This ARCLight XTL rail is more than just a little surprised by an undersized screw. Look at that “face”. The poor thing looks downright horrified!
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The Super Sabra Lightning Bow Trigger is now available from Geissele Automatics. This 17-4PH stainless steel trigger bow is a direct replacement for the Tavor’s polymer trigger bow and features Geissele’s distinctive “Lightening” trigger bow shape. It can be adjusted via a set screw to remove the slack typically found in a bullpup trigger linkage system. It can also be used with the Super Sabra Trigger Pack to further refine the trigger.
The new Tavor Curved Buttpad from Manticore Arms reduces the Tavor’s length of pull by about 1″ which is just what the doctor ordered for smaller stature shooters. The curved shape allows the shooter to roll the gun up from low ready more effectively and will likely fit most shooters better.
The buttpad is manufactured from 6061 T6 aluminum where it interfaces with the Tavor and a chemically resistant polymer with just a bit of “give” to it where it interfaces with you. Most importantly, the curved shape moves the bulk of the buttpad out of the way allowing the shorter length of pull but maintaining the 26″+ length required to avoid running afoul the BATFE.
Check out the Tavor Curved Buttpad at Manticore Arms.
Midwest Industries (MI) just released a sneak peak at their upcoming M-LOK Hand Guard for the IWI Tavor. The images show a pre-production version of the hand guard so there may be some changes to the production model. It is basically very similar to their other Tavor hand guards with the exception of the M-LOK spec slots.
MI doesn’t usually keep you waiting for long after they release images of the pre-production product so these will likely be available soon.
Geissele Automatic’s trigger for the IWI Tavor, the Super Sabra Trigger, has now entered into production! That means all you Tavor shooters will be able to drop some Geissele goodness into your bullpup very, very soon.