American Rifleman TV Exclusive: Enhancing the IWI Tavor X95 Bullpup

posted on March 29, 2017

It's no secret that American Rifleman’s Brian Sheetz is bully for bullpups, so much so that we obliged him with an entire TV show on the subject. Brian chatted with the creator of the Bullpup Shoot, who is president of Manticore Arms, to learn about some of his company's enhancement parts for the IWI Tavor X95 and other bullpups. And while this segment didn’t make the final episode, you can learn more about one of Brian’s new favorite firearms in this exclusive video extra. If you missed the original airing of the episode dedicated to bullpups, you can catch it again tonight on Outdoor Channel



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