In 2009 the IDF adopted the TAVOR (also known as the TAR-21), a bullpup style assault rifle designed by Israeli Weapons Industries (formerly IMI) and it is planned that it will replace all other 5.
What does BP stand for?
BP stands for Bullpup (weapon)
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A new bullpup stock features strategically placed cutouts for reduced weight and improved balance, along with optimal comb height and length of pull.
The bullpup design enables a longer barrel and associated higher muzzle velocity for greater stopping power within a compact overall length.
25 April 1959: The Bullpup, the first mass-produced air-to-surface missile, is deployed overseas.
The Eugene hikes, all of which are on weekends, include: Devil's Staircase, June 27; Three Pyramids, July 11; Crabtree Valley, July 25; Bullpup Lake, Aug.
The Redtails also became the Navy's only S-2 squadron to operationally deploy the AGM-12 Bullpup air-to-surface missile.
Eight squads took part, including a team from Huddersfield New College The Batley team comprises the Bullpups, aged six to 16, and the older Bulldog squad.