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India-made Israeli Tavor X 95 rifles made locally in India by Punj Lloyd Raksha Systems under licence from Israel Weapons Industries (IWI) which is already in service with the army’s Special Forces, Navy’s MARCOS and IAF’s Garud Commandos, besides the Border Security Force is getting attention from many African militaries that are keen to conduct locally trials of the Guns for evaluation purposes.

Tavor X 95 rifles assembled in India based on 100 per cent transfer of technology from IWI. The Tavor X95 (also referred to as the MTAR-21) is the variant of the Tavor that was selected as the future standard infantry weapon of the IDF in 2009.

Technical specifications
Country of origin: Israel
Manufacturer: Israel Weapons Industry (IWI)
Entered service: 2006
Calibre: 5.56×45 mm
Weight (empty): 3.27 kg
Length: 720 mm
Length (with folded stock): –
Barrel length: 460 mm
Muzzle velocity: 910 m/s
Cyclic rate of fire: 750 – 900 rpm
Practical rate of fire: 40 – 100 rpm
Magazine capacity: 30 rounds
Sighting range:?
Range of effective fire: 550 m

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