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The Galil is an assault rifle featured in Call of Duty: Black Ops, Call of Duty: Black Ops II, and Call of Duty: Black Ops: Declassified.

Call of Duty: Black OpsEdit

CampaignEdit

Galil menu icon BO
Call of Duty: Black Ops
Damage

40-30 (MP), 150-100 (Zombies)

Damage Multipliers

Head: 1.4, Body: 1, Limbs: 1

Weapon Class

Assault Rifle

Magazine Size

35 Rounds (50 with Extended Mags)

Unlocked at

20

Cost (Black Ops)

CoDPoints2000

Cost (Zombies)

950 (Mystery Box)

Starting Ammunition

105 + 35 (MP)

Maximum Ammunition

350 (SP standard, 500 with Extended Mags), 280 (MP), 315 (Zombies)

Reload Time

2.8 loaded, 3.8 unloaded

Rate of Fire

750 RPM

Range (explanation)

Multiplayer
AssaultRangeBlackOpsInfo

Recoil

Low

Recoil center speed

1500

Penetration

Moderate

Fire Mode

Automatic

Used by

Soviet Armed Forces, Alex Mason

HUD icon

Galil HUD icon BO

Sound(s)

Original Sound

Lamentation Sound
Black Ops GALIL Assault Rifle - All Attachments Weapon Guide Series(03:13)

The Galil is mainly found towards the end of the campaign on the levels "Payback" and "Redemption" with many different attachments such as the Red Dot Sight and Extended Mags. It is used mainly by the Russian Spetsnaz.

MultiplayerEdit

The Galil is unlocked for purchase at level 20 for CoDPoints2000. The Galil is capable of killing in three to four body shots (or two to three headshots), with a moderate rate of fire. The weapon has low recoil and a high default magazine capacity at 35 rounds. However, the Galil also has the longest reload time of its class.

Sleight of Hand is a good choice on the Galil to mitigate the slow reload time. Dual Mags gives the Galil over 200 rounds of ammunition upon spawning, while Extended Mags will give the weapon a 50-round magazine, rivaling the capacity of the light machine guns. It should be noted that the Galil receives a greater benefit from both of these attachments than any of the other assault rifles.

Due to the Galil's high magazine capacity, high minimum damage and controllable recoil, the weapon can be used to effect with the Suppressor. The Galil's clear iron sights also allow it to be used effectively without optics. The weapon's recoil kicks up and to the right, and can be easily managed even during automatic fire. However, at longer ranges, it is still recommended to fire the weapon in bursts, allowing the recoil to reset between shots.

Combining Extended Mags with Hardened will allow the Galil to be used as a pseudo light machine gun, with the maneuverability of an assault rifle. Warlord can also be an effective choice, allowing the player to combine a magazine attachment with an optical attachment or Suppressor. Reload cancelling on the Galil is highly beneficial, especially for empty reloads.

AttachmentsEdit

ZombiesEdit

The Galil can be obtained from the Mystery Box in Zombies for 950 points. The Galil has 35 rounds with 315 rounds reserved, making it a worthy gun to keep. On top of massive ammo reserves, this gun deals more damage than most guns, lasting into round 19, and sometimes, if aiming for headshots, even higher. Because of its low recoil and high damage, it is a valued weapon and is usually kept by players to Pack-a-Punch. The gun causes the player to have a slower movement speed than normal, like the other assault rifles in Zombies, but with its exceptional power, it rivals light machine guns, and allows more maneuverability.

When Pack-a-Punched via the Pack-a-Punch Machine, it becomes the Lamentation. This version features a Red Dot Sight with a randomized reticule. It is an effective spray-and-pray weapon due to its above average hip fire accuracy. It also comes with more reserve ammo than any of the other Pack-a-Punched assault rifles; however, as the magazine size remains unchanged, Speed Cola is highly recommended. The Lamentation is usually one of the most sought after weapons, as it has the second highest damage of any gun that is not a wonder weapon or shotgun, and has one of the highest reserved ammo counts of all upgraded weapons, even surpassing that of the RPK.

Galil vs LamentationEdit

Galil Lamentation
Galil BO Lamentation BO
Damage 150-100 220-150
Fire mode Automatic Automatic
Rate of fire 750 750
Magazine size 35 35
Max ammo 315+35 490+35
Reload 2.8, 3.8 empty 2.8, 3.8 empty
Mobility Medium Medium
Sounds
Extras Higher damage, more ammo, Red Dot Sight


GalleryEdit

For camouflage images, see Galil/Camouflage.
For attachment images, see Galil/Attachments.

