Author and host of the hit OUTDOOR CHANNEL show SHOOTING GALLERY spouts off...
Thems some ugly little buggers.
Momma always said, "ugly is as ugly does".
Shot the X95 last week at a SWAT Roundup in Orlando. Even shooting as a righty, but being a lefty, it was easy to do three round bursts from full auto, and a whole lot of fun.MattSt Paul
Matt;Having now put a bunch of rounds through the X95, I'd buy one TOMORROW if a civilian version was available (I'm hearing 2 years minimum on the semi 16-incher). I found it to be super controllable in burst, and the 9mm version is on par with my JP 9mm, which is as good as it gets. Since it's an IDF-issued gun, there are dedicated lefty versions available over here. I really like the forward mounted magazine release button, and I'm trying to get used to Tavor system bolt release.I think there's something to be said for guns designed by front line troops instead of a government committee. I've had a chance to work a little with the IWI instructors cadre--all IDF Special Forces veterans--and I'm seeing the Tavor in an even better light.In fact, I'm going to dink my Tavor, which already has a really nice Geiselle trigger...going to the slightly higher top rail to bring it to AR standard height for optics...maybe change out the flash hider for a comp...Jerry M is very big on his own comp design on his Tavor. Then run it in a class.Am also interested in taking their "sniper" 18-inch version to some place like FTW and see what happens when you push the distance out on the little gun ( let's assume 500 and in for the 5.56...now a 7.62...hmmmmmm).BTW, the QC set-up at IWI is impressive, because they're building war guns for sons, daughters, brothers, sisters, etc. It might sound cliched, but it's definitely more than a "just a job" for the people working there.mb
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