Josh Rondeau: I love people that will say the tavor is overpriced (msrp is $2000...they
sell for $1600) but will pony up $1400 for an AR 15 because some company
name is stamped on the side of it.
Jack Attack: Ive compared the Tavor with the Steyr AUG A3 CQC and I can say without any
bias that for the money the Tavor is overpriced. It is also overhyped.
Accuracy Steyr AUG grouped 1/2" at 100 yards. The best I have seen so
far is 1.5" at 100 with a Tavor.
Ease of use, the Tavor has a slight edge on speed reloads over the Steyr,
though it takes a slight bit more training to get used to the Tavor
Ergonomics are very comparable, but the CQC has a lot more rail options and
when used with an AFG it allows for a very dominant secure grip.
So for the money, what should you buy. My vote is for the Steyr AUG. It
just felt like a better made gun. It had better accuracy, barrels could be
swapped in seconds instead of minutes, and the overall feel of the gun
screamed quality. The Tavor reminded me of a cheap kel-tec pistol. Junky
looking plastic, looser tolerances.... The Tavor should be 1200 dollars,
Is the Tavor good...must be battle ready since the IDF uses it, but I must
say it should cost a grand less. For the money, get the Steyr AUG A3. You
will be very pleased.
Sam Wagner: Nice rajahII
WHO9119: No more expensive then any other bullpup rifle nice if you could afford one
Mostly humble 1: thx for the clarification.
Mostly humble 1: check out James Yeagers Vid " your excuses are invaled". It's inspiring!
Less than 2 weeks old. The dude in the vid doesn't have a shoulder.
rich meh: While serving, in the IDF I was lucking to enough to use a tavor and a
micro tavor, I loved everything about it. It sucks we don't have access to
the micro tavor yet it has many new features and is used by most of the
Israeli infantry now.
DaBear Baloo: Hoss, when you get here in the Hoosier State, let me know. Would love to
buy you a refreshing adult beverage.
Levi H: Indy? Where at?
GenXRanter: SKS + Shernic Bullpup stock = Very nice budget QCB weapon. Lots of video
reviews out there, check it out.
mikentommiann82807: That is a pretty neat Rifle.
FrontCortex: Is the RFB even close in quality to this? I like RFB front ejection and
spent shell cashe feature.
Alf Helge Hermansen: Nice channel! Following you brother beard!
MrHats45: The FDE looks so badass on the Tavor. I usually lean towards black rifles
but this just looks so damn good.
BillGoudy: Sweeeet! Looks good Hoss!!
Spaz Tastic: Indiana, where bouts?
willowcrazy: I'm looking into the Tavor for its ambi capability. Do you know of any mil
spec/quality rifles in left hand configuration or with the convert
capability like the Tavor?
toneduke: Gear.do you have it? My Buddy was a Captain with the nickmame Hoss since
high school. 42 now and work with Hoss every day
VikingOfLegend: Too expensive :(
justpresstwoforawhil: who needs a tool to breach a door. just ask the Hoss to run through it;
dustyak79: As any rifle a value rifle anymore?
CaptainBerz: Interesting, and alien like in appearance. Getting closer to Will Smith
saving the world.....lol
pontiacmaniac2: I realy like the whole package that the Tavor brings, but I'm also pretty
darn happy with my AR too. If I was new to guns, then this is something I
would be going for.
eltenda fabrizio: pretty sweet!
dan baetz: for all ya leftys like me i would say get a styer AUG A2 or FN FS200 if ya
want a bullpup rifle
Military Arms Channel: The AUG isn't going to be any better than the Tavor, it's actually less
left hand friendly than the Tavor. The AUG's charging handle can't be
reversed, the Tavors can. The FS2000 has it's own set of issues, mostly
that it only works with USGI mags, polymer mags are a no-go.
imperialfragments: Similar to the FAMAS? except without the lame handle.
Slacker Chief: Maybe in time, it'll cost less
Barbarossa4U: I've never shot a bullpup design but always hear mixed reviews of it. What
are your thoughts?
sickjohnson: What did you think of the trigger action / feel on reset? Thanks for the
FrostyRedFox: Sturmgewhre has some great videos on it.
TheHossUSMC: Yes he does. Mike lost his arm below the shoulder.
tcarp1616: Looks so cool. The price tag is way to expensive though.
Juan Ortega: I want one hopefully they have a commifornia legal one
zombiesolutions95: Save the mustache
1975acidburn: Where did you get the tboc patch?
Adrian5606: Handle? That's the rear sight... not really a carry handle
sonriseLatrell: That wasn't champagne, it was sparkling cider. I could tell by the label I
buy it every thanksgiving for the kids
TheHossUSMC: The trigger was not bad
Military Arms Channel: I have some videos on the RFB. Mine has been less than reliable. I consider
the RFB to be more of a novelty. Even if mine worked as it should all the
time, the quality of construction and the basic design aren't what I would
consider to be military quality.
73Corbin: How is the trigger on that Tavor? I picked up a Aug A3 at the gun shop
yesterday and loved it, until i squeezed the trigger. Ugh,, must have been
12-14 pounds and crazy sloppy. I am selling my custom saiga 12 because its
to heavy for me, Ive got a bad injury on my left arm and cant handle a
heavy guns anymore, so i thought i would spend that on a Aug, but not
unless it can get some kind of trigger mod. I wonder if anyone is making
aftermarket transfer bars? Would be nice, sbr size with no stamp
VegasStuto: I wonder if its a bastardized version of the original in some way?
bisonhawk1: freak yea ive been waiting for this rifle to hit the us for years!!
IslandZsurvivor: now that is how to put a door down! oh and the rifle was cool too!Were you
trained by a classic somalier,excellent technique on the bubbly.
hypoSPEED666: if only it came in 7.62x39.
John Hennessey: hey hoss i believe its IWI not IDI in your title
muznula: I like that cold steel raja 2 too. Here in Canada is my EDC. Stupid gun law.
Matthew Miller: Best part is it's basically an SBR without a tax stamp.