SHOT Show 2018: IWI Tavor X95 SBR

posted on January 27, 2018

In addition to the Tavor 7 chambered in .308 Win. and the company’s first-ever shotgun, the Tavor TS12, IWI US announced the launch of its Tavor X95 SBR at SHOT Show 2018, giving consumers an even shorter iteration of the popular Tavor X95.

This new model features a shortened handguard and barrel, and the extended butt pad found on the standard X95 carbine, required to meet the minimum legal overall length of 26 inches for a carbine, is gone, replaced with a standard-length pad.

For more information on the new IWI Tavor X95 SBR, check out the video above.


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