Excellent, with 99% of the original black finish, showing a few minor handling marks overall. Mechanically excellent. Less than 350 of these rifles were produced in any configuration, making this a rare opportunity to own a unique semi-automatic rifle.
Manufactured circa 1984-1985, the Model 7 was the only product of Holloway Arms of Fort Worth, Texas, and was designed by Bob Holloway, a veteran of combat in Southeast Asia and Rhodesia. His design integrated features of both the American AR-10 and the Belgian FAL, as well as several that were ahead of their time. Adjustable pin and peep sights, with an adjustable flash hider, tool-free adjustable gas block, manual gas cutoff, reversible 2-position safety switch, and a factory-standard adjustable trigger. The magazine is an Armalite AR-10, modified for use with an enlarged rear magazine catch paddle. Fitted with a lightly ribbed vented forearm and pistol grip, and a side-folding steel buttstock. With a black nylon sling.