This is the Israeli "Tavor." It is the current military rifle of that country. I guess that they like it. But, I don't! I am too old fashioned, I guess. I prefer rifles that look like rifles. There may be some advantage to having "Bullpup" guns, but, I don't see it!
Here is some info about it: I copied it from militarytimes.
After a 2 year hiatus, CDD is back with shotguns, AR15s, and several different pistols. However, that isn’t what interested us most. Michael was kind enough to show us his newest project, which as you can see from the below picture, is the Tavor. There are a few issues to deal with including barrels which don’t come in the US legal standard 16″, but the barrel shown below meets the legal 16″ OAL by having its flash suppressor pinned and welded in place. Michael wants to ensure the production models don’t have that issue, and since we won’t be seeing these on shelves until the end of the year at best, he certainly has some time to get the production issues worked out.
For anyone unfamiliar, the Tavor is the Israeli bullpup assault rifle which uses a piston system. We’ve already let Michael Kassnar know we are interested in putting a couple thousand rounds or so through one when they are in production status.