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.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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The other challenge in bull-pup design is the trigger.
Some companies, such as Darton, Carbon Express, Mission and Killer Instinct, went with a "bull-pup" stock design, where the trigger and rear grip are moved forward and the rear stock is shortened.
The new company, IWI US Inc., will introduce its bull-pup TAVOR SAR (Semi-Automatic Rifle) and UZI PRO pistol at SHOT Show.
"Bull-pup" crossbow designs shorten overall bow length while maintaining the power stroke.
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.