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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Harold Alarcon led the Bullpups with 17 points while Quiambao tallied a double double of 15 points and 15 rebounds.
Possibly, the Type 86S was the grand-daddy to the current QBZ-95/Type 95 bullpups used by the Chinese military, introducing the Chinese military to a bullpup.
To put what might seem like a very heavy pull in perspective, I reviewed my notes on previous bullpups I've tested and the data was interesting: the Steyr AUG averaged 10.75 lbs., the FN FS2000, 9.5 lbs., and the Century International Arms AK bullpup, 11.5 lbs.
A little over a year ago, the design was acquired by Bond Arms, and I've been trying out one of the first examples of the Bond "Bullpup." The original Boberg pistol had some very unique features and they're carried on in this model.
When I was informed the K&M M17S bullpup uses a standard Elftmann Tactical trigger for a sub-5-pound pull, I knew I had to get one for testing.
Configured in an ultra-reliable bullpup design with thumbhole stock, it feeds from a:10-, 30-or 50-round translucent magazine.
The French Giat Famas bullpup rifle was the subject of a series of modifications, as the original weapon used proprietary magazines and was not equipped with suitable interfaces for aiming sights.
The Redtails also became the Navy's only S-2 squadron to operationally deploy the AGM-12 Bullpup air-to-surface missile.
I was conservative about the idea of a bullpup military rifle.
IWI has introduced its first bullpup shotgun, the TAVOR TS12.
I suspect firearm designers in every country have experimented, one time or another, with the concept of the bullpup design.
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.