Note:: This pistol is designed to work with new quality Galil mags or new Tapco Galil mags. Due to the wide variety of various Spec mags or worn out used condition we strongly recommended using new magazines. Poor quality magazines may cause multiple issues and is not covered by warranty.