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 controls.
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, not 2000+
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.
justpresstwoforawhil: who needs a tool to breach a door. just ask the Hoss to run through it; awesome
Alf Helge Hermansen: Nice channel! Following you brother beard!
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?
Mostly humble 1: thx for the clarification.
TheHossUSMC: Yes he does. Mike lost his arm below the shoulder.
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.
Killafox22: Question what are u going to be doing in indiana?
1975acidburn: Where did you get the tboc patch?
TheHossUSMC: The trigger was not bad
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
majormayhem1: Hey Hoss, what's the price point on the Tavor?
muznula: I like that cold steel raja 2 too. Here in Canada is my EDC. Stupid gun law.
sonriseLatrell: That wasn't champagne, it was sparkling cider. I could tell by the label I buy it every thanksgiving for the kids
Spaz Tastic: Indiana, where bouts?
sasquatch4liffee: You wasted way too much ammo trying to get the RFB to work