One of the most recognized bullpup rifles on the market today is the IWI Tavor, which has seen a few line extensions announced since its 2013 launch. The latest is the Tavor 7, which blends aspects of the X95 and the original Tavor. The Tavor 7 is the company's first bullpup available in 7.62 NATO/.308 Win., and features a short-stroke gas piston, a four-position gas regulator, a reversible charging handle and an M-LOK fore-end. The rifle also includes a fully ambidextrous safety lever, magazine release and bolt catch. American Rifleman’s Brian Sheetz is a Tavor aficionado and couldn't resist the chance to fire it at Industry Day at the Range 2018.See the video here, and for more, visit iwi.net and iwi.us.