IWI Tavor X95 556 Nato 16" Barrel Bullpup FDE 30 Round Capacity XFD16
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Do you want to impress everybody at the shooting range? Do you want to draw everyone's attention when you shoot your new awesome bullpup rifle? If you do, the IWI Tavor X95 is a perfect firearm for you! The quality of the IWI Tavor rifle is second to none. The future of firearms is here with the IWI Tavor.
IWI TAVOR X95 5.56/.223 REM FEATURES
The 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.
- Reinforced polymer bullpup config w/optimized ergonomics & easy caliber conversion (optional 9mm & 300 Blackout conversion kits sold separately)
- Semi-auto gas piston
- Closed rotating bolt long gas stroke on piston head
- Full-length MIL-STD Picatinny top rail includes integrated back-up sights w/Tritium inserts
- Picatinny tri-rail forend (3/6/9 o'clock) w/removable rail covers
- 100% Ambidextrous operation (opposite hand bolt not included)
- Reversible non-reciprocating charging handle relocated closer to center mass
- Ambidextrous forefinger-actuated mag release (AR-15 location)
- Safety selector switch
- Improved fire control pack 5 to 6 lb. trigger pull
- Modular Tavor style pistol grip (included) can be swapped out for an optional standard grip w/traditional trigger guard
- Low-profile bolt release button
- Cold hammer-forged chrome-lined CrMoV barrel
- Birdcage flash hider
- Multiple ambidextrous QD sling mounting points
- Easy field stripping
- STANAG mag compatibility
IWI TAVOR X95 5.56/.223 REM SPECIFICATIONS
- Family: Tavor Series
- Model: TAVOR XB95
- Type: Rifle
- Action: Semi-Auto
- Finish: Flat Dark Earth
- Stock/Frame: Synthetic Stock
- Weight: 7.9 lbs.
- Caliber/Gauge: 223 Rem | 5.56 NATO
- Capacity: 30 1
- # of Mags : 1
- Barrel: 16.5"
- Overall Length: 26.125"
- Sights: BUIS w/Tritium Front
- Additional Information: Threaded Barrel Model, Full Length Picatinny Top Rail, Gas Piston System, Accepts standard AR mags
|CONDITION||New in Box|
|FINISH PER COLOR||Flat Dark Earth|
|MANUFACTURER PART NUMBER||XFD16|
|TYPE||Semi Auto Rifles|
The Tavor X95 is fantastic & from all the videos I have watched, the Geissele Super Sabra Lightning Bow trigger upgrade makes it even.
The only problem is that the Barrel Removal Tool is not included with the rifle. It has been & still out of stock at every website including IWI. I even tried Amazon and Ebay.
For the price of the rifle & low cost of the barrel tool I and many others in my predicament believe it should be included with the rifle. It doesn't seem like a tool so basic yet so critical should be out of stock for this long. It's not a Gunprime issue it's IWI. Gunprime and the rifle are both great.
Everything I hoped for. Fast delivery, and felt safer spending the money
Fast shipping, no tax, good price
A nice update to the original SAR. Trigger pull is good, could be better but I don't think I'll be upgrading with any after market trigger packs.
I'm running my X95 with a Sig Sauer SRD762-QD suppressor and Vortex UH-1. Very accurate rifle out to 50 yards (haven't shot it past that) and functions well with low-powered steel in .223 to 5.56 (M855).
Having owned two Galil ACE rifles I expected a high quality product and I was not disappointed. It's short length, excellent balance and quick handling give it the same advantages as an SBR, especially in home defense scenarios, without the NFA hassle. It also has the best trigger of any bullpup design I've ever fired. If you're an AR person used to a two stage target trigger, you'll hate it. It's long, light and, at first, feels mushy by comparison. But, it breaks clean at the same point every time. Fortunately, it's very easy to get used to. (It took me about 20 rds.) So, caveat #1 is the trigger. The back-up sights are effective, well marked and easy to adjust with the provided tool. And there's a tritium dot in the front sight for low light conditions. The rail, however, is another issue, and that brings us to caveat #2. A red dot sight with a 1/3 co-witness sight mount will be almost 4" above the bore, compared to 2-3" on an AR.. When I sighted in at 25 yds the gun was shooting 5" high at 50 yds and 11" high at 100 yds. A call to the good people at iWI assured me this was normal due to the sight's height above the bore. They provided two options. First, use the Israeli method and zero at 50 meters. Then learn to aim high to correct for proper shot placement at shorter ranges. That worked, but I chose the second method which was to zero at 100yds, which reduces the hold over at ranges less than 50yds. The gun actually shoots fairly flat between 50 and 100 yds with the dot dead on so no hold-over is required. If you do the math, you discover that the longer the zero range the less the required hold over at shorter ranges. Therefore, I chose 100yds because that's the longest shot required at the local 3-gun and multi-gun matches. Moving back to 25yds, hold-over correction was only 2 1/2", which increases to about 4" at point blank range. Therefore, the rule is to zero the gun at the longest range you expect to shoot. Unfortunately, 55r FMJBT PMC Bronze 223 ammo produced, at best, a 4"-5" group at 100 yds, off the bench. And this is caveat #3. The gun is chambered for 5.56 NATO, SS109/M855 ammunition with a 62 gr bullet, which means the chamber has a longer throat and a rifling twist of 1:7 to accommodate the longer, heavier bullets. Therefore, if you want to get the promised 2-3 MOA performance at longer ranges, you need to experiment with target ammo using 62-70gr bullets. I'll definitely be using heavier bullets for the 100 yd 3-gun / mult-gun stages, because local clubs love to use static clay pigeons or 3"x5" steel targets hidden among the no-shoots to compensate for the lack of really long range facilities. Like, I said, a great gun if you're willing to adapt to it. After 100 rds fired. I'm adapting quickly.
The perfect Bullpup! I love everything about this rifle. If you are thinking about getting one, just do it!
Ordered my X95 from Gunprime as they had the best price around on an FDE X95. Several friends spoke highly of them so I gave them a shot.
My rifle arrived at my local FFL at the end of the week. They provided tracking and text updates. I highly recommend buying from Gunprime. A very satisfied customer.
This rifle is a thing of beauty, compact, soft shooting ( wife loves it ). Easy to use and definitely made me a IWI fan. Will be looking to get a tavor 7 now that I know how amazing iwi makes their rifles. Gunprime was quick and friendly. All around great experience.
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