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Model : Tavor
IWI US XB16 Tavor X95 5.56x45mm NATO 16.50" 30+1 Black Black Fixed Bullpup Stock Black Polymer Grip
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Tavor X95 is the next generation bullpup from IWI US, Inc. Upgrades and enhancements from the original TAVOR SAR include a new fire control pack with a 5-6 lb. trigger pull, repositioning of the ambidextrous mag release to an AR-15 location, a forearm with Picatinny rails at the 3, 6, and 9 o'clock positions with removable rail covers, relocation of the charging handle closer to your center mass, a modular Tavor style pistol grip that can be swapped out to a standard pistol grip with traditional trigger guard, and a smaller, lower profile bolt release button.
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This is a high quality product. One of the best rifles I've bought in a while.
It's pretty heavy for its size. But it's not too bad as the weight seems mostly in the back. The trigger to me is great as-is (on my example). On mine there is some light take-up then some heavier take-up and then it just breaks. Maybe my digital trigger gauge is broken. Mine is barely a 3 pound trigger pull. I put an eotech on this because that sight sits up a bit higher. This rifle is thicker than most so my optic, even though it's wide, isn't in the way of the charging handle. The X95 is thicker than the Bren 2 I took it off of (where it was in the way). This rifle is also shorter than my Bren 2. This is shorter than most SBRs I'm aware of. Think of an AR pistol with only the buffer tube on the back. This is like 1 inch longer than that (but a lot more bulky and heavy). I love it. I was on the fence because I was unsure about the trigger. Besides weight, the other negative is the price. It's a bit high. Another solid bullpup option is the Steyr Aug, also pricey, designed in 1977. What came in the box? The rifle, one mag, two qd rings, directions, a chamber flag, and a gun lock. Mine arrived very fast and the shipping box, the the gun box and the firearm were all in 100% perfect shape. Fit and finish are great. Quality is great. I couldn't be happier. It's nice to shoot something besides an M4 variant once in awhile.
GunZoneDeals had a great price and shipped *fast*, thumbs-up!
Great trigger for a bullpup (but can be improved w/aftermarket hammer packs), balances well so you don't notice the extra weight compared to an AR-15. Very fast/manueverable, especially in tight quarters. Controls more ergonomic than the earlier SAR, QD sling points are well-positioned for sling use, rails on the forend make it easy to attach lights, lasers, vertical/angled foregrips, etc.
Mags drop free unless snagged on a glove or wrist (ask me how I know), recoil is minimal, easy to field-strip for cleaning, clearly a well-executed military design that's battle-proven (civvie users report going as much as 5k-10k rds w/o cleaning or lubing).
The X95 wasn't designed as a sniper platform so don't expect sniper-grade accuracy, and the 1:7 twist barrel (cold hammer forged & chrome lined, no less!) is more accurate w/heavier bullets (62-77gr).
I would recommend the Tavor X95 to anyone who wants a rugged & reliable military-grade carbine that's especially suited for CQB. I would also recommend the Manticore Arms angled buttpad for the X95, makes a very positive difference when shouldering the X95.
I bought the X95 as an early Xmas gift to myself from my wife’s instructions. She didn’t trust the “supply chain” for a later purchase. I think it is the coolest version of the 5.56 ever and I’m dying to open it but have to wait. Gun Zone Deals was great to work with and made the purchase easy at a good price. No complaints.
Great rifle. Ran flawless right out the box (still got a cleaning afterwards of course.) Same overall length as an AR pistol w/ arm brace but it's a rifle w/ a 16.5" barrel. A little bit heavier than an AR-15 rifle, but the weight is distributed more in the rear, close to the body. I can shoot the X95 w/ less arm fatigue. I can even easily fire it one handed and stay on target. Recoil is felt straight back with less muzzle rise than an AR-15. It can take some practice getting use to changing magazines and hitting the bolt release, but it's a lot of fun at the range. GunZoneDeals had it at a great price and got it to my FFL in 6 days! Awesome experience and awesome rifle.
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