More Tavor Porn and a Peek at the Pricing Sheet

Just in case you haven’t had enough of the Tavor, I’ve figured out the reason that everyone loves this gun. It isn’t the short overall length, or the ergonomics, or the hot Israeli chicks that are seen draped all around it. No, the real reason for the love is that with the push of one single pin the thing falls apart and opens up for cleaning. Its a simple design that makes the AR-15 look like doing rocket surgery in comparison. Oh, and if you’re wondering about the price, make the jump for a look at the official dealer pricing sheet.

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  1. avatar BurnOut says:

    You don’t have a higher res image of that price sheet, do ya? 😉

      1. avatar Daniel Silverman says:

        See Nick I have been professing the love of that gun, and now you know why!!! When the hot Israeli Chicks are included it is like extra WIN! 😉

      2. avatar BurnOut says:

        Man, you’re the bee’s knees. Thanks! 🙂

    1. avatar 16V says:

      Pretty darn good, considering when it was “coming to the US soon!” back in 2002, dealer price was to be about $1500 if memory serves. Didn’t go up much from that at all.

  2. avatar William says:

    So… somebody help me out. Does this mean the Zionistas get to sell “assault weapons” here, to the exclusion of all other companies? Are they really THAT brazen?

    1. avatar Thomas Paine says:

      no, there are making them here. stupid 922r laws.

      1. avatar Not Your Mother says:

        To add: they are making them here due to treaty requirements to open certain mfg stateside as a result of aid given to Israel.

        1. avatar BlinkyPete says:

          Care to provide a link for that fishy sounding assertion?

  3. avatar William says:

    OMG! I was thinking $2K, but these are VERY competitively priced, ESPECIALLY compared to the suddenly antediluvian AR-15 platform.

    WOULDN’T YOU REALLY RATHER HAVE A TAVOR? HELL YES, I would!!!

    1. avatar Daniel Silverman says:

      Yup and yes we would sell exclusively!!!
      My God man these rifles are better than… Better than… oh gee.. Nothing comes close!!!

      1. avatar Ivan w/ an AR says:

        I prefer my Sasha. She doesn’t HAVE any fiddly pins or dohickys and piledrives a nice big hunk-o-metal. Remember: In Solviet Russia, you do not klean the rifle, the rifle kleans you!

        1. avatar Thomas Paine says:

          see 5.45 conversion kit.

    2. avatar ChainsawWieldingManiac says:

      Well, the MSRP is $2k, and I wouldn’t count on seeing it for much less in the current rush. You _might_ be able to convince a dealer to cut you some slack on the IDF model, I guess.

      I’m just hoping I can get my fat little paws on one before MD decides to do an AWB. 😛

    3. avatar Not Your Mother says:

      That’s assuming the market prices won’t be affected the same way. Dealers could price these above MSRP.

  4. avatar Big E says:

    I can’t get enough Tavor…..or hot Israeli chicks….or hot chicks with Tavors. Please post pics liberally.

    BTW: FBHO, Biden, Cuomo, Feinstein, Bloomberg and all the rest of those tyrant wannabe bastards.

  5. avatar CZJay says:

    ARX-100 or Tavor?

    1. avatar TangledThorns says:

      You mean Beretta’s ARX-160? It doesn’t look like Beretta will ever release the ARX-160 in the States.

      1. avatar ChainsawWieldingManiac says:

        The ARX-100 is the civilianized version of the ARX-160. I absolutely believe Beretta is planning on a US release, since they showed it at SHOT 2013.

      2. avatar BlinkyPete says:

        There’s another post within a page or two of this one that covers it.

    2. avatar Dan says:

      ARX-100 for me.

  6. avatar Lance says:

    Too much for a all plastic gun. AR is still better.

  7. avatar JR LORENCZ says:

    I was kvelling over the Tavors in the IMI booth today at SHOT. Now I’m qvelling over the price. I understand from the rep I spoke with that they will likely be in stores in March.

    My precious…

  8. avatar Gyufygy says:

    It looks awesome, but can anyone articulate how it improves on other bullpups on the market?

    1. avatar Dan says:

      Maybe it doesn’t share the same asstastic trigger and phenomenally poor ergonomics that all bullpups have? Not holding my breath though.

  9. avatar NWGlocker says:

    Can I say bullpups are back in style?

  10. avatar Conejo says:

    I could eat some ramen for a few months for some left-handed tavor goodness.

    Sweet, sweet delicious left-handed bullpup goodness!

  11. avatar Jim R says:

    Very reasonable prices considering its capability.

  12. avatar In Memphis says:

    I hope that price includes shipping by a young lady from the IDF

  13. avatar Matt in FL says:

    I see no hot Israeli chicks.

  14. avatar Pencotron says:

    My friends would never call me cheap, however, they would call me frugal. I’m usually able to find a cheaper alternative to almost everything I would ever want or need, however, all bets are off on this. I want it bad!

  15. avatar Jeff the Griz says:

    Magizine price is good too

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