Hard to say, they really are very similar in performance. They're both very reliable and reasonably accurate, more so than most AKs floating about. The 95's ergonomics are designed for nordic climates, i.e. fighting in the dark and freezing cold, while the Galil, being an israeli rifle, is expected to tolerate desert conditions better. The Galil is much more common in the civilian markets and available in more calibers, so it's the smarter pick (cheaper, more spare parts) unless you're an ardent finnaboo.