Israel Weapon Industries Tavor7 Bullpup 20" - 7.62x51 - Black
The Israeli Weapon Industries Tavor7 takes all the features of the 5.56 model and scales them up for 7.62 NATO. Just like the X95, the Tavor 7 is fully ambidextrous while the charging handle and ejection can easily be swapped to either side. It features a 16.5” barrel with a short stroke gas piston system that has 4 settings of adjustment giving you the flexibility you need. The barrel is cold hammer forged from 4150 CMV steel that is chrome lined for increased wear resistance. The 7.62 Tavor7 runs on SR25 pattern magazines for maximum compatibility and easy to find magazines. At only 9 pounds and a compact 26.7” overall length, this 7.62x51 battle rifle is easy to carry and use while providing the firepower that military and firearms enthusiasts have been asking for.
Note: The Tavor7 is assembled in the US from imported and US parts making in 922r compliant. You should only use US made magazines in this rifle to remain compliant.
- Chambered in 7.62x51 NATO
- Short stroke gas piston operation
- 4 gas settings
- Fully ambidextrous
- Uses SR25 pattern magazines
- Chrome hammer forged chrome lined barrel
- M-LOK and picatinny rails
- QD sling swivel mounts
- Overall length: 27.75”
- Weight: 9 lbs.
In 2005, the Israeli government decided to spin off and privatize the small arms division of IMI and Israel Weapon Industries (IWI) Ltd. was born. The joint research and development team of IWI and the IDF continue to develop small arms based upon the dynamic changes in real-world applications due to the ongoing threat of global terrorism. Their weapon systems are produced and assembled in compliance with the most stringent military (MIL-STD) and ISO 9001.2008 standards.
California Prop 65 warning
WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals, which are known to the State of California to cause Cancer and Reproductive Harm. For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.
Ratings & Reviews
More accurate than I expected
I bought one of these in FDE almost two years ago. I had never owned a bullpup before. I read a lot of internet posts about how awful bullpup triggers were.. I was surprised by how nice my Tavor 7's trigger was. I would describe it as a very light double action revolver trigger. It was very easy to get use to and shoot well. The other thing I kept reading about was below average accuracy. I mounted a 1X8 scope on mine and after sighting it in I was getting 1-1/4" to 1-3/4" 5 round groups with my hunting load, Hornady 165 grain BTSP at 100yds. Ball ammo was 2" to 2-1/2". So far I haven't found any load that grouped larger than 2-1/2". I have been carrying it almost daily since I purchased it. It's my farm gun and gets carried in our trucks and in our tractors. I have used it to take deer and yotes. It has functioned flawlessly with P mags and DH 5 round steel hunting mags and 20 round steel mags.