IWI US has announced it is now shipping out the Tavor X95 bullpup rifle in .300 Blackout.

Initially released in 5.56, the new 300 BLK Tavor X95 eats both subsonic or supersonic rounds, suppressed or unsuppressed, thanks to the barrel’s adjustable internal gas regulator. This model also features a tri-rail forearm covered by three removable vented rail covers which let the user add lasers, lights and other accessories.

As the press release notes, the Tavor-style grip is modular and can be converted to a conventional pistol grip with a traditional trigger guard. The charging handle on this model has been moved closer to the shooter’s center mass, while its ambidextrous magazine release is located in the traditional AR-15 location near the trigger guard. The Tavor X95 also has a six-pound trigger pull.

“Our customers have been clamoring for us to release the X95 in 300 BLK for quite a while. It’s not hard to see why; 300 BLK can be shot subsonic and suppressed, yet still hit hard. Combine that with the compact, ergonomic and ultra-reliable X95 and you may just have the ultimate personal defense weapon. We are pleased to announce that the first shipments of our X95 in 300 BLK are leaving our warehouse today, both in black and flat dark earth,” said Michael Kassnar, IWI US’ VP of sales and marketing, said in the press release.

The new IWI Tavor X95 is available in black, FDE and OD green at a suggested retail price of $2.049.

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