||Hello, Daniel here doing my first review of a new release gun, the iron-sighted Tavor-21 by Ares. Here's the basic line-up I've found so-far on this gun:
.Weight is perfectly balance around the middle so the gun is not to heavy on the back or front, making the aiming a lot smoother and faster than other rifles (compared to the train speed of an M16, no contest, the Tavor is many times faster)
.The body is solid with metal and high quality composites. It's fairly lightweight, which helps the above statement
.The gun comes pre-tested by an Ares technician and certified to fire at least over 330 FPS (mine was 113 m/s, approx 350-360 FPS), and after firing seems to fit the bill (don't have a chronograph)
.The magazine that comes with the gun is a 130rd full metal midcap, top quality and VERY solid
.Fire rate using a 1500 mAH 9.6V battery is impressive, more than enough for anyone's needs
.Iron sights are very well placed, front sight is adjustable by a screw. Back sight sticks a little so it's harder to open, but that's more a good thing than bad.
.Only one downside, the magazines are a bit tricky to seat, so you may have to play with it for a second before it sits right
All in all, I'm giving it a 5 out of 5. The gun performs every bit as well as you would expect, and in my case has out-performed what I expected out of it. I would recommend this as a serious gift to any bull-pup loving airsoft players you know (or maybe just for yourself).
Rating: [5 of 5 Stars!]