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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Unlike the beautifully-engineered Bond Bullpup, it was a disaster.
Equally interesting is the spillover of the military bullpup into the civilian market with models like the semi-automatic versions of the IWI Tavor, FN PS90, and Steyr AUG, but they're a pricey bunch and that's where JARD has an advantage.
is continuing the tradition of making the unusual bullpup with the 9mm J67.
During the first quarter of 2016, Bond Arms is refining and building the next generation of Bullpup pistols under its brand on a limited basis at its Texas facility.
repeating air rifle designed in the bullpup configuration that seems to be the current rage.
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.
Also at the conference, two new bullpup assault rifles were on display and demonstrated.
The British reaction was to formally adopt the EM-2 bullpup rifle and its .
The Order has a speed rating of 350 fps and features a weight-shedding, carbon-injected polymer barrel and TenPoint's Functionally Superior Bullpup stock.
When I heard K&M was making a new bullpup, I was intrigued.
market, more law enforcement agencies have shown interest in replacing their standard AR models for the compact, bullpup style of the TAVOR SAR," said Michael Kassnar, IWI US VP of sales and marketing.