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    Quote Originally Posted by Vitor View Post
    Question for those who shot both Tavor and FN2000: How the they compare recoil wise? Is the tapped short stroke piston of the FN smoother than the long stroke piston of the Tavor?
    I've owned both, and used them a fair amount on a KD range from 100 to 500m.
    The FN's recoil impulse is noticeably more even than the Tavor.
    In my experience with both at the 500m mound, the FS2000 was an honest 3moa, the Tavor around 6-8moa.

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    Adding to the pictures, my Tavor just got painted:






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    Ugh. Wishing I could get one!

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    Very NICE! I like the two tone paint job.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fighting Tenth View Post
    I've owned both, and used them a fair amount on a KD range from 100 to 500m.
    The FN's recoil impulse is noticeably more even than the Tavor.
    In my experience with both at the 500m mound, the FS2000 was an honest 3moa, the Tavor around 6-8moa.
    Thanks for the info, as a lefty I was always a big admirer of the FS2k.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fighting Tenth View Post
    I've owned both, and used them a fair amount on a KD range from 100 to 500m.
    The FN's recoil impulse is noticeably more even than the Tavor.
    In my experience with both at the 500m mound, the FS2000 was an honest 3moa, the Tavor around 6-8moa.
    Is that a 3MOA group at five hundred meters? Like 3MOA at 100 meters multplied x5 or a 3 inch group at 500 meters?

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    Nice paint job!

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    Quote Originally Posted by signkutter View Post
    Is that a 3MOA group at five hundred meters? Like 3MOA at 100 meters multplied x5 or a 3 inch group at 500 meters?
    MOA means minute of arc.

    3 MOA at 500 yards is approx 15.75 inches.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TurretGunner View Post
    MOA means minute of arc.

    3 MOA at 500 yards is approx 15.75 inches.
    While technically correct, in the firearms community it is referred to as "minute of angle".

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    how does one go about ordering these?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bb6kid View Post
    how does one go about ordering these?
    Copes was doing a pre order but I belive they stopped taking them.

    There was also a group buy at TOS on the bullpup forum that is closed.

    Your best chance is to find a dealer who will put in an order with a distributor and wait, or pay $5 grand for one when they get dumped on gunbroker in the first few months.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TurretGunner View Post
    Copes was doing a pre order but I belive they stopped taking them.

    There was also a group buy at TOS on the bullpup forum that is closed.

    Your best chance is to find a dealer who will put in an order with a distributor and wait, or pay $5 grand for one when they get dumped on gunbroker in the first few months.

    Yea, Copes had 400 total allotted to them in various configurations. They said they would open for more once they sort all the pre-orders and figure out if they can snag a few more rifles. Kind of wish I had gotten one in FDE as well, really crossing my fingers this rifle makes it out into our hands. That and a 300BLK barrel kit would be nice (Also looking at you Steyr!)

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    I'm a big fan of bullpups. I have an AUG clone (AXR) and FS2000. Like both a lot but prefer the FS2000. Been patiently waiting for the Tavor to show up here. Just kills me every time I see pics of our friends up north having fun with this rifle so far ahead of us. Lucky bastards. Can't wait.

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    Pictures?! You're not truly jealous till you've seen video

    http://youtu.be/Y6eG_xuQDcg

    Last edited by TV-PressPass; 03-05-13 at 17:00.
    I do videos with my Tavor: www.youtube.com/user/WildGunmenOsborne

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    Quote Originally Posted by TV-PressPass View Post
    Pictures?! You're not truly jealous till you've seen video

    http://youtu.be/Y6eG_xuQDcg

    I am definitely jealous now. That is one cool looking gun.

    I would love to get one of these.

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    In case anybody's interested, here's Michael Kassner with a huge stack of Tavors boxed and ready to ship.



    It shouldn't be long now.

    It's also kind of nice to see what must have been a lot of work over the past ~three years pay off for Mr. Kassner. I for one am appreciative of his efforts and pleased this is finally happening for him. It seems to mean a lot to him.

    -Cheers

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    Congratulations!! That stack of Tavors looks STELLAR! A good buddy of mine and I ordered Tavors a few months ago and can't wait to receive 'em and put 'em through the paces.

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    Hurray!!! Finally!

    Pre-order placed early, been waiting patiently

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    Quote Originally Posted by TV-PressPass View Post
    Pictures?! You're not truly jealous till you've seen video

    http://youtu.be/Y6eG_xuQDcg

    If you're right handed, how do you operate the light when its in that position?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Magic_Salad0892 View Post
    It always seemed to me that the FAMAS had the best gas system design possible for a bullpup, it was like the bullpup equivelent of a G3. I'm not sure why nobody has used either gas system since.
    I have always wanted a FAMAS

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