Published on July 4th, 2013 | by Ghost0
IWI X95 / TAR-21 – Assault Rifles
The IWI X95, probably better known as the TAR-21, is an Israeli Bullpup (a firearm configuration where both the action and magazine is located behind the trigger and alongside the shooter’s face) assault rifle with a selective fire system that supports both semi-automatic and fully automatic firing.
The advantage of the Bullpup rifle style is that is shortens the overall length of the rifle while not effecting the barrel’s length. This helps makes it ideal for urban warfare due to the minimization of soldier’s silhouettes, allowing user’s to navigate corners more effectively.
Summary: With high damage (only beaten by the FN FAL) and good accuracy and fire rate the TAR-21 is ideal for close quarters combat. However, with a large amount of recoil it isn't suitable for long range and can be quite difficult to control.