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Old 01-09-2013, 09:54 PM   #11
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Guys its already there! IWI US has their plant built and guns rolling off the line! They're not in any stores yet, but dealers have placed orders already.

http://tar21.com/IWI-tavor-tar21-rifle-iwi-us-civilian-carbines/
Those are pretty sweet rigs , and the prices isnt terrible . I watched a few of your videos and I would have thought it would have had a little lesser recoil by design . Either way I would shoot one
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Old 01-11-2013, 05:31 PM   #12
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Thanks!

I've had people describe the Tavor as "bouncy" because it is a long stroke piston. If you watch my disassembly of the rifle, and the bolt and carrier, that whole piston and BCG moves under recoil.

Part of the reason I bought the Ares Armor brake for the short barrel is so I can customize the individual ports to accomodate for that.


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I'm only not protesting the derailing of a thread about the FS2000 because I do like the Tavor better.
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Old 01-14-2013, 03:27 PM   #14
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I own all FN weapons - FS2000, PS90, FNP .357 SIG, and FN Five-Seven. They are all outstanding guns. I especially love ther bullpup design and ergonomics.

I've had my FS2000 since September 09 and it has been flawless. FNH-USA customer service is outstanding as well.

My reccommendation is if you can find one BUY IT!

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The FS200 is a decent bullpup but ergonomically to me it feels like you're shouldering a large tuna fish. I much prefer the ergomonics of the Tavor or Steyr Aug.
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Old 02-19-2013, 03:43 AM   #16
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My friend owns one and they r very nice! Seems like its not a cqb gun cuz of how big it is
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