Featured TacGirl Alli for February Recoil Staff January 12, 2014 0 Comments February’s TacGirl, TacGirl Alli, is one of the women who support American Snipers. Alli works for an oil and gas company, where they call her the Pipeline Princess. A proud mother of two who loves karaoke and cooking, she’s 5’2″ tall and measures 35-25-35. Here’s the TacGirl for February. You can go behind the scenes and see her interviewed here. From TacGirls, about the TSB-16 Alli is carrying. MONTH: FEBRUARY 2014 Coordinates: Port Area near 47.65°N and 122.38°W MODEL: TSB-16 MANUFACTURER: IWI- Israel Weapon Industries COUNTRY OF ORIGIN: Israel CARTRIDGE: 5.56x45mm NATO/.223 Remington WEIGHT EMPTY: 7.9 pounds LENGTH: 26.125 inches BARREL: 16.5 inches, chrome lined, cold-hammer forged CrMoV barrel, 6 groove 1:7 RH twist OPERATION: gas operated, rotating bolt, long stroke piston. RATE OF FIRE: Semi-auto TYPICAL MUZZLE VELOCITY: 2,903ft/sec FEED SYSTEM: 20, 30 round box OPTICS: Mepro 21 Day/Night Illuminated Reflex sight with MX3 Magnifying Scope ILLUMINATION: EagleTac T100C2 MKII w/pressure switch HEADSET: TEA LASH II Throat Mic NOTES: The Tavor was developed for the IDF and is the product of years of hard won practical combat experience. Bullpup designs like the Tavor move the bolt carrier group and magazine behind the shooter’s strong hand, bringing most of the weight of the weapon closer to the shooter. This allows for a shorter package that is easier to control and faster to manipulate around obstacles in a CQB environment. Conventional CQB platforms are a trade-off between barrel length and long range energy and accuracy. However, the Tavor uses a 16.5 inch barrel giving it capability past 500 meters in package 26 inches long, 4 inches shorter than a collapsed M4. Its piston design and use of advanced composites give it outstanding performance out of water and in sandy environments.