IWI US TAVOR SAR Flattop Rifle Giveaway, One Lucky Subscriber Will Win This Gun!

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IWI US TAVOR SAR Flattop Rifle
IWI US TAVOR SAR Flattop Rifle
AmmoLand Gun News
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Manasquan, NJ –-(Ammoland.com)- New and existing subscribers to the AmmoLand Shooting Sports Newswire emails will all be eligible to win an exciting IWI US TAVOR SAR Flattop Rifle.

AmmoLand Shooting Sports News and IWI US are giving away a $2000.00 IWI US TAVOR SAR Flattop Rifle to one lucky email subscriber and that could be you!

IWI US TAVOR SAR Flattop Rifle

The battle-proven, award-winning IWI US TAVOR SAR Flattop model features a full-length MIL-STD Picatinny top rail with a MIL-STD short rail mounted at a 45° angle opposite the charging handle enabling you to configure the bullpup with optics and accessories.

Available in 5.56 NATO with 16 ½ “ barrel and overall length of 26 1/8” or an 18” barrel with an OAL of 27 5/8”, or the new (2015) 9mm Luger Parabellum dedicated TAVOR chambered with a 17” barrel and OAL of 26 1/8”.

TAVOR barrels are detachable/interchangeable made from cold hammer forged CrMoV steel, chrome lined with a 1:7 twist rate. The integral ambidextrous front and rear quick detachable sling swivel receptacles include push button ball bearing swivels.

The TAVOR uses standard AR-15/M16/STANAG magazines and features a last round hold open catch on an empty magazine. Available in Black, Flat Dark Earth and OD Green. Restricted state models available for CA, MD, MA, NJ. Not available for sale in DC, CT, IL (Cook County only) and NY.

IWI US TAVOR SAR Flattop Rifle
IWI US TAVOR SAR Flattop Rifle

But you can't win it if your not in it!

How Do I Enter?

  • The giveaway enter dates runs from June 1st, 2015 to June 30th, 2015 with the winner drawn on July 1st 2015.
  • Everyone who signs up, or is an existing subscriber, to the AmmoLand Shooting Sports News daily & monthly emails is eligible to win.
  • Eligible Winners, must be 18 years of age, a legal resident of the United States and be lawfully eligible under local, state and federal rules to accept the transfer of firearms through a licensed Federal Firearms License. NOTE: Residents DC, CT, IL (Cook County only) and NY are not eligible to win. Take your complaints up with your local anti gun lawmakers.
  • No monetary compensation or substitution for ineligible winners. You are just out of luck.
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Israeli Weapons Industry US
Israeli Weapons Industry US

About IWI US, Inc.

IWI US, Inc. is the USA based subsidiary of Israel Weapon Industries (IWI) Ltd. of Ramat Hasharon, Israel and a member of the SK Group, a leading defense and security group of companies that operate in the global Defense and Law Enforcement markets. The IWI US line of products includes several configurations of the TAVOR SAR, Jericho 941 pistol, UZI pistol and Galil ACE rifles and pistols.

For more information, visit IWI US Inc. at our website – www.iwi.us , on Facebook www.facebook.com/IWIUS – or contact us via email at: [email protected]

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IWI US TAVOR SAR Flattop Rifle
IWI US TAVOR SAR Flattop Rifle
IWI US TAVOR SAR Flattop Rifle
IWI US TAVOR SAR Flattop Rifle

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  • 64 thoughts on “IWI US TAVOR SAR Flattop Rifle Giveaway, One Lucky Subscriber Will Win This Gun!

    1. We in the USA have Israel to thank for how our our govt is set up it is on Judeo concepts. If you don’t like Israel you do not like the Bible or are very ignorant of history and so many things it is unbelievable. Ignorance is rampant in the world today

      1. Israel is not the chosen, the Hebrew people are and they are everywhere in the world. Many of them do not like how they are represented by said state.

    2. This is a bucket list gun for me, fingers crossed on winning this, thanks AMMOLAND for giving one away to a lucky individual!

