30 August 2009

IWI Micro Tavor

تنسيق-الكليات-لعام سكس نيك كس

The IDF is rolling out the Tavor to more and more units, replacing the M4 and M16 variants. Basic trainees will begin their service with the Tavor and use it throughout their conscription.

IDF Special forces units will use the Micro Tavor.

Maj. Gen. Gadi Shamni,
the proud recipient of the first officially deployed
Micro-Tavor rifle.

The IWI Micro Tavor (M.T.A.R 21), also designated X-95 and sometimes called Tavor-2, is a stand-alone extremely compact weapon specifically designed for special forces units, as well as military personnel who are normally not issued long assault rifles.

With the use of a relatively simple conversion kit, the M.T.A.R 21 can be converted from a 5.56 mm assault rifle to a 9 mm submachine gun loaded with 20, 25, and 32-round magazines. A suppressor can also be added to the weapon, it is part of the 9 mm conversion kit.

Issued to IDF Brigade Reconnaissance Companies.

Future Weapons Micro Tavor Episode Part 1

Future Weapons Micro Tavor Episode Part 2

The Tavor is compact enough for 14 year old Girls

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PA State Cop said...

Needs to square up on the target and lean forward slightly. Support foot slightly forward of the strong foot with a straight line between the heel and the back of her head. Helps with recoil.

Gun Shy Tourist said...

Had to link to your blog...again. :)


red said...

Looks great for close quarters (not that I have any experience with it).

Drang said...

Hope they have better luck with it than the Brits with the '85. Of course, few nations would design a weapon that will put a lefty in the hospital if he tried to shoot left handed...


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