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    Tavor 7

    Any idea how long until the Tavor 7 , will be ready for the Canadian Market ?

    Waiting with cash in hand....

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    We know as much as the general public knows right now. IWI only showed the prototype rifle to generate interest. We will provide pricing and ETA when more information becomes available. Thanks.

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    I would love to see this gun come to Canada. Would be a great compact big game rifle!

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    Would be awesome if its accurate enough. My X95 (5.56) isn't great for accuracy.
    I wonder if the Tavor 7 or the 102 would be more accurate?

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    http://iwi.net/iwi-launches-7-62x51m...-rifle-family/

    IWI Launches 7.62X51mm TAVOR Bullpup Rifle Family

    IWI, an SK Group Member, Launches the 7.62X51mm TAVOR 7 AR, the Newest Member of the TAVOR Bullpup Rifle Family

    Adapted for military and law enforcement markets, the TAVOR 7 AR will be exhibited at Defense and Security Thailand, Milipol (Paris) France, and Expodefensa Colombia, with availability from Q1/18

    Ramat HaSharon, Israel, October 30, 2017. Israel Weapon Industries (IWI), an SK Group member – a leader in the production of combat-proven small arms for law enforcement agencies, governments, and armies around the world – is launching the 7.62X51mm caliber IWI TAVOR 7, the newest member of the successful TAVOR Bullpup Rifle Family. Adapted for military and law enforcement markets, it will be on display at Defense and Security Thailand, Milipol (Paris) France, and Expodefensa Colombia.

    According to Shlomi Sabag, IWI’s CEO, “We are pleased to expand the TAVOR family – the world’s most popular battle-proven bullpup rifles – with the new addition of a 7.62X51mm caliber weapon, based on requests from our customers. The IWI TAVOR 7 enables users from the military and law enforcement markets to operate in a wide variety of scenarios at short and medium range with enhanced firepower – efficiently, safely and easily, with only minimal maintenance. Based on what we have already heard from the field, we expect the IWI TAVOR 7 to become a leader in its category. The weapon will be available from the first quarter of 2018.”

    The TAVOR 7 is a fully ambidextrous platform on which the ejection side and the charging handle can be switched quickly and easily from side to side by the user. The ambidextrous features include: safety lever, magazine release, and bolt catch similar to the X95. The IWI TAVOR 7 also includes an M-LOK fore-end (2 M-LOK slots at 3 and 9 o’clock) as well as MIL-STD 1913 Picatinny rail at the 6 o’clock position, to allow the use of multiple devices and accessories. The rifle’s body is built from high-strength, impact-modified polymer, and has a hammer-forged, chrome-lined, free-floating barrel for enhanced accuracy and life cycle.

    Additional features include a short stroke gas piston with a 4-position variable gas regulator, (including an OFF position – a unique feature designed for special operation needs), a rotating bolt system that ensures maximum safety for the user, and a pistol grip that can be changed or modified. The IWI TAVOR 7 enables 100% interchangeability, reducing maintenance costs. It is available in four colors: Sniper Gray, OD Green, Black, and Flat Dark Earth, with replaceable barrels available in two lengths – 17″ (432 mm) and 20″ (508 mm) – for various uses. The rifle has an overall length of 28.4″ (723 mm) and a weight without a magazine of 9lbs (4.1 Kg).

    About the IWI TAVOR Bullpup Rifle Family
    The IWI TAVOR family of Assault Rifles is a line of versatile, innovative, and technologically advanced weapons. The TAVOR Assault Rifles have been extensively proven on the battlefield, performing with precision and reliability, and meeting the needs of human ergonomics. The TAVOR family was developed in close cooperation with the Israel Defense Forces (IDF), based on lessons learned from actual combat situations. Complying with the most stringent NATO standards for small arms – including environmental standards and harsh conditions – the TAVOR is in service in the IDF Infantry and Special Forces as well as in other countries throughout the world. It has a compact bullpup configuration, a barrel length and weapon size that cover all soldiers’ fighting ranges – from 500 meters to indoor operations, fighting from vehicles, urban areas, etc. Among its additional features, the TAVOR’s body is made of strong, modern composite materials, and its metal parts are corrosion-resistant. It can be comfortably used by either left or right-handed shooters.

    ABOUT IWI
    Israel Weapon Industries (IWI), located in the center of Israel, is a world leader in small arms for over 80 years. IWI is a member of SK Group, which comprises companies that develop and manufacture a wide array of defense products for governmental entities, armies, and law enforcement agencies around the world. IWI’s best-known products include the TAVOR, X95 (MICRO TAVOR), and GALIL ACE Assault Rifles, the GALIL Sniper Rifle, the DAN.338 Bolt Action Sniper Rifle, the NEGEV Light Machine Gun 5.56 & 7.62 mm, the legendary UZI SMG in its latest evolution – UZI PRO, the JERICHO pistols, and the new MASADA striker-based pistols. The company’s firearms are developed in close collaboration with the Israel Defense Forces (IDF): IWI and the IDF join forces in developing these weapons, whose final configurations are the product of ongoing interaction, field tests, and modifications, resulting from combat requirements and experience. All IWI weapon systems comply with the most stringent military standards (MIL-STD) and ISO 9000 standards.

    ABOUT SK GROUP
    SK Group is a privately held technology and innovation holding company specializing in global frontline defense, and paramilitary solutions, marine infrastructures and property development. SK Group provides small arms systems, electro-optic and laser solutions, imaging systems, naval solutions and more. Drawing on Israel’s innovation and field-proven solutions, SK’s companies offer a powerful track record of technology, experience and excellence.
    For more information on IWI, please visit: http://www.iwi.net. Further information about SK Group is available at www.sk-g.net

    Contact Information:
    Shiri Katsav Begoon
    Marketing Communications Manager
    IWI – Israel Weapon Industries
    E: shirik@iwi.net
    M: +972-52-3289300

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    whats the MAP?

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    Ill take one in the "x95" config plz.

    770mm for a 308? nice.
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    I can't wait to buy one of these. Perfect little bush gun. hopefully its reasonably accurate for the caliber.
    "If someone has a gun and is trying to kill you, it would be reasonable to shoot back with your own gun." - Dalai Lama, 2001.

    “Among the many misdeeds of British rule in India, history will look upon the act depriving a whole nation of arms as the blackest.” -Mahatma Gandhi

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    reviews are so so owing to the blast of a 308 so close to your face.

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    Add another 18 months for the RCMP lab to assign a FRT number.


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