I saw a military-style weapon at a gunshop today and I wonder if anyone can identify it. When I first spotted it, I thought to myself, a Galil, due to the Uzi-like front sights and roughly triangular front stock. It has a long barrel that looks like a semi-auto version of an assault rifle. It is definitely military looking, with a flip-up carry handle, fold-out bipod and pistol grip. It uses a box magazine and is chambered for the .308 round It has a flat grey finish, and the controls have a decidedly military look to them. I have trouble reading the handwriting on the tag, but it looks like the maker's name is 'Imbel.' Can anyone offer any input as to the origin of this gun?