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DefRev Video: IMI Tavor TAR-21 Commando Carbine and Tavor-2 Subcarbine

by David Crane defrev (at) gmail (dot) com May 6, 2003 Several months ago, DefRev attended the AUSA 2003 Winter Symposium (Feb. 26-28). During the show, we ran into the fine people at IMI (Israel Military Industries), and got a chance to handle their Tavor assault rifle variants, the Tavor TAR-21 Commando Carbine (shortened version of the Tavor assault rifle, ... Read More »

Chinese QBZ-95 Infantry Rifle

The QBZ-95 bullpup infantry rifle from China, a.ka. Type 95 rifle, fires the proprietary 5.8x42mm round. Many small arms experts consider the ideal infantry/light machine gun caliber to be between 6mm and 6.5mm in diameter, and between 39mm and 45mm in length, making the new Chinese caliber very close to the ideal dual-purpose infantry round. Click here for pics and ... Read More »

ST Kinetics SAR-21 at TREXPO East

Class III Supply, out of Hermitage, PA, is the exclusive importer of the ST Kinetics SAR-21 rifle from Singapore. The SAR-21 is a brand new state of the art bullpup assault rifle in 5.56mm, that will be going head to head with the Israeli TAR-21(Tavor) bullpup rifle, and all other modern 5.56 assault rifles on the world market. Judging by ... Read More »

Mars Reflex Sight/Tavor Rifle Combo.

Check out this package. Israeli special forces have never messed around, but this new package looks pretty formidable. Their new Tavor bullpup rifle, combined with the Multipurpose Aiming Reflex Sight (MARS), made by International Technologies Lasers (ITL), looks to be a really potent little package. CLICK HERE to read about it. To visit the manufacturer’s site, click here. For information ... Read More »

The DSR-1 Advanced Bullpup Sniper Rifle

by David Crane defrev at gmail dot com June 11, 2001 The AMP Technical Services DSR-1 rifle is currently being billed by its manufacturer as "the most sophisticated and technologically advanced tactical precision rifle in the world." One of its key designers is a Mr. K. G. Kirnstaetter, who was also responsible for the design of Erma’s SR-100 rifle. Read More »