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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The rifle features: a bull-pup design, has an open architecture which consists of a NATO tri-rail system and an integrated side-loading 40mm grenade launcher that can be rapidly attached.
will introduce its bull-pup TAVOR SAR (Semi-Automatic Rifle) and UZI PRO pistol at SHOT Show.
The cocking mechanism on a bull-pup style is typically behind the trigger and connected by a trigger linkage.
Several other models, such as the Carbon Express Covert series, the new Horton Storm RDX and Legend UltraLite and TenPoint Stealth FX4 use a bull-pup stock to reduce length.
There was a lot of interest at SHOT in the radical new shotgun from Kel-Tec, the KSG dual-feed, bull-pup, pump-action shotgun.
The Covert SLS features a slimline design for increased maneuverability and an Advanced Bull-Pup stock design with rubber-like SilenTech exterior finish and fully adjustable forearm and five-position tactical foregrip on a nineinch, adjustable Picatinny rail system.
Carbon Express retained many of the original Covert's features, such as an Advanced Bull-Pup stock with adjustable forearm and five-position tactical foregrip on a nine-inch adjustable Picatinny rail for mounting accessories.