First Shots with the new US Tavor rifle

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    First Shots with the new US Tavor rifle

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    Thanks for posting! This is on my list!

    Do they have an estimated public release date?

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    I like the simple and elegant solution to keeping brass out of your face when fired off the left shoulder. Much better than forward eject tubes, which I always wondered about possibly getting plugged or clogged with debris.

    Seems like they might have finally gotten the bullpup configuration "right" - but I'll wait for your full review.

    Only remaining concern is the price - I'm guessing they will go for over full retail price with the current madness. Too rich for my blood. Even at retail price, you have to weigh buying one of these rifles...or equipping your entire family with lever guns. As good as this (or any semi auto) might be, a squad with repeaters beats a lone individual with a semi auto...and that is something to consider.

    Nice video as always!
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    Quote Originally Posted by SHTFGearLLC View Post
    Thanks for posting! This is on my list!

    Do they have an estimated public release date?
    According to Facebook as well as my hometown LGS (Harrisburg, Pa is where IWI US is based), their first batch of rifles is due to release pretty soon.

    As for price, a guy was putting a deposit down on his Tavor the other day when I was arranging some work on my 1911. The man paid $350 for his deposit, and store policy is a 33% deposit for purchases, so I'd have to guess somewhere right around $1100.

    This is all just stuff I've heard and put together on my own. I'm not sure if any of what I said is actually true.

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    I LOVE THIS CARBINE!!! I was looking at an Israeli armaments site last week. This rifle was shown as well as their new MBT. Anywho I've loved Bullpups ever since the 1st time I saw a Steyr Aug. I have 2 10-22s setup as Bullpups. They are quick on target and great in tight environments. Also the fact that it takes 3 30R magazines from different manufactures instead of bogus proprietary mags is another plus.

    The only problem is I'm just not in the market for a center fire MBR at this time. Great post tho MAC.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 10thmtn View Post
    I like the simple and elegant solution to keeping brass out of your face when fired off the left shoulder. Much better than forward eject tubes, which I always wondered about possibly getting plugged or clogged with debris.

    Seems like they might have finally gotten the bullpup configuration "right" - but I'll wait for your full review.

    Only remaining concern is the price - I'm guessing they will go for over full retail price with the current madness. Too rich for my blood. Even at retail price, you have to weigh buying one of these rifles...or equipping your entire family with lever guns. As good as this (or any semi auto) might be, a squad with repeaters beats a lone individual with a semi auto...and that is something to consider.

    Nice video as always!
    Don't worry Ruger will copy it real soon for you! They will be sure to have a lower price point to go along with the massive safety warnings and crappier trigger.
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    I've heard that they are releasing this in a 9mm version as well. Anyone have an idea if that will use a platform proprietary magazine?
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    Outstanding! Too high a price point for me unless I win the lotto or something.

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    That's pretty cool. I'd like to have a bullpup-style rifle. Looking forward to the review!
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    Nice video, I look forward to the full review and bullpup comparo.
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    man thats an awesome looking gun. If only money grew on trees...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rollo View Post
    I've heard that they are releasing this in a 9mm version as well. Anyone have an idea if that will use a platform proprietary magazine?
    I'm not sure, but from what I've read online the 9mm is a conversion kit that uses UZI mags. (Just what I've read.)

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