Pennsylvania State Capitol Police have selected the IWI US Tavor SAR in their effort to provide law enforcement and security services to the State Capitol Complex in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania and at state government buildings in Philadelphia, Pittsburgh and Scranton.
“We are honored that the Pennsylvania State Capitol Police have chosen to be outfitted with the Tavor SAR,” Michael Kassnar, Vice President of Sales & Marketing at IWI US commented. “The State Capitol Police were looking for an extremely reliable rifle that was built specifically for close quarter battle and the design of the TAVOR® SAR bullpup was a perfect fit for their requirements.”
The Tavor SAR, specifically designed for the U.S. market, was developed in close cooperation with the Israel Defense Forces (IDF). Available in black and Flat Dark Earth, the TAVOR features fully ambidextrous controls with removable 16.5” or 18” chrome-lined barrels, a full-length top-mounted integral Picatinny rail and a short 45° rail for mounting accessories. Also available are a left-hand model with a 16.5” barrel and an IDF model with an integral MEPRO-21 reflex sight. The TAVOR® SAR uses standard AR-15/M16 magazines and is easily field-stripped into sub-assemblies for routine maintenance.
For more information, visit www.iwi.us.
Pennsylvania State Capitol Police have selected the IWI US Tavor SAR in their effort…
by Guns & Weapons / Aug 27, 2013