Egyptian Hakim 8x57mm

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In this video we shoot and discuss the Egyptian Hakim chambered in 8mm Mauser. These rifles were based off the Swedish AG-42 Ljungman and were built to utilize the massive stockpiles of 8mm ammunition the Egyptians owned post WW2. The Hakim differs slightly from the AG-42 in that it features an adjustable gas system and a more substantial muzzle break to combat recoil from the more powerful 8mm cartridge. This particular example was produced in 1960 and is just an absolute joy to shoot as you will see. Stay tuned, much more military surplus content inbound.

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