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In the United States introduced a new assault rifle TAVOR 7

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Israeli TAVOR rifles will soon be available in the 7,62 NATO caliber (.308 Win). The American division of the Israeli company IWI announced TAVOR 7 - a new assault rifle, reports "Warspot" with reference to thefirearmblog.com portal


TAVOR 7 is a new model in the line of assault rifles and submachine guns TAVOR, as well as the first of the "Tavor", made in caliber 7,62 × 51 mm. All previous models were available in 5,56 x 45 mm calibrations (5,45 x 39 mm), as well as 9 mm Luger and .300 AAC Blackout (7,62 × 35 mm).



The mass of the new machine will be 3,9 kg, and its automation is built on the short stroke of the gas piston (it has four positions to adjust for different types of ammunition). The TAVOR 7 will be available with 16 and 18 inch barrels in three colors. In this case, the thread of the modification with a short barrel will be 1: 12, with a long one - 1: 10.



TAVOR 7 will be completely ambidextral (controls are duplicated and equally suitable for left-handers and right-handers). The rifle will come in retail with a magazine for 20 cartridges (with the possibility of limiting it to 10 depending on local laws). The first country where TAVOR 7 will be available for sale will be the United States - the implementation of the new model in the US market is scheduled to begin in January 2018, while the price for it has not yet been made public.
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  2. dvina71
    dvina71 4 July 2017 11: 43 New
    +3
    7.62x51 ... for automatic shooting? Israelis think that in the USA there are only rambs ..?
    1. cariperpaint
      cariperpaint 4 July 2017 11: 50 New
      +7
      In my opinion, automation is prohibited in the states.
      1. Vladimirets
        Vladimirets 4 July 2017 11: 54 New
        +4
        Quote: cariperpaint
        automation is prohibited in the states.

        Since 1986, apparently, in Tavor for the civilian market only reloading will be automatic, without the possibility of automatic firing (semi-automatic).
      2. dvina71
        dvina71 4 July 2017 11: 57 New
        +6
        Quote: cariperpaint
        In my opinion, automation is prohibited in the states.

        Automation is prohibited for civilian traffic in Russia. Saiga, as a girl AK, has no auto mode.
        In the United States there are no such restrictions. Although .. by state, the situation may differ .. There are still not all states that have legalized marriages with fagots.
        1. Vladimirets
          Vladimirets 4 July 2017 12: 02 New
          +7
          Quote: dvina71
          There are no such restrictions in the USA.

          "Since 1986, the United States has banned the sale of fully automatic weapons (however, machine guns, machine guns, etc., manufactured before 1986, may remain in the possession of people and be sold by them privately)."
      3. Starover_Z
        Starover_Z 4 July 2017 12: 25 New
        +1
        In retail, the rifle will go with a magazine for 20 rounds (with the possibility of limiting it to 10 depending on local laws). The first country where the TAVOR 7 will be available for sale will be the United States

        Let them sell in the States - there people love to shoot.
        Not the worst option to start trading with Washington!
        And then, with market saturation, move trade further around the country!
      4. Revolver
        Revolver 4 July 2017 20: 44 New
        +2
        Quote: cariperpaint
        In my opinion, automation is prohibited in the states.

        In most states, if not all. Therefore, machines registered until I do not remember which year are on the secondary market are extremely expensive. And the meaning of the restriction? A law-abiding citizen will not go with a machine gun to rob a bank, and for someone who has laid down the law, remaking a self-loading AK-47 machine will not be difficult. To the one who was going to rob a bank or shoot colleagues, the legitimacy of redoing violet.
    2. bouncyhunter
      bouncyhunter 4 July 2017 11: 51 New
      +1
      But is not Israel going to launch this rifle on the civilian market in a self-loading form?
      1. Bakash
        Bakash 4 July 2017 14: 10 New
        +1
        Pavel, and for what purpose are you interested in? Are you going to purchase?
        1. bouncyhunter
          bouncyhunter 4 July 2017 14: 16 New
          0
          No, it's just interesting. I heard, read and saw a lot of flattering things about Tavor, so I thought: what if suddenly he appears in a shooting club, then I can evaluate it myself. wink
          1. Bakash
            Bakash 4 July 2017 15: 09 New
            +1
            I will tell you this: our conscripts are delighted with him, I personally used this device at the shooting range a couple of times - I was unusual, all my life with the M-16
    3. And Us Rat
      And Us Rat 4 July 2017 11: 55 New
      +3
      Quote: dvina71
      7.62x51..for automatic shooting?

