The Magal was a short-lived Israeli variant. It used a modified Micro-Galil receiver wrapped in a plastic shell, with a short barrel chambered in .30 Carbine. It was sort of like a Krinkov, except intended for police and security forces.
Apparently the Israelis weren't satisfied with the design, and dropped it after a brief run. A handful of parts kits made it over here, but like the Krinkov, the Magal would be an NFA SBR in its original configuration.
Of course, the key part of building a Magal is the plastic stock assembly. I found two vendors that have them, one for $99, one for $135. The second claimed to have thousands of them in stock.
You could build a Magal as a pistol build, and you could do it in 7.62x25. Or you could build it as a full length rifle, and maybe SBR it later.
Naturally, as soon as I had my wondrous idea, a quick tour of the search engines showed it had been done before.
Blackthorne's web site shows a Romanian AK with a Magal stock. They cut away part of the magwell to clear the magazine (5.45 or 5.56), and it looks like they cut away the side for a regular AK selector instead of the Micro Uzi left-side lever. I would have thought fitting a straight Romanian receiver in a shell made for a slant-cut Galil would have been a problem, but apparently the Israelis left enough room.
Pictures: Blackthorne conversion with WASR guts, stock .30 Carbine Magal, one with regular Galil guts, Magal pistol