What happens if you put the TAVOR X95 through water, mud and sand tests?? Check this video and see how IWI TACTICAL TEAM torture the IWI TAVOR X95.
The Tavor X95, also dubbed Micro-Tavor, is an Israeli bullpup assault rifle, produced by Israel Weapon Industries (IWI). It is the next rifle in the Tavor family, coming after the TAR-21 and its variants. There are 3 different handguards currently available for the X95: one that is rounded and is currently only available for military issue; it is rounded so that one can mount a suppressor and have it sit inside of the handguard. The second is a rectangular one with integrated rails at the 3, 6, and 9 o’ clock positions, and has removable rail covers. The third one is an elongated version of the second, made for IWI US X95s. The rounded handguard originally has separate picatinny rails on the receiver and handguard, but IWI has produced a full length flattop rail for it; the other two handguards have integrated flattop rails.
Every Tavor X95 comes with the option of the standard Tavor Talon trigger guard or a traditional trigger guard.
Israel Weapon Industries (IWI), part of the SK Group, is a world leader in innovative small arm systems for over 80 years. Designs and develops weapons of choice for military, homeland security and commercial agencies worldwide.
Weapons range from the TAVORÂ® Assault Rifles, three caliber X95Â® (Assault Rifle & SMG), NEGEVÂ® Light Machine Guns, GALIL ACEÂ® Assault Rifles and GALILÂ® SNIPER S.A. Rifle, DAN.338 Bolt Action Sniper Rifle, the legendary UZÂ®I SMG in its latest evolution UZIÂ® PRO, and JERICHOÂ® pistols.
IWI weapons and accessories are deployed by the Israel Defense Forces (IDF) as well as other Military, Police and Governmental entities around the world seeking technological innovation, manufacturing excellence and outstanding performance.