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Thread: Tavor 9mm and 5.45x39 conversion kits

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    7.62x51 configuration..I'd buy another

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    Wait...It's called a Kel Tec RFB rifle

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    If anything 7.62x39 would be the best conversion and unlike 7.62x51 it would be doable( do .308 mags even fit in the mag well?)

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    i don't have nor have shot a tavor, but to me, a 9mm conversion is a waste of money. i thought the idea of the tavor was to have a centerfire rifle bullpup. even a convert to the 5.45x39 may not be as good as i just saw the ammo for sale at wolverines for 50/round. not a real large supply of it in the country right now. but i know it can be brought in. 7.62x39 might be a good idea though.. if i wanted a small 9mm shorty i'd go with say a kpos glock kit.. just my thoughts.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Moparlover View Post
    i don't have nor have shot a tavor, but to me, a 9mm conversion is a waste of money. i thought the idea of the tavor was to have a centerfire rifle bullpup. even a convert to the 5.45x39 may not be as good as i just saw the ammo for sale at wolverines for 50/round. not a real large supply of it in the country right now. but i know it can be brought in. 7.62x39 might be a good idea though.. if i wanted a small 9mm shorty i'd go with say a kpos glock kit.. just my thoughts.
    Originally, IWI had a magwell that used Glock mags for the 9mm. Me hopes they will still make one.
    My reasoning for wanting this is a military spec 9mm SMG type arm that is non restricted yet compact enough.
    The KPOS is a toy, so are the other offerings from KelTec and JR...

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    ive heard that they are currently working on a 7.62x51 tavor rifle..

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    Quote Originally Posted by twyeh View Post
    Originally, IWI had a magwell that used Glock mags for the 9mm. Me hopes they will still make one.
    My reasoning for wanting this is a military spec 9mm SMG type arm that is non restricted yet compact enough.
    The KPOS is a toy, so are the other offerings from KelTec and JR...
    My thought exactly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by koseli View Post
    ive heard that they are currently working on a 7.62x51 tavor rifle..
    I really hope this is true, hunting with a tavor would be awesome!!!

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    Am I to assume that the Canadian GEN 2 TAVOR will not accept a 9mm conversion kit either?

    I have a line on TAVOR 9mm conversion kit. Just hesitating to purchase until I know I can install it!

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    Watch out! Your being scammed!

    9mm kits have been canceled and none have been produced. Except the prototypes...

    EDITED: AT THE TIME OF THIS POST THIS IS WHAT EVIDENCE POINTED TO. 9MM KITS ARE NOW AVAILABLE IN THE US.
    Last edited by onetwentyish; 05-10-2014 at 05:31 PM.
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