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MAX123 04-03-2013 9:46 PM

Tavor bullet button?
 
Possible?

Atlantic Firearms 04-05-2013 3:12 AM

BULLET-BUTTONŽ is working on the mag lock and muzzle extensions


http://imageshack.us/a/img839/3342/x51u.jpg]

serjm1a1 04-08-2013 9:46 AM

[QUOTE=Atlantic Firearms;11007395]BULLET BUTTONŽ is working on the mag lock and muzzle extensions


http://imageshack.us/a/img839/3342/x51u.jpg

Awesome. I will be saving my pennies

Toolfreak66 04-24-2013 1:16 AM

Any update on this? I'm looking to get one of these in the near future.

uzigalil 04-26-2013 8:28 AM

Any news I want one plzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz

BenHa 04-26-2013 8:30 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by uzigalil (Post 11195719)
Any news I want one plzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz

^+111110000000000:gunsmilie:

rubyist 05-09-2013 5:13 PM

I posted some news about the CA-legal Tavor here. BB option coming soon!

Prince50 06-01-2013 11:28 AM

Tavor Bullet-ButtonŽ and fake can are going to be done this week.

Call for assistance 760-277-3621

seainc 06-03-2013 10:17 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Prince50 (Post 11483442)
Tavor Bullet-ButtonŽ and fake can are going to be done this week.

Call for assistance 760-277-3621

Like to see photos. Thanks

Edwood 06-05-2013 4:08 PM

Hopefully it's like an AK mag release shroud, so it can be easily released like with an Ultimate Bullet Button Tool attached to a mag.

I'm not keen on the mini pry bar / bottle cap opener tool method of Raddlock's tool.

But if the laws keep on going as is, there will need to be a method of opening the action to release mags, which won't be as easy as doing it with an AR-15.

Prince50 06-06-2013 8:51 AM

It is a shroud, and I'll have pics up today (I HOPE).

Let's not worry about open actions until it's time for that. LOL

Darin

Edwood 06-06-2013 7:30 PM

YES! Awesome. A shroud is so much better than a bottle cap opener tool on the mag catch.

Makes me want to get UBB Tools to install on my mags now. I like how using a UBB on a mag with the AK BB shroud style is so much faster and easier than with an AR-15 BB.

Or like the Solar Tactical Tool in this video.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NvW6yNfI5HA

Probably won't be able to reload quite as smoothly as with an AK with Bullet Button, but it should be better than using a bottle cap opener tool.

Looking forward to seeing details on the Prince 50 Tavor Bullet Button. Thanks.

Prince50 06-13-2013 11:07 AM

DONE!

PICS to follow shortly. Muzzle brake is installed too! I added a hole in the forward wall to allow the use of the mag mounted UBB.

Darin

BenHa 06-13-2013 11:35 AM

:grouphug::Ivan::useless:

Prince50 06-14-2013 8:57 AM

http://imageshack.us/a/img834/6952/k6gx.jpg
http://imageshack.us/a/img839/3342/x51u.jpg

Production units will be more "Flat" in finish. This unit was not tumbled or blasted.

engi 06-14-2013 9:09 AM

I'll take it! Got any pictures of the tool and the usage?

CAL.BAR 06-14-2013 9:46 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by engi (Post 11585485)
I'll take it! Got any pictures of the tool and the usage?

UH, Engi.... aren't you missing an important element? LIKE THE BLOODY RIFLE! (lol)

Prince50 06-14-2013 10:16 AM

Bullet works great as the tool, and it can push from the front or cam from the bottom. TAVOR Kicks the magazine out which is BAD*****!

Easiest BB to use.

Darin

BenHa 06-14-2013 11:40 AM

:eek: can't wait until we can get the tavor in cali

uzigalil 06-14-2013 1:20 PM

this is great, Now who can help me get one ??????????

CAL.BAR 06-14-2013 1:25 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by uzigalil (Post 11587322)
this is great, Now who can help me get one ??????????

Well come to the CalGuns On Target shoot on the Second Friday of each month and you can at least shoot mine. Try before you buy!

seainc 06-14-2013 2:13 PM

Can I get only the BB not the barrel extension?

