7 Days - 5,390 GP
30 Days - 21,450 GP
90 Days - 59,400 GP
The Galil ACE can be thought of as a cross between the M4A1 and the AK-47. Although based on the design of the AK-47, it is more similar statistically to the M4. There are a number of flaws in this gun. Although this is one of the smaller assault rifles, it is quite heavy. The G36E is known for its low portability, but the Galil ACE is heavier than the G36E despite being a smaller weapon. It has a low 55 point portability score, similar to the L85A1 series.
The rate of fire is below average but adequate; it is neither the best nor the worst. The average fire rate for an assault rifle is 74. The recoil pattern is easy to handle, making the Galil ACE a good weapon to tap-fire with, and this is especially recommended when firing on targets at medium to long ranges.
Although the damage is high-average for an assault rifle, its DPS is matched by most other assault rifles due to their higher rates of fire. The Galil ACE can score a weak 3 shot kill to a strong 4 shot kill. There is substantial damage dropoff at long range, but it should not be a problem since the gun is optimized for close to medium range combat. Accuracy is also a problem at long range despite its higher than average accuracy rating, making it a liability in larger maps where distance shooting is required (like Snow Valley and Kill Creek).
- Although the front sight post of the Galil is present, the center notch is apparently missing.
- "ACE" stands for Advanced Combat Edition.
- In real life, this is called the INDUMIL Galil SCE, and is based on the AK-47 family. It is manufactured in Colombia.