Call of Duty: Black Ops IIEdit

Galil menu icon BOII
Call of Duty: Black Ops II
Damage

150-100 (Zombies)

Weapon Class

Assault Rifle

Magazine Size

35 rounds (47 w/ Extended Mags)

Unlocked at

Completing Celerium (SP)

Cost (Zombies)

950 (Mystery Box)

Starting Ammunition

35+210 (SP)

Maximum Ammunition

35+455 (SP)
35+315 (Zombies)

Reload Time

2.8 loaded, 3.8 unloaded

Rate of Fire

750 RPM

Recoil

Low

Recoil center speed

1500

Penetration

Moderate

Fire Mode

Automatic

Used by

Alex Mason, Frank Woods, Panamanian Defense Forces, Menendez Cartel

HUD icon

Galil-BO2-LOGO

CampaignEdit

The Galil is one of the weapons available in to the player in the 1980s arc of the campaign. The Galil is part of the recommended loadout for "Time and Fate", equipped with Fast Mags.

AttachmentsEdit

ZombiesEdit

The Galil returns in Zombies and can be acquired from the Mystery Box. When Pack-a-Punched, it once again becomes the Lamenation. Both Pack-a-Punched and not, it performs very similarly to its Call of Duty: Black Ops counterpart but with Double Tap Root Beer, it becomes especially powerful. The only difference is that the Lamentation receives a Reflex Sight instead of the original Call of Duty: Black Ops Red Dot Sight. Like all other non-2025 weapons, it can only be Pack-a-Punched once.

Call of Duty: Black Ops: DeclassifiedEdit

Call of Duty: Black Ops: Declassified
Weapon Class

Assault Rifle

Magazine Size

35 Rounds (MP)

Starting Ammunition

35 + 105 (MP)

Reload Time

2.7

Fire Mode

Automatic

The Galil returns in Call of Duty: Black Ops: Declassified, being statistically similar to its Call of Duty: Black Ops counterpart.

MultiplayerEdit

The Galil is the second unlocked assault rifle in multiplayer. Much like its Call of Duty: Black Ops counterpart, it has low recoil and is capable of killing in three to four shots to the body. It has the largest magazine size in its class with 35 rounds. However, it is the slowest reloading assault rifle, most likely to balance for the larger than average than magazine size. It has an average rate of fire of 750 RPM.

Sleight of Hand is a good choice on the Galil to mitigate the slow reloads. Hardline is also a good choice as the Galil's large magazine size gives it great potential for multiple kills before reloading. Combining Jammer and the Suppressor can make for a very potent stealth class as the Galil's large magazine and ammo supply reduces the need for both Sleight of Hand and Surplus. Extended Mags increases the Galil's magazine size to a gargantuan 52 rounds which makes it a psuedo light machine gun with all the benefits assault rifle properties. With Extended Mags, it boasts a larger magazine size than both the RPK and Stoner63.

AttachmentsEdit

TriviaEdit

  • Israel is misspelled "Isreal" on the side of the weapon.
  • Though the Galil shares some Russian traits as seen with the RPK and the AK-47 (The GP-25 and the PK-AV scope), it doesn't share the Russian style Red Dot Sight. However, in Call of Duty: Black Ops II, the Galil will use the standard U.S. ACOG sight. 
  • The Galil's ID number is "2235789".
  • With Extended Mags, the Galil has the highest magazine size in the assault rifle category.
  • The multiplayer description of the Galil is incorrect: when buying the weapon, the game describes it as having an integrated Select Fire attachment, with the choice between semi-automatic and three-round burst modes. However, when the weapon is fired, it is fully automatic.
  • The Galil is the second weapon in the Call of Duty series, the first being the AK-47, to use the GP-25 grenade launcher.
  • In first-person, the Galil has a handle near the grip. This is not present in third-person.
  • The handle which the Galil has in Call of Duty: Black Ops is removed in Call of Duty: Black Ops II.
  • The Lamentation has the third highest reserve ammo capacity in the Zombies mode of Call of Duty: Black Ops, even surpassing the ammo capacity of the RPK.
  • On the Nintendo Wii, the Lamentation is green (similar to the H115 Oscillator).
  • The Galil uses the western style Red Dot Sight, IR Scope and Suppressor despite using the Russian versions of the ACOG Scope and Grenade Launcher. It also uses the same mount as Russian weapons for the Reflex Sight.
  • When switching weapons, the player's hand goes through the barrel.
  • The Galil is one of the two weapons, the other one being the PSG-1, where a camouflage also appears on the magazine, excluding Gold Camouflage. However, while the Galil's magazine will be completely camouflaged, the PSG-1's will just have a bar where the camouflage is visible.
  • In Call of Duty: Black Ops II, the Galil now uses the same middle reloading animation as the AK47 and the AK74u, but with a new cocking animation. However, if the Galil is equipped with the Fast Mag attachment, then the cocking animation as well will be the same as the AK variants.
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