Tactical Details

Nothing about the TS12 is conventional, normal, or mundane. Like all Israeli weapons, the TS12 was designed by real world operators for real world applications. The synergistic end result offers capabilities not found anywhere else.

M-LOK slots abound and there are four standard sling attachment points. The full-length Picatinny rail up top has more space for optics than you might ever use. The muzzle is threaded for standard Benelli/Beretta choke tubes.

The reversible charging handle is easily accessible. The short-stroke piston-driven gas system employs a two-position gas regulator for low and high-power rounds. Once broken in a bit, the TS12 was monotonously reliable with everything I fed it to include cheap low brass bulk birdshot. The gun feeds 2-3/4 or 3” rounds.

The forearm is actually a single cluster of rotating polymer magazine tubes. You can load the magazine tubes from either side. Each tube will accept either four 3” rounds or five 2-3/4” shells. The manual of arms is a bit unconventional, but it doesn’t take long to master.