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    Re: Civilian Bullpup Rifle Question

    I have fired a Tavor. They are nice weapons. The ergonomics are good and they are accurate. Theyare a blast to shoot full auto... the version i got to play with was not a ccivillian model.

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    Re: Civilian Bullpup Rifle Question

    Quote Originally Posted by sthcave
    I have fired a Tavor. They are nice weapons. The ergonomics are good and they are accurate. Theyare a blast to shoot full auto... the version i got to play with was not a ccivillian model.
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    Re: Civilian Bullpup Rifle Question

    They have a semi/burst/full auto selector. It's too bad our M4's don't. Military ranges would be a lot more fun!

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    Re: Civilian Bullpup Rifle Question

    Quote Originally Posted by sthcave
    They have a semi/burst/full auto selector. It's too bad our M4's don't. Military ranges would be a lot more fun!
    any insight as to how it compares to other bullpups?

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    Re: Civilian Bullpup Rifle Question

    I have also fired the MSAR AUG copy. They are both fine weapons. The Tavor is made in Isreal. You know the Isrealis take their combat arms seriously. I would imagine that the Tavor would be top notch as far as durability, accuracy, etc. I fired about 300 rounds from the prone, kneeling, and standing. I also ran through some basic CQB drills such as ready ups, turn and shoot, controled pairs, safety drills, mag changes etc. The weapon performed every bit as well as an M4. Mag changes were slower, but I believe that that is a flaw inherent in all bull-pups. I did not torture test the weapon, but I would imagine it holds up extremely well in adverse conditions.

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    Re: Civilian Bullpup Rifle Question

    The MSAR E4 varient - awesome rifle. The original is OK, but the E4 is the one to have. Uses standard AR/M-16 mags too. I have fired one, and I still think I need one. Why I haven't bought one yet I do not know. If I buy another rifle though, it will be an MSAR E4.

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    Re: Civilian Bullpup Rifle Question

    Quote Originally Posted by xman1
    The MSAR E4 varient - awesome rifle. The original is OK, but the E4 is the one to have. Uses standard AR/M-16 mags too. I have fired one, and I still think I need one. Why I haven't bought one yet I do not know. If I buy another rifle though, it will be an MSAR E4.

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    I'd want to try one before i buy it. I had a "Gen 3" MSAR and although it was a decent shooter it had its quirks. Does anyone have a e4?

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    Re: Civilian Bullpup Rifle Question

    Quote Originally Posted by xman1
    Why I haven't bought one yet I do not know.
    Is it because MSAR went out of business?

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    Re: Civilian Bullpup Rifle Question

    Oh crud! I didn't even know they went belly up! blkbirdz :cry:

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    Re: Civilian Bullpup Rifle Question

    I like this stock kit for the SKS but not thrilled about the over 1 year wait for it...ridiculous.

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