Roger Evans: FYI, The Sig 516 sling fits great on the Tavor
n300zx93: the window is in the front because you fallow the white marker not the
n300zx93: love mine too
AKSKSMAN: 2-3/4" wrenches and timing the muzzle device with the locking nut. No pain
at all. Just a little patience. :)
marcus cherisme: seeing this beautiful rifle makes me really wanna move out of NJ now so i
could buy one,
xoticgunnut: I hope the trigger is better on these than the Steyr AUG A3 I own. I love
the AUG, but the trigger is just not smooth.
AKSKSMAN: Thank you. She just became my new "go to" rifle in my safe.
AKSKSMAN: A person who is a non believer in the muslim faith is labeled an infidel. I
am a nonbeliever, therefore I am the infidel and proud of it.
AKSKSMAN: The only comparison I made was wondering if the dust/debri shield had to be
reversed for the left hand conversion like on the Canadian/Israeli ones do.
And it does so it's a fair and true comparison. I would love to hear your
detailed description of the differences in the quality, parts, and what
makes them "feel" "cheaper" as you stated.
AKSKSMAN: BULLPUPFORUMdotcom Someone is selling their used one for $2300 on the
forums which makes me sick. He's trying to price gouge a used (2300 rounds
through it and he dyed it OD green and had to send it back because the bolt
hold open wasn't working when suppressed) Tavor to fellow forum members.
Lydia Johansson: How's accuracy?
AdoreYouInAshXI: I wish I had a good job so i could afford cool stuff ;(
anycomment0: beautiful thing..!
bigg746: Where did you gets this from been looking everywhere... The gun shop around
me hasn't even heard of the iwi tavor
blckrsterling: got my tavor the other day and thought the back ups were great. saving
weight and you would never know they are there. Great video.
Sevchenko Gustav: Hey bud sorry to bother you Im a lefty here too. I heard you say that once
your left hand bolt gets close to coming in that you would start actually
switching things over. I was wondering if that means you can actually flip
the charging handle over without having to make it eject left? I have yet
to pick the Tavor up and was just wondering about it because I figured Id
run the charging and the eject right. Thanks for any response, much
Jeepin Dave: Where would I be able to find the Bull pup forum... I am V E R Y interested
in the Tavor and would love to have one.
AKSKSMAN: No. You would have to have the FFL you buy from get a Cali or NJ compliant
one or buy outside your state and have that FFL send it to Adco in Ohio to
make it compliant. They usually don't come compliant for communist states
but there are a few companies that can help you get around their silly
beaker2000: They are all IWI rifles. They make them in the US with parts made in
Israel, and some made in the US for 922r compliance.
jesstaylor47: How does the Larue mount fit on the rail of the Tavor?
Impulset0: Lucky bastard. I have to pay $250 for a lefty bolt. I also gave up on
switching everything over because the pins are a bitch to get out without
the proper punch tools. I got decent irons with my Tavor which co-witness
with my Eotech (after I adjusted it of course)
stompasaurusrex: They are not the same as IWI Israel. The US ones feel how they're priced;
cheaper. IWI US is just a subsidiary of IWI. They are not a military
contractor. They are a manufacturer of consumer commodities. My response
was to a quote in the video when he compared his to the 'Israeli or
Canadian ones' No hate on the US ones though. Still an awesome gun
MrTacticalTeam99: Nice Infidel Wallpaper man. I'm too an Infidel. Rock On! :)
AKSKSMAN: Well smart guy, if you took your head out of Obama's ass and listened to
what I said in the video, the guy running The Bullpup's Forum group buy
decided to order us lefties a right handed model because he thought the
president you voted for might ban this rifle before IWI released the left
handed models. And I didn't have to spend $2000, but it sounds like envy
has got the best of you. :)
MarcusFenix762: Nice I got mine today and I put a Mepro m21 sight on mine.
Oleg Molot: My wife and I each have one. She has a right and I a left. If you use 223
the brass will hit your shoulder if you have a right and shoot left and
vice versa. My wife likes the gun beacuse it's easier to handle, the weight
sits on her shoulder and not on her support hand. I found that when
cleaning I like a bore snake better than their rods. You can drop oi from
the back with the carrier group removed. I don't like pushing debris back
into the gun.
Antonio Wright: It was mentioned by another reviewer that the trigger pack was shaped
slightly differently so there was no way it could accept full auto parts.
The trigger pull may also have been smoothed out.
AKSKSMAN: The Bullpup Forum was kind enough to put together a group buy and IWI was
gracious enough to make it happen. You had to sign up by a certain time and
pay your deposit and final payment within certain time frames. The waiting
game was the worst part of it. I've been anxiously waiting for this rifle
since September 2012. I drove my friends,coworkers, and family crazy
talking about it.
AKSKSMAN: How do you figure?
s55b: Nice rifle! Good job.
xoticgunnut: Congrats on the purchase. I want the IDF version with the 18 inch barrel
with the bayo lug. I hope i can get it in FDE. I already have a Steyr AUG
Impulset0: Is this the American-made Tavor?
AKSKSMAN: He won't reply cause he doesn't know. He just jealous and talking out of
his ass. They are not produced by IWI Israel but they would not come to the
US market and charge $2000 for a cheaper version. The only reason I can
think of that would make the US version cheaper is not having the full auto
ability. There are people on the Bullpup Forum that have had experience
with the Canadian version as well as the US, and they have no complaints
about the US version.
marcus cherisme: @AKSKSMAN is this rifle cali or NJ compliant?
CrucibleArms: Love my Tavor!
stompasaurusrex: Canadian ones ARE the Israeli ones. They're imported from IWI Israel :)
elireloaded: Got rid of the Tavor eh? Glad I bought the sks bullpup kit. Whats up with
the Infidel picture on your channel profile?
AKSKSMAN: Stock trigger breaks clean but is still 10.25lbs.+/- pull. You can drop the
pull down 2lbs. +/- by removing a spring in the trigger pack that helps
reset the trigger in extreme conditions. I won't do this as I have heard
mixed reviews on the reliability of this mod.
AKSKSMAN: $89 sight that has been through hell and back on all my guns and still
works like the day I bought it. The mount is also worth more than the sight
and the locking lever of it started to come loose from shooting a week
after I got it. The 2k gun malfunctioned for me to the point that I finally
sold it. Sometimes cheap doesn't equal crap.
AKSKSMAN: The BUIS that come with the Tavor aren't horrible. I just prefer a more
advanced set of irons and don't want to have to use a tool every time I
want to adjust for windage. They are the back ups to my BUIS.
MrEmperor79: Awesome gun.
Antonio Wright: All of the parts that can be switched to left hand can be moved
independently of each other. You can switch the safety and the charging
handle and still have it eject right.
got2xlr8: what kind of pain was involved in changing out the muzzle device?
AKSKSMAN: Yes it is.
elireloaded: 2k gun...$89 sight. I Kid, I Kid, I 'm broke too. What I wouldn't give to
have the Tavor though
midnightego20: haha, crambone is just crying because the nerd wants what you got. nice
setup bro. you gonna post a vid on your shooting it and or a field strip.
beaker2000: I too would like to understand what justifies the comment about feeling
cheaper. Why would they change the design of a proven and tested rifle. Is
the plastic different? Is the receiver thinner? I understand that the cold
hammer forged barrels, among other parts are imported from Israel for the
US product. Please be specific, I have one on order and would like to
understand what the difference is. Have you shot both the Canadian and US