From the manufacturer:
Tavor® X95™ Flattop XFD16
The new 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.
Caliber 5.56 NATO
Action Semi-auto, Gas Piston
Operating System Closed rotating bolt, long gas stroke on piston head
Magazine Type Polymer NATO STANAG type. (Note that the Tavor X95 rifle is assembled in the US from imported and US parts under 18 U.S.C § 922(r). You should only use magazines made in the USA in your Tavor X95. Use of an imported magazine may put you in violation of 18 U.S.C § 922(r).)
Magazine Capacity 30 rounds
Barrel Material Cold hammer forged, CrMoV, chrome lined
Barrel Length 16 ½"
Overall Length 26 ?"
Weight 7.9 lbs.
Rifling Right hand, 6 grooves, 1:7 inch twist
Stock Color Flat Dark Earth
Stock Type Reinforced polymer bullpup configuration
Sights Folding front sight (blade) with Tritium insert and rear sight (aperture)
Restricted States Sales of this rifle may be restricted in certain states and the District of Columbia. Please check with your local authorities regarding your local firearms laws.
Optional Equipment 9mm and .300 Blackout Conversion Kits
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