      This is a rifle for the civilian market, and only semi-automatic weapons are allowed there. request
      1. dvina71
        dvina71 4 July 2017 12: 05 New
        +2
        Quote: And Us Rat
        This is a rifle for the civilian market, and only semi-automatic weapons are allowed there.

        Yeah ... bring in from the USA ..



        look from 22.40
        1. would
          would 4 July 2017 12: 30 New
          +1
          And now you can google it and find out that since 1986 it has been forbidden to sell fully automatic weapons to civilians. And this is federal law in all states. An exception is made only for weapons issued before the adoption of the law, it can be if the state has the appropriate license. So at 22:40 2 options

          1. Either this rifle was released before 1986.
          2. Either this is some kind of circumvention of the mentioned law of which there is, but it depends on the state.
          1. dvina71
            dvina71 4 July 2017 12: 42 New
            +1
            Quote: rait
            Now you can google it and find out that since 1986 it’s forbidden to sell fully automatic weapons to civilians

            A little more news from the fields ..
            The deal is you can own fully automatic weapons that are registered prior to 1986 That's because the registry was closed in 1986 and in order to be legal for private ownership it has to be ATF registered. Contrary to popular belief, you are not required to have any sort of "Class 3 License" as a lot of people will tell you. All you have to do is find a dealer that deals in fully automatic weapons, find the weapon you want to buy, pay a $ 200 tax stamp, submit to the background checks and fingerprints and so on, then wait 6-8 months for ATF to approve the transfer tand then you can take ownership of the weapon. Be prepared to spend big bucks though, full-auto M16's can run you upwards of $ 20,000 due to the demand. A full auto AK would be extremely hard to find since we stopped importing such weapons in 1968, and the US has never issued AK's. I'd imagine they'd be even more expensive if you were even able to find one. Also, modifiying a semi automatic to be fully automatic is completely illegal, no expceptions, it is a felony.

            Need a translation ..?
            1. would
              would 4 July 2017 12: 45 New
              0
              No, I don’t need it, everything is as I wrote.

              The deal is you can own fully automatic weapons that are registered prior to 1986


              Accordingly, the above people also wrote correctly. A rifle from a post cannot be sold legally to a civilian in the United States.

              Well, due to the fact that no licenses are supposedly required, this is not true for a number of states. At 43, a license is not required, but the states are 50. Still in my memory in Texas, a separate license was required directly, but I can’t assert, the information is old.
              1. dvina71
                dvina71 4 July 2017 13: 01 New
                +1
                Quote: rait
                No, I don’t need it, everything is as I wrote.

                Well, you didn’t write .. yet this
                All you have to do is find a dealer that deals in fully automatic weapons, find the weapon you want to buy, pay a $ 200 tax stamp, submit to the background checks and fingerprints and so on, then wait 6-8 months for ATF to approve the transfer tand then you can take ownership of the weapon
                1. would
                  would 4 July 2017 13: 04 New
                  0
                  Why do I need after I wrote that you can describe a short standard purchase procedure?
                  1. dvina71
                    dvina71 4 July 2017 13: 09 New
                    +1
                    Quote: rait
                    Why do I need after I wrote that you can describe a short standard purchase procedure?

                    Then what is the procedure for buying full automatic weapons.
    4. Maz
      Maz 4 July 2017 12: 42 New
      +1
      The weapon is characterized by high maneuverability and convenience when shooting offhand, but it has the disadvantage of the M16 in the form of a high cost - $ 1000, while American machines under the program of financial assistance to Israel are sold almost 10 times cheaper. That is, it is a self-defense machine, expensive and heavy
      1. Genry
        Genry 4 July 2017 14: 13 New
        +3
        Quote: Maz
        That is, it is a self-defense machine, expensive and heavy

