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SHOT Show 2018: IWI Tavor 7 Rifle

The latest in the IWI Tavor line is the Tavor 7, which blends aspects of the X95 and the original Tavor.

IWI Tavor SAR Bullpup Rifle

Bullpup rifles deliver high-quality accuracy in a more compact package—and at 2013's Media Day at the Range IWI showed off a bullpup that's easily one of the most high-profile firearms at SHOT Show in its Tavor.

At the Range: Steyr AUG

The Steyr Armee Universale Gewehr or AUG was a gun ahead of its time. Here's some background on this innovative bullpup, as well as video of its operation.

Springfield Armory Hellion: A First Look

Based on the Croatian VHS-2, the Springfield Armory Hellion is a semi-automatic bullpup rifle that marks the company's first major new-gun release for 2022.

Video: Lithgow Arms Bullpup Rifle

American Rifleman's Brian Sheetz got a first look at the Lithgow Arms bullpup, a highly modified spinoff of the Austrian Steyr AUG that serves the military Down Under.

Video—ARTV: IWI Part 1

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.

IWI Tavor

Originally developed in close cooperation with the Israel Defense Force (IDF), the IWI TAVOR was created to excel in close-quarters engagements—and now a civilian version is available. The bullpup design moves the rifle's center of gravity closer to its handler's body, allowing for instinctive aiming and improved acquisition time to target. Better yet, its full-length barrel means no loss of down range accuracy.

Elite Survival Systems Bullpup Rifle Case

The Elite Survival Systems Covert Operations Discreet Case is designed to carry shorter rifles and shotguns, such as the IWI Tavor, Steyr AUG/A3 and other bullpup-type firearms.

Mepro M21 Reflex Sight

The Mepro M21 non-magnifying reflex sight from Meprolight is powered by a fiber-optic collector and a tritium gas tube that illuminate its reticle. See the full review here.

Steyr AUG/A3 M1

The A3 M1 is available in two stock varieties—the traditional version, which uses Steyr’s proprietary “waffle-style” polymer magazines, and the NATO version, which accepts the widely available STANAG magazines.

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