- Umarex IWI Tavor 21 Sportsline
- Realistic IWI markings
- Semi and Full Automatic Electric function
- Flip up sights
- Bullpup configuration
- Ambidextrous design
- M4 magazine compatible
- Length: 690 mm
- Barrel length: 420 mm
- Weight: 2137 gr
- Velocity: 330 FPS
- Magazine capacity: 300 BBs
The Tavor (so called in reference to Mount Tabor) is an Israeli assault rifle, manufactured by the IWI hoping to replace the M16 and Galil today equipping IDF. It is based on a type bullpup design, this system to benefit significantly reduce the size of the weapon without limiting its barrel length.
Umarex brings us the most affordable fully licensed Tavot on the market. It is equipped with realistic markings from IWI with all the logos, etc being there.
This Umarex IWI Licenced TAVOR 21 AEG offer its realism and manufacturing quality. Its bullpup configuration allows for a long inner barrel while maintaining a CQB capable length.
The model is ambidextrous with the magazine release button, the bolt release and the selector lever can be operated from both sides of the gun.
It is equipped with a both front and rear folding sights. On top of the receiver a Picatinny rail allows the addition of accessories.
A metal selector allowing to easily switch in 3 different modes: safety, Semi Auto and Full Automatic.
The model uses a unique Gearbox with version 2 internals.
Its hop up is adjustable for greater accuracy when firing and it is accessible by pulling back the charging handle.
The model works with a small type battery that is stored in the handguard.
Capable of using all standard M4 magazines this is a rifle designed to be adaptable. The package comes with a metal ones that stores 300 BBs.