Isreali Tavor Bullpup Carbine

Isreali Tavor Bullpup Carbine

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    Isreali Tavor Bullpup Carbine

    Saw some videos on this at Shot Show. The Isreali Tavor Bullpup Carbine by IWI.

    Anyone else think this is a bad ass carbine? I'm looking hard at this rifle. This would fit in a lot of Bug Out Bags or SHTF Gear Bags. Would be especially good for discreet carry in an urban environment.



    Warning: The following Nutnfancy video is only 8:40.



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    Me likey. So many guns, so little room in the safe.
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    I have had my eye on that one for a long time. Never thought I would see one up close and personal though.
    Now that I know that they will be made in the good ol' U.S. - I will need to start rolling up my pennies.
    Super lightweight, reliable, no muzzle rise, highly ergonomic.
    I love everything about this rifle. Even the Earth color.
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    Looks nice. Very compact!

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    2007 Video. When I first saw anything Tavor. Twas on this video.
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    Does anyone know if its possible to get on a wait list for this?

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    I like that it has a brass deflector in case you need to shoot from your opposite shoulder - helps with one of the biggest issues with traditional bullpup designs.
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    ...does it come in .45ACP???

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    Quote Originally Posted by Snub44 View Post
    ...does it come in .45ACP???
    As of right now, I believe the only pistol cartridge will be 9mm. But that doesn't rule out future production models. It really depends on sales and demand.

    Although for me, with modern defensive ammo being offered in .223 these days, I don't see a need for one in any pistol caliber. But that's just my personal preference.

    If you look at the video QKShooter posted, Mac from Future Weapons was making head shots at 300 meters from a standing, unsupported position with the Isreali's short barrel select fire version. That's one reason I'd stay with the .223 version. You can do CQB without overpenetration, as well as long distance with the .223 round.
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    If I had the money I'd be all over that like a bear on honey

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    I just heard a wimper from the left coast.........Feinstein wet her panties.
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    How long have these been in service now? Any reliability issues?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hoganbeg View Post
    How long have these been in service now? Any reliability issues?
    That question has been addressed in both the Nutnfancy video and the Future Weapons video posted by QKShooter.

    I don't think it's going to be a weapon which will let you down during a time of critical need.

    It is the standard carbine for the IDF, used every day in certainly a more dangerous combat zone than what we face here in the US. It is combat tested, and combat approved.
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    Well the Israelis were initially quite happy with the GALIL but, since it was originally designed to be a fully automatic squad weapon - it was just too heavy and overbuilt for Average Joe Soldier (though it was as reliable and about as indestructible as a firearm can be) - so then Israel clicked over to our American Evil Black Rifle - I guess until they could get enough of the TAVOR into the hands of their troops.

    Now...it looks like the TAVOR will rule their day.

    This is just speculation on my part but, it seems as that was the way events unfolded...and I do know that many thought that the GALIL was just too heavy.
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