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Deactivated Egyptian Hakim (Arabic for 'judge' or 'govenor'), chambered for the 7.92 x 57 Mauser cartridge. The 10 round mag was fed by 2 stripper clips. The Hakim was developed for the Swedish Army by Ljungman as the Ag m/42 with the design then being sold to Egypt, who used this weapon in the '50s and '60s. This example cocks, dry-fires and field-strips. The cocking mechanism is unusual: to cock, you push the cocking handle forward and back and then the bolt springs forward (see video). Supplied with its Birmingham Proof House deactivation certificate. Conditions apply (see T & Cs). 

Hakim (Swedish AG 42) Rifle

SKU: Product Ref.: 2092
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