BenHa 06-14-2013 2:13 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by seainc (Post 11587643)
Can I get only the BB not the barrel extension?

Nope, the tavor doesn't meet the 30" OAL

uzigalil 06-14-2013 2:25 PM

thanks
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by CAL.BAR (Post 11587349)
Well come to the CalGuns On Target shoot on the Second Friday of each month and you can at least shoot mine. Try before you buy!

Thanks for the offer but I have shot them years ago, now I just want to buy.

Edwood 06-14-2013 10:15 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Prince50 (Post 11586056)
Bullet works great as the tool, and it can push from the front or cam from the bottom. TAVOR Kicks the magazine out which is BAD*****!

Easiest BB to use.

Darin

Is it not possible to have the slot meet the hole? would be easier to swipe backwards with a tool.

crazyucbr 06-15-2013 2:46 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by BenHa (Post 11587651)
Nope, the tavor doesn't meet the 30" OAL


I have an extra barrel shroud already. Can I get the bb sep?

zombiescanlearn 06-15-2013 8:45 AM

Does that shroud do anything like a flashhider or compensator or does it just extend the barrel? If not, can you make one that actually does something than extend?

Prince50 06-15-2013 2:58 PM

Muzzle extension is a flash hider. Okay effective too!

The slot cannot extend to the hole, weakens the part, and it can be pried off the gun in theory. If DOJ can do it, you can get in trouble.

It works sweet!

Button will be available as a separate item.

Darin

seainc 06-15-2013 8:05 PM

Darin, When you start shipping to dealers (BB ONLY no barrel ectension)? Thanks

engi 06-16-2013 2:04 AM

Will there be a 4" flash hider for the 18" barrel model?

Stamatos 06-16-2013 9:35 AM

I can't wait for these to be stocked! Let's hope we aren't paying more that $2100 for them :)

Prince50 06-24-2013 7:24 AM

Dealers have been shipped.

The brake is one length. I will look into a shorter unit to satisfy the 18 inch without extra length.

Retail price is less than $60 for the button alone.

Darin

seainc 06-25-2013 7:42 PM

Which dealers have them? I checked RifleGear and OC Armory both don't have it.

Prince50 06-26-2013 9:08 AM

Call both, and they can get them for you. Riflegear has them in stock.

OC can order them, but I am not sure that they have done so yet. Do you need the extended FH?

Darin

Prince50 06-26-2013 9:12 AM

North County Firearms has them.
760-798-7300

D

jonnietyler 08-02-2013 2:20 PM

I bought a Tavor bullet button at North County Firearms. I was able to get it installed on my Tavor, however, one of the holes on the shroud is drilled too small for the set screw.

It seems to work fine with only using 2 of the large set screws and the one small set screw.

What size drill bit should I use to get the 3rd set screw to fit?

esp1 08-04-2013 9:30 PM

Does installation require drilling into the plastic of the Tavor's stock ? ?

tonelar 08-06-2013 3:42 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by jonnietyler (Post 11974875)
I bought a Tavor bullet button at North County Firearms. I was able to get it installed on my Tavor, however, one of the holes on the shroud is drilled too small for the set screw.

It seems to work fine with only using 2 of the large set screws and the one small set screw.

What size drill bit should I use to get the 3rd set screw to fit?

Doesn't the shroud just thread on? Or are you talking about the maglock?

esp1 08-06-2013 5:50 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by tonelar (Post 12000423)
Doesn't the shroud just thread on? Or are you talking about the maglock?

The shroud and the maglock are different names for the bullet button. I think you are talking about the barrel extension just threading on.

I was asking if you need to drill into the Tavor's plastic in order to install the bullet button shroud which I think comes with four threaded pins/screws. Or if the holes in the Tavor's plastic stock already line up to the holes in the bullet button shroud.

Then my next question is if screwing in the bullet button's threaded pins will "bite" into the plastic or do the thread in the pins catch/engage into each other or a different metal piece.

jonnietyler 08-06-2013 8:04 AM

The screws thread into the shroud, NOT the rifle. The screws go into pre-existing holes on the Tavor. The holes around the trigger area are used to index the screws.


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