ITL MARS Photo Gallery

Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu checks a Tavor and a Negev shortly after their introduction in 1997. Note that the Tavor in the photo is fitted with a MARS prototype.

 

PALSAR Golani operator during extreme weather training. The operator is armed with a M4A1 fitted with a flip-up sight, a MARS, a flashlight and a forward grip.

 

PALSAR Golani operators during training. From left to right - operator armed with a Sig P228 (in a thigh holster) and a M4A1 fitted with a MARS and a flashlight and a Smiley compensator; operator armed with a M4A1 fitted with an a flip-up sight, a Meprolight Mepro 21 Gen II, an ITL AIM2000 and a flashlight; operator armed with a M4A1 fitted with a Litton Aquila X4 and a forward grip. All M4A1 are also fitted pistol grips.

 

German soldiers joint training in Israel with IDF SF. The Israeli soldier (right) is armed with a M4A1 fitted with an AN/PEQ-14, a MARS, a forward grip and a rail system. Note a helmet mounted Adventure Lights VIP (photo: IDF).

 

IDF female instructor explains about a CTAR fitted with a MARS during a IDF exhibition. Note the CTAR is a later production model as can be seen by its black color, backup sights and a case deflector seen right behind the ejection port. Interestingly, note that the instructor is wearing a Shot Show 2005 ID lanyard, most likely given to her by one of the exhibitors which also participated in that conference.

 

Operator armed with a M4A1 fitted with a MARS, a rail system and an Israeli bipod.

 

Operator aiming an CTAR fitted with a MARS and an ITL Mini N/SEAS.

 

Boresighting a MARS fitted on a M4 Commando using an ITL BL10 dry zeroing device.

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