        You missed! This is a gorgeous reliable assault machine. It is convenient both indoors (short) and in the open area (exact). Dismantling for service in only two parts (removable slide group on the side of the butt).
        And a small difference in cost against the background of full equipment is simply petty. And the weight is like that of Kalashnikov with a commensurate barrel.
    5. jonhr
      jonhr 4 July 2017 13: 08 New
      0
      US civilian weapons are neutered. there the possibility of shooting only single
      1. wazza
        wazza 4 July 2017 23: 19 New
        0
        already canceled and it was only when selling weapons through the store.
    6. seos
      seos 5 July 2017 10: 51 New
      0
      7.62x51 ... for automatic shooting? Israelis think that in the USA there are only rambs ..?

      on YouTube there’s a bunch of videos with this cartridge firing from light assault rifles .... the video shows that the descent is very easy and there is no recoil at all .... (for example, "destructive ranch" videos shooting at a wooden beam)
      Now a lot of assault rifles are being developed for NATO rifle caliber - an example a couple of months ago the Turks adopted such a rifle
  3. Trevis
    Trevis 4 July 2017 11: 43 New
    +1
    And what not to shoot without a collimator? The mechanics were completely removed.
    1. dvina71
      dvina71 4 July 2017 11: 50 New
      +3
      Well on the PP, you can add any sight, including the "stump". There would be a desire.
    2. And Us Rat
      And Us Rat 4 July 2017 11: 54 New
      +7
      Quote: Trevis
      And what not to shoot without a collimator? The mechanics were completely removed.

      "Mechanics" are now made to be removable. Mounted on Picatinny Rail.
      1. Trevis
        Trevis 4 July 2017 11: 56 New
        +3
        "Mechanics" are now made to be removable. Mounted on Picatinny Rail.


        Well on the PP, you can add any sight, including the "stump". There would be a desire.


        Clearly, I don’t keep up with the times. smile
      2. aszzz888
        aszzz888 4 July 2017 12: 10 New
        +1
        And Us Rat
        "Mechanics" are now made to be removable. Mounted on Picatinny Rail.

        ... or a bad photo angle, or is it still a diopter?
        1. And Us Rat
          And Us Rat 4 July 2017 12: 17 New
          +5
          Quote: aszzz888
          or is it still a diopter

          And what is “mechanics” in your opinion? belay A strip of chalk along the trunk?
          Diopter falls into the "mechanics" section, as it does not have optical lenses and electronic elements. (With these, this is already a collimator).
      3. Maz
        Maz 4 July 2017 12: 25 New
        +2
        Yes, at least there is a support for this bandura, the center of gravity of the weapon is located closer to the shoulder, with a full magazine down it will pull even harder, while the handle is forward, plus recoil, after each shot the sight on the sight of the line of fire will be strayed more, why aiming at it and holding it will be hard, hands will get tired faster. Yes, it will go to the collection - to buy for fun. By the way, they did not name the price. This is an ordinary Israeli advertising move. To interest - this is what unusual crap, even in the Armed Forces of Ukraine is .... Americans are not stupid - they will quickly figure it out - what they are stewed with. and competitors are unlikely to look at it. NSA thing, as an organization, is a great patriotic organization.
        1. And Us Rat
          And Us Rat 4 July 2017 12: 39 New
          +9
          Quote: Maz
          ... the center of gravity of the weapon is located closer to the shoulder, with a full magazine down it will pull even harder, while the handle is extended forward, plus recoil, after each shot the sight on the target of the line of fire will be strayed harder, why aim and hold it it will be hard, hands will get tired faster ...

          You shoot him first (from any model), then give out "authoritative opinions." Do not tell knowledgeable people. wink
    3. Revolver
      Revolver 4 July 2017 20: 54 New
      0
      Quote: Trevis
      And what not to shoot without a collimator?

      Here I once saw in a dash a brow who put a collimator on a revolver. Judging by the accuracy of the holes on its target, it turns out pretty well.
  4. yehat
    yehat 4 July 2017 11: 55 New
    0
    Interestingly, the top has been redesigned towards minimalism.
    not expected. It is interesting to know why.
    1. And Us Rat
      And Us Rat 4 July 2017 11: 57 New
      +2
      Quote: yehat
      It is interesting to know why.

      More versatile and cheaper to manufacture. request
      1. Dead duck
        Dead duck 4 July 2017 12: 10 New
        +5
        Quote: And Us Rat
        More versatile and cheaper to manufacture.

