Best Survival SHTF Rifles

What do I think is the best survival rifle for an “end of the world” gun? Check it out and don’t forget to let me know what you think would be the best rifle.

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    Back “ON TOPIC”, IMHO the IWI Tavor is my hands down rifle of choice for your SHTF scenario. It has all of the advantages of a good AR (same optics will work, same mags will work, etc.) plus the shorter profile. Add the “pop-up” iron sites and that is only getting better in case the batteries on your favorite optics take a dump at a critical time. Only down side I have even heard of is the trigger pull (when target shooting maybe?). I do not think anyone would even notice that though, in this scenario. I like the improved ability to move about with the shorter length enough that I think it outweighs any perceived trigger discomfort. and with a good sling system, it stays at the ready even when I am walking with it loose on my shoulder. Remember, this is just my opinion, and I am not a GURU on the subject.

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