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Author Topic: Should I Be Concerned About my Tavor?  (Read 3267 times)
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« Reply #20 on: May 18, 2017, 08:14:33 PM »

Thanks to all who replied.  Got busy with work and honestly forgot about the post.  To the guy who felt like I was in panic mode (I think you called it queefing or some such nonsense), I really wasn't.  I get that nearly every rifle needs some adjustment.  I just figured that in 2017, and especially given the lineage of this rifle, they would be pretty consistent.  I did get the front post fixed, the little plunger things was stuck and the sight was free-spinning.  I also disassembled the rifle and put it back together.  I didn't see anything obvious other than all the plastic parts are straight out of the mold to the rifle with a lot of extra material at seams and edges.  This is pretty lazy manufacturing, in my opinion.  It works, though, mostly so no one probably cares.  I haven't gotten back out to the range but the sights are still on (adjusted pretty far to one side) as compared to a boresight laser.  There's a little adjustment in the sights so I get that it's usable and will likely be just fine.  Simply surprised me from this particular rifle.

Again I appreciate all the feedback and recommendations. 
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