        This versatility is not always convenient, and low cost is important for the manufacturer’s pocket. request
        1. And Us Rat
          And Us Rat 4 July 2017 12: 19 New
          +1
          Quote: Deadush
          and cheapness is important for the manufacturer’s pocket.

          So this commercial product! Is it logical? request
          1. Dead duck
            Dead duck 4 July 2017 12: 37 New
            +5
            Quote: And Us Rat
            So this is a commercial product

            Especially! ... for their own money to buy ...
            I would not like it when they try to save on me laughing
            1. And Us Rat
              And Us Rat 4 July 2017 13: 20 New
              +1
              Quote: Deadush
              Especially! ... for their own money to buy ...

              The matter is voluntary. yes
              Quote: Deadush
              I would not like it when they try to save on me

              Good morning!!! wassat ALL manufacturers (something) save on us in one way or another! fellow laughing
              1. Dead duck
                Dead duck 4 July 2017 15: 06 New
                +5
                Good good fellow
                Only almost a day already, and you seem to be almost by MSC or + hour.
                Live well, however ... if in the afternoon - morning good laughing
                1. And Us Rat
                  And Us Rat 4 July 2017 15: 19 New
                  0
                  Quote: Deadush
                  and you’re almost like MSC or + hour.

                  I don’t remember, now 15: 20 on the watch.
      2. yehat
        yehat 4 July 2017 12: 16 New
        0
        Yes there is a small price difference, as I understand it.
  5. Old warrior
    Old warrior 4 July 2017 12: 24 New
    0
    Famas poured.
    1. And Us Rat
      And Us Rat 4 July 2017 13: 25 New
      +1
      Quote: Old Warrior
      Famas poured.

      More likely then Styer AUG. laughing


  6. Zaurbek
    Zaurbek 4 July 2017 14: 59 New
    0
    .300 AAC Blackout (7,62 × 35 mm) what is this caliber?
    1. And Us Rat
      And Us Rat 4 July 2017 15: 22 New
      +1
      Quote: Zaurbek
      .300 AAC Blackout (7,62 × 35 mm) what is this caliber?

      1. Zaurbek
        Zaurbek 4 July 2017 16: 40 New
        +1
        Hunting? Sports? Military?
        1. And Us Rat
          And Us Rat 4 July 2017 19: 14 New
          +1
          Quote: Zaurbek
          Hunting? Sports? Military?

          Civil. Hunter apparently, about the certification from sports organizations in applied shooting, I do not know, maybe there is. The military does not use it, as far as I know.
  7. Cord127
    Cord127 4 July 2017 15: 03 New
    +3
    Tavor in 7.62x51 is a self-loading carbine. When shooting, the barrel practically does not lead away. Well, the accuracy is 5.56x45 with a 330mm barrel and sighting at 50m at a distance of 350m giving a bullet no more than 27cm.
  8. Operator
    Operator 4 July 2017 17: 10 New
    +1
    7,62x51 mm self-loading "rifle" with a barrel length of 45 cm - only Israelis are capable of this perversion bully
    1. Cord127
      Cord127 4 July 2017 19: 48 New
      +2
      Beretta ARX-200 barrel 408 mm
      Heckler-Koch HK417 barrel 305, 406 or 508 mm
      SIG 716 Patrol barrel 406 mm
      Mk.17 SCAR-H (Heavy) barrel 330mm (CQC), 406 mm (Std), 508 mm (LB)
      and not 45 cm, but 460 mm. Teach a materiel.
      1. Operator
        Operator 4 July 2017 20: 12 New
        +1
        Fool, in caliber 7,62x51 rifles start with a barrel of 610 mm or 80 calibers.
        I don’t propose to teach materiel, because the Israelites have only one unit of measure - the shekel laughing
  9. Music
    Music 4 July 2017 19: 14 New
    0
    Bulpap? And where is our Kalash similar?
  10. Leonid Har
    Leonid Har 5 July 2017 03: 42 New
    0
    Some stump. Is it AKMS?
  11. LPD17
    LPD17 5 July 2017 18: 33 New
    0
    And what do the IDF girls think about this rifle?))) How is it to them?)))
  12. Cord127
    Cord127 19 July 2017 22: 25 New
    0
    Quote: LPD17
    And what do the IDF girls think about this rifle?))) How is it to them?)))

    Why girls? Does the weight not change?