Video—ARTV: IWI Part 1

posted on July 9, 2018
IWI, Israel Weapon Industries, designs and develops firearms for military, homeland security and commercial agencies worldwide and is deployed by the Israel Defense Forces for military arms. With the company's main focus on military rifles, what consumers will get in an IWI firearm is one that is based on military standards and quality. Some of its most notable firearms include the Tavor bullpup and the X95 bullpup, both of which are available in the U.S. at iwi.usCheck out this segment from a recent episode of American Rifleman TV to learn more about IWI and its Tavor and X95 bullpups.











Additional Reading:
Gun of the Week: IWI TAVOR
Video: ARTV Rifleman Review—The IWI US Tavor
Video: IWI Tavor X95 and Tavor .300BLK
American Rifleman TV Exclusive: Enhancing the IWI Tavor X95 Bullpup
NRA Gun of the Week: IWI Tavor X95 Rifle

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