Good damage, not strong feedback, good accuracy and rate of fire. Suitable for suppressing the enemy at short-medium distance, since it has not the best accuracy for firing at long ranges, but it has a good rate of fire, which allows to shoot the owners of PP or other rifles near.
The Tavor TAR-21 assault rifle was developed by Israel Military Industries (IMI) in the early 1990s. The TAR-21 stands for Tavor Assault Rifle for 21st century. It was first publicly revealed in 1998. This weapon had been tested by the Israel Defense Forces during 1999 - 2002. It was adopted to service in 2006 and replaced the M16A1, CAR-15 and Galil assault rifles. The TAR-21 has become a standard issue infantry rifle. It has been exported to more than 20 countries, including Columbia, Georgia, Guatemala, India, Portugal and Thailand. It is license-produced in Brazil, India and Ukraine.