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    Civilian Bullpup Rifle Question

    I know of the following CENTERFIRE rifles in bullpup configuration that are available to civilians. Can anyone think of others (not including custom and .22s like the Ruger 10/22)?

    MSAR STG-556
    Walther WA2000 (only $60,000 last I checked...if you can find one)
    Keltec RFB
    FN FS2000
    FN PS90

    I like bullpups, miss my MSAR STG-556, and am in the market for another (want to try something other than the MSAR).

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    Re: Civilian Bullpup Rifle Question

    Kel-Tech KSG (but that's a shotgun)
    TPD AXR (AUG clone)
    Steyr AUG, AUG A3, USR

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    Re: Civilian Bullpup Rifle Question

    Ak's
    Saigas
    SKS

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    Re: Civilian Bullpup Rifle Question

    bushmaster made a bullpup for a short while.


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    Re: Civilian Bullpup Rifle Question

    Oh, and you can have a Tavor if you move to Canada.

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    Re: Civilian Bullpup Rifle Question

    Quote Originally Posted by Dan_93SER
    Oh, and you can have a Tavor if you move to Canada.
    I was jsut looking at that one...very nice

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    Re: Civilian Bullpup Rifle Question

    There is the korean one, I think modeled off the AR system. I can't remember the name right now.

    The Bushmaster all aluminum one, The M17 is another.


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    Re: Civilian Bullpup Rifle Question

    There's a custom bullpup AK74 floating round the state, that I sold to someone over on Armslist. Last I saw, he was reselling it.

    There's also the bullpup SKS another member is selling here, unless it's gone already.


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    Re: Civilian Bullpup Rifle Question

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    Re: Civilian Bullpup Rifle Question

    I'm a big fan of bullpups and have owned a couple. But ultimately sold them because they definitely had their quirks.

    My favorite concept design is the magpul PDR. http://www.magpul.com/pdfs/PDRtech_PR.pdf

    Sadly I think the bullpup selection is dying out. I've just been doing some research and have noted that MSAR (microtech's arms company) has filed chapter 11. Sabre who was making the Steyr Mann AUG A3 has also gone under. The Tavor was supposed to be part of Charles Daly's plan prior to their folding. What is left is the FS2000 and PS90 both from FN who is not going anywhere but I'm not sure if I'm sold on either the ps90's caliber or the fs2000's lack of a BHO, which I have only handled and never shot. There's the Kel-tec RFB, but....ehhhh I'll give it a fair chance when it's gone through the "beta testing".

    The pdr pdf still has me drooling, all they have to do is put a 16" barrel to make it WA legal and I'd be about $1500-$1800 poorer.

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