« The TRG-21 is a bullpup assault rifle used by the FIA. It features an ergonomical design that supports accurate fire in harsh conditions. TRG-21 is lightweight, ambidextrous, easily serviceable and compatible with a large number of accessories. TRG-21 EGLM is mounted with an enhanced grenade launching module. A carbine variant is labeled TRG-20. Compared to TRG-21, it features a short barrel better suited for close quarters combat situations.
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TRG-20 5.56 mm
Faction FIA
Type Bullpup Carbine
Caliber 5.56×45 mm NATO
Variants TRG-21, TRG-21 EGLM

The TRG-20 is a 5.56 mm bullpup carbine used by FIA rebels in ArmA 3.


The TRG-20 is a carbine variant of the baseline TRG-21. As with its parent weapon, it is chambered to fire 5.56×45 mm NATO ammunition.

It loads from the same 30 round STANAG magazines and completely identical performance-wise, save for having a lower muzzle velocity of 840 m/s instead. The TRG-20 has the same capability of being able to mount accessories on its top and side rails, and can be fitted with muzzle attachments.


FIA guerrilla armed with the TRG-20.

Like the Mk20C used by AAF troopers, the TRG-20 is similarly ideal use by vehicle crews due to having a shorter barrel. While it has a lower muzzle velocity as a result of this, the TRG-20's compact profile inflicts less of an inertia penalty on the operator which makes it ideal for use in close quarters combat.

It should be noted that unlike the Mk20C, the TRG-20 does not suffer from having higher dispersion. It is just as accurate as the baseline TRG-21, though the lower muzzle velocity does limit its range slightly to just roughly 320-350 metres as a result (whereas the TRG-21 has an effective range of 500 metres).


  • Like its parent counterpart, the TRG-20 is directly based on the "Tavor" family of bullpup weapons designed by Israel Weapon Industries (IWI).
    • More specifically, it is based on the "CTAR-21", which is a short-barrelled variant of the baseline "TAR-21" rifle.


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Weapons of comparable role and configuration