Bullpup


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Bullpup

[′bu̇l‚pəp]
(ordnance)
A U.S. Navy air-to-surface radio-guided missile used against enemy tanks, bridges, and other small targets.
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As mentioned before, the bullpup style is compact, placing you right in the action.
In other bullpup rifles, this is usually due to a long transfer-bar system that has to manipulate a sear in a trigger pack that's closer to your shoulder than your trigger finger.
With a length-of-pull of 12 inches and OAL of only 29 inches, the bullpup has a distinctive feel and handling characteristic quite unlike a conventional firearm.
Even Century International Arms lately produced a successful bullpup version of the AKM-47.
A bullpup style rifle, the L64, was introduced along with the new round.
In service by many countries around the world, many in America have longed for the arrival of the Tavor family of bullpup rifles.
The same could be said for Singapore Technologies' SAR 21 bullpup, which made its U.
The update will reportedly introduce vehicles like Pegassi Zentorno and Dinka Thrust, weapons like Bullpup Rifle and players can also expect the addition of new jobs, (http://www.
Kel-Tec introduces the RDB bullpup rifle, chambered in .
56 Bullpup Multirole Combat Rifle, a new family of rifles with multi-role capabilities.