The X95 is the Special Forces firearm for the 21st century. Like all IWI firearms, it was developed in close cooperation with elite units of the Israel Defense Force, tailored to their specific requirements and needs. Taking cues from the Tavor TAR-21 issued to the IDF, the X95 continues the evolution of the modern bullpup CQB rifle. Slim and compact with a 16.5” barrel and an OAL of 26.8”, it is offered in 5.56 NATO, easily converted to 9mm Luger Parabellum and soon to .300 AAC. The X95 features STANAG magazine compatibility, forefinger ambidextrous magazine release, interchangeable pistol grip assemblies and a tri-rail forearm with removable rail covers for easily customizable accessory placement (flashlight, laser, vertical fore grip, bipod, etc.). Like its predecessor the TAR-21 (Tavor), the X95 is 100% ambidextrous to right or left hand operation with the optional opposite hand bolt. The X95 is compatible with the Geissele Super Sabra trigger (current generation) and is also capable of being converted to a lefthand bolt configuration by Copper Custom.
Caliber: 300 Blackout
Action: Semi-auto, Gas Piston
Operating System: Closed rotating bolt, long gas stroke on piston head
Magazine Capacity: 30 rounds
Magazine Type: Polymer NATO STANAG type.
Barrel Material: Cold hammer forged, CrMoV, chrome lined
Barrel Length: 16 ½"
Overall Length: 26 ⅛"
Weight: 7.9 lbs.
Rifling: Right hand, 6 grooves, 1:7 inch twist
Stock Type: Reinforced polymer bullpup configuration
Sights: Folding front sight (blade) with Tritium insert and rear sight (aperture)
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).
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