    3. My father said during World War 2 Israel was known as the 51st state. They are our closest ally for freedom. Long live the United States and long live Israel. I would gladly accept a Tavor as my first rifle.

      1. You must had misunderstood your father. During WW2 there were 48 states,not 50. And during WW2 Israel was not going to be the 49’th state,….period ! ‘Nuff said !

      2. 48 states not 50 during ww2 ! just like the old boy said ! Then as now Israel sucked the U.S. dry and has to be supported like a useless step kid. I think 700 million annually from the U.S. for contributing nothing but turmoil and self pity. (Always the victim) yeah right !

    4. You have incorect information about Cook county Illinois. That was all changed when the CCW laws were enacted. Check this law out! No bans on assult weapons are allowed in Illinois.

    5. These are FANTASTIC Rifles! I’ve had a 556/223 FDE Tavor, since I sold a couple of AR’s last year to fund the Purchase. I sold a few more out of my Gun Collection a couple of weeks ago, and bought the 9mm Black Tavor. The 9mm Mags from IWI, are made by ASC, which are available at several places on-line, and are inexpensive. Funny thing though… with over 1K Rounds of 556/223 through my Tavor, I’ve never managed to ACCIDENTALLY hit the Mag Release, and prematurely dump a Mag, like some folks mention. I suppose TRAINING might have something to do with it.

    6. These are absolutely incredible weapons! I should be so lucky to win one, on my disability income I could never afford to buy one sigh…..

    7. I wish everyone who enjoys a great gun no matter who made it, good luck in winning this Travor! I also hope to win! I recently bought an Arcus 98 DAC .9 mm pistol! Its Bulgarian made used by many European police and military! I also have shot Israel ammo in my 4 AR rifles I went out and bought when O’Bama started this fight, I also bought 86 30 and 40 round magsall made in America. What I have found is no matter where a fine piece is made, if it is reliable, is free, or paid for, that is what you want by your sid when the need arises! I would love nothing more than all American made but, as we sold out to a Communist country almost all our manufacturing, I have been happy with my purchase of those moments ntioned above, made in China is what I try hard to avoid! But, the real issue here is the Trevor SAR is another fine gun which most of us true gun lovers would just be giddy to win! I believe in our Second Amendment sostrongly, I plan on opening a non profit gun range here on my property called The Highlands due to views of Mississippi River Valley views and to give opportunity to those who need a place to shoot and for new shooters to the sport, which I have already started with university wemon, with my own pistols and rifles, I hope to provide several guns people can actually use so they can find their best fit and know before they buy a gun if they will like it. Any and all gun donations will be used along with ammo for training new individuals to our sport. Thus making a stronger for gun Rights group in this area, plus help change people’s attitude about guns who have never shot before. I do this every chance I get! So you bet I hope to win the his Trevor! Good luck to all!

    8. Best Bullpup rifle there is! I own two Travors one in 5.56 NATO and another in 9mm! I also own a AUG and the Travor is hands down the best! Very easy to clean too!

      1. Better yet -the Tavor uses AR mags and the AUG requires you to buy their specific mags. Totally agree. I love my Tavor too. So easy to clean yet you can run 1000 rnds through it without cleaning which I don’t know of many firearms that will tolerate that.

    9. I have had my Tavor for about a year. It’s a great firearm. I consider it the best rifle I own. Would love to win a second for me son.

    10. The Hebrew hammer, State of the art 21st century weapon, it points and shoots like it’s meant to be part of body, I really enjoy this weapon and would love to win this rifle. Keeping my fingers crossed

    11. This would be a very enjoyable addition to my small and s-l-o-w-l-y growing collection. Have the opportunity to win something like this would be the icing on the cake for a simpleton, who only dreams of owning toys like this. Crossing my fingers.

    12. I am a retired Senior Citizen. I still enjoy the shooting sports. I am always eager to try the latest and greatest products on the market. I just do not have an income that give me that pleasure. Therefore, I am always interested in entering giveaways.

