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IWI TAVOR X95 Bullpup Rifle - Flattop 5.56 NATO Semi-Auto/Gas Piston BUIS w/Tritium Front Post 16.5" MPN XFD16

SKU: XFD16

IWI TAVOR X95 Bullpup Rifle - Flattop 5.56 NATO Semi-Auto/Gas Piston BUIS w/Tritium Front Post 16.5" MPN XFD16

SKU XFD16

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Description

The IWI Tavor X95 is the next generation of the bullpup line. This rifle has some substantial upgrades from the Tavor SAR. Some of these upgrades include a new fire control pack with a 5-6lb trigger, 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 small, lower profile bolt release button. These enhancements allow for a better experience with an already incredible battle tested rifle. The bullpup feature of this rifle allow for unparalleled dexterity without the loss of bullet velocity or extra trouble of obtaining a short barreled rifle. This system can also be changed out with a separate purchase of conversion kits to shoot 9mm and .300 Blackout. This rifle is the perfect option for anyone looking to have an accurate, modular, reliable, and agile rifle system all on one platform.


Specifications

Caliber:5.56 NATO
Weight:7.9 lbs.
Rifle Overall Length:26 ⅛"
Action:Semi-auto, Gas Piston
Trigger:5-6 lbs.
Safety:AR-style selector switch
Rifle Barrel Length:16 ½"
Rifle Barrel Twist:Right hand, 6 grooves, 1:7 inch twist
Rifle Stock:Reinforced polymer bullpup configuration
Scope Mount:flattop picatinny rail
HandednessRight Hand
Item ConditionNew
UPC859735005923
MPNXFD16

Reviews

Reviews for IWI TAVOR X95 Bullpup Rifle - Flattop 5.56 NATO Semi-Auto/Gas Piston BUIS w/Tritium Front Post 16.5" MPN XFD16

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by on November 5, 2016

Well, I had high hopes for this--it is the updated standard for the IDF (although they continue to use a wide variety of super-short M4 variants predominantly). It is reliable as an anvil, but, unfortunately, it is only a little more accurate. I actually talked with the IWI folks (great customer service, by the way, both from Eurooptic and IWI), and they said 4-5 MOA is considered acceptable (and they are correct when they say that is the acceptable accuracy for M4s, although most that I have seen exceed it). A Super-Sabra Giessele trigger gave it a superb pull; light and crisp, with minimal creep and limited overtravel, and a (very loud) Silencerco brake and Omega can limited the noise nicely, but if you are looking for accuracy, look elsewhere. It did improve to about 3-4 MOA with MK 262 Mod 1 / IWI 77 grain long range. It's a solid little beast, surprisingly heavy, and sturdy as the dickens, but it balances nicely (the weight is mostly toward the rear, which really helps with offhand shots with the can on it), and the manual of arms comes to you pretty quick (the X95 moved the mag release forward, to pretty much where you'd look for it on an AR). Overall, a pretty nice rifle, but spendy for AK accuracy. I suspect the market will remedy this soon...I'll be watching for the magical barrel / rail combo that straightens things out, because then you'd truly have a winner on your hands. Hope this helps--I was waiting (endlessly) for a DT MDR, got frustrated as they kept moving the release date back, and bought this with my deposit, instead. I sort of wish I'd waited, although I'm vindicated somewhat by the continued push to the right (now looking like 1st quarter 2017). There you have it.

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