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    Grandmaster Kirk Freeman's Avatar

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    SHOT 2018: IWI Tavor 7, .308

    IWI Tavor 7 in .308, 1 in 12, 16.5" barrel. Featuring easier right/left conversion, no different bolt required now.

    [SHOT 2018] The IWI TAVOR 7: Israeli .308 Bullpup - The Firearm BlogThe Firearm Blog
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    So it's an RFB?
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    Plinker 1stLast&Always's Avatar

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    Interesting that more than one manufacturer sees the value of a shorter .308. Anyone guess what the MSRP will be? I haven't seen it on the IWI specs. I wonder if it uses similar system to the RFB. It is gas piston so probably not cheap. Will be looking at this vs. RFB and seriously considering selling the Blackout if it's viable. Perhaps the quality and accuracy will be better than RFB?

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    Plinker

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    I've not saw much on this since the Shot Show.

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    I occasionally hop on the inter-webs and search around as well. I have not seen or heard a thing.
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    Grandmaster LEaSH's Avatar

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    Quote Originally Posted by Yamadog35 View Post
    Good find, Yama.

    Disappointed but really want it to happen. I'll buy one if it doesn't go crazy pricing.

    $2000-2500 I'll try it. More than that I won't feel bad about it anymore.

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    Living in the E-File Poorhouse Yamadog35's Avatar

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    If I were going to buy another bullpup (I have a Tavor) and wanted .308, I think this is the one I would get. I've been following the guy who makes these for a while and from everything I hear these are very solid rifles -both their 556 and 308.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Yamadog35 View Post
    If I were going to buy another bullpup (I have a Tavor) and wanted .308, I think this is the one I would get. I've been following the guy who makes these for a while and from everything I hear these are very solid rifles -both their 556 and 308.
    They tried that one in the 90's

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    That rifle is simply amazing. The engineering that went into the design is, to me, mind boggling. The changeability of so many operational pieces make the weapon very customizable. However, in battle, if a soldier is hit and down in a firefight and his customized weapon must be picked up and used by a comrade there could be operational issues such as left v. right configuration, ejection port on one side or the other, etc. Notwithstanding these items it appears to be a great rifle.
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