The following excerpt is from an article that originally appeared on The Firearm Blog Rifles
The 2017 Association of the US Army annual meeting was the public debut of Israel’s new full caliber bullpup rifle, the Tavor 7. Announced in late June via IWI’s Facebook page, the Tavor 7 is a 7.62mm / .308 Winchester caliber semiautomatic bullpup rifle patterned after the Tavor family of 5.56mm (etc.) caliber bullpups.
The Tavor 7 hybridizes features of both the TAR-21 and the Micro Tavor/X95, as well as incorporating some brand new features like a toolless ejection port switching procedure and front MLOK slots on the Tavor-like handguard.
Unlike the original Tavor, the Tavor 7’s ejection swapping procedure is very quick and simple, as partially demonstrated in the video above. To complete the procedure, it is also necessary to remove the bolt and rotate about its axis, then replace it. The charging handle can also be swapped right to left via an even simpler…post was originally published on this site