A drop-in replacement for both IWI’s original Tavor and new X95 rifles, ShootingSight’s two-stage TAV-D trigger offers a crisp, clean break that the factory trigger lacks. Available with either an aluminum or polymer housing, the TAV-D offers a 3-lb. first stage with a 5-lb. break. A law enforcement variant of the polymer trigger is also offered with a 4.5-lb. first stage and a 6.5-lb. total pull weight. Price: $340 (aluminum), $315 (polymer). Contact: ShootingSight LLC; (513) 702-4879; shootingsight.com.
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