    13. The Tavor is an excellent bullpup to shoot. I also have a Kriss Vector and AR-15. With the right optics like Eotech and Mepro Reflex Sights you won’t miss. My FN 5.7. Is pretty awesome too. Armor piercing rounds are a plus.

        1. Shalom is a Hebrew word meaning peace, completeness, prosperity, and welfare and can be used idiomatically to mean both hello and goodbye. As it does in English, it can refer to either peace between two entities (especially between man and God or between two countries), or to the well-being, welfare or safety of an individual or a group of individuals.

          i.e.: I think he meant to imply “peacekeeper”

    14. Love my flat-top. Shouts like a dream and a blast at the range. Would be awesome to win the FDE model. Would make a great anniversary gift for my lovely bride.

      1. I have two friends with Tavors and they are excellent firearms. Very little original technology but a great combination of the best tried and true engineering. I would really like to win one which would just save me from having to buy one! I can’t believe religion, ethnicity, nationality, or any other non gun related comment would do anything but display ignorance and decrease credibility.

      2. I can’t believe that you do not like Jewish products but you would be willing to accept the rifle if you won. What kind of freaking hypocrite are you? Why Don’t you Decline the prize if you win just so you don’t have to own a piece of Jewish machinery and weaponry and let those of us who would love to show this off to our friends family and compatriots have a better chance of winning

        1. I would accept it if I won it,then sell it for cash money ! Wouldn’t be no trick to that or nothing hypocritical about that ! I just prefer firearms/ammo made in the US !

          1. Says the guy who has never shot one. Where it’s made is irrelevant, but if the quality of craftsmanship means anything, I just have to look to the US auto industry to see how well we do manufacturing things. I would much rather have a German or “Jewish” (It’s israeli…don’t think weapon has a religion) weapon.

      3. “I entered the contest but don’t really care for Jewish made firearms/ammo !” wrote Tex.
        “Tex, I reckon you’re in good company. I imagine a great many Middle East terrorists don’t really care much for Israeli manufactured guns and ammo, either!” I replied in jest.

        1. No you replied because you’re an idiot ! I like firearms/ammo made in the United States,..period ! I only buy firearms/ammo made in the United States,…period ! With the exception of some commercial small arms,Israeli tanks,aircraft,missles,etc. are all manufactured in the United States,and sold/given to Israel by the United States. Not to mention the $600+ million dollars the United States gives Israel annually in financial aid. Just replying in jest.

            1. Tex is nothing but a troll who is just on here to bait you into an argument. Don’t waste your time.

            2. Partial assembly is done in the U.S. but the firearm,parts,etc. itself is made by the Jewish settlers (pilgrims) in the gaza. Look it up. ‘Nuff said !

    15. Jason I don’t believe the Company actually manufactures in the U.S. ;YET . IWI US is probably just a marketing organization primarily. Established to test the water, so to speak, with visions of grandeur. I believe they will do well; they have unique designs and excellent quality and reliability. (Israel hasn’t lost a war yet, they need arms that are as tough as their warriors.

      1. You are incorrect. Due to the change in the law about importing “assault” weapons, IWI as well as Steyr and H&K are all manufacturing their firearms in the U.S. Steyr is in Alabama and IWI is in Pennsylvania. Even Saiga look-alikes are being manufactured in the U.S. now.

    16. Wow! This Is amazing. I have been looking at these since I heard they were going to go into production In the USA. I will save up and buy one at some point. Until then I can dream…

        1. Maybe it’s not about the mag release being placed poorly. Maybe it’s more about the user not being competent or trained enough to use the weapon properly.

        2. I think if you watch the IDF training film and practice to get the muscle memory registered you will find that it is all about technique – i.e. the operator. Having fired virtually every individual level military firearm in our arsenal during Vietnam all the way up to 50 cal machine guns, I have a Tavor and love the ‘bullpup’ form factor. (HM2 USN II Corps ’70-’71)

    17. Isreal has always been known for innovation in firearms. Simply put think of what you need, make it, and make it work in all conditions.
      ITS GREAT that ammoland.com is sponsoring this give away. Thanks all.

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