The IWI Tavor SAR’s bullpup design has the overall length of a 10-inch-barreled carbine while maintaining the ballistic efficiency of a 16.5-inch-barreled model. A long-stroke piston system keeps it reliable and suitable for suppression. Author David Bahde says, “For nonconformists like me, the Tavor SAR may be the perfect tactical carbine.” Field-stripping and maintenance is possible with the use of a single 5.56mm round, making the Tavor SAR one of the most user-friendly real-world carbines on the market… This rifle’s forte is CQB, and it did not disappoint.”
Did the author think this carbine was a keeper? How did it stack up at 100 yards? To learn more, check out the 2014 issue of Black Guns, available on newsstands and digitally on July 23, 2013. To subscribe, go to www.tactical-life.com/subscribe.
The IWI Tavor SAR’s bullpup design has the overall length of a 10-inch-barreled carbine while…
by Tactical-Life / Jun 17, 2013