Today’s Photo comes courtesy of the U.S. Army Pacific Public Affairs Office and takes us to Camp Barommatrailokkanat in Thailand. We look at a Royal Thai Army soldier as he fires his weapon during basic rifle marksmanship earlier in 2019. Soldiers from both the [Read More…]
Tag: Tavor TAR-21
Between the IWI US powerhouse bringing bullpups back to America, and the IDF upgrading their standard issue infantry rifle, the Tavor platform has gone through a number of iterations. Here we’re going to take a closer look at 3 variants, and the factory sighting [Read More…]
IWI US demoed a select fire version of their X95 Micro-Tavor at the Kentucky Bullpup Convention in September. I had the opportunity to put a few rounds down range and put together my first impressions...
One of the most common complaints about the Tavor (and most bullpup rifles) is the trigger. The dissociation between the rifle’s grip and trigger from its spring and hammer often leads to bad words like “long, heavy, gritty, spongy.” The Tavor has seen soaring [Read More…]