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    Re: Civilian Bullpup Rifle Question

    Here is another company that makes SKS, AK and a Mosoin bullpups

    http://www.cbrps.com/

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    Re: Civilian Bullpup Rifle Question

    Yeah I took a long look at the stuff on their website. If you look close, they resemble erector sets...

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    Re: Civilian Bullpup Rifle Question

    So I have been doing A LOT of emails and phone calls on bullpup kits recently.

    It boils down to this....if you see one in person...you better buy it!
    EVERYONE who makes one has a waiting list. SGW, CBPRS, KVAR, KUSHNAPUP. All of them.

    Even the Century AKM bullpup set up, formerly made by Kvar-but they sold the rights to Century, is practically vaporware.
    Most of these companies have presold set-ups, but can't seem to afford production quantities in excess of a few 1000 units at a time.

    My thought is, if you are cutting the price margin so close that you can't take a preorder for one stock...and pay for the production of 2 units....either you over complicated the design, you production team is screwing you on pricing, or you are ripping people off and pocketing the cash.

    Makes me want to go into business myself.

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    Re: Civilian Bullpup Rifle Question

    I can't agree more with that...

    Long live the bullpup in a land where SBR are a fantasy...

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    Re: Civilian Bullpup Rifle Question

    I purchased a stock like the one pictured, but it is not made of sheet metal. It shipped the same day, so they are obviously in stock and not one of those Pre-Order fantasies. I have a collection of M14s in various stocks, so this is just another project. I bought it from Juggernaut Tactical http://www.jtactical.com/. I ordered a left side charging handle with it. It will be nice to be able to load mags without having to flip my weapon. We will see how the build goes. The trigger is supposed to be very well done. Here is the manf. pic


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    Re: Civilian Bullpup Rifle Question

    I like that chassis set up, it's to bad they don't make them for the Mini's.

    But I wonder if that would work for my BM-59's?


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    Re: Civilian Bullpup Rifle Question

    Quote Originally Posted by sthcave
    ...Mag changes were slower, but I believe that that is a flaw inherent in all bull-pups. I did not torture test the weapon, but I would imagine it holds up extremely well in adverse conditions.
    I believe this is an operator training error not a flaw with the bullpup. If some one is trained on a traditional setup (forward magwell), a bullpup take some getting use too. Muscle Memory.


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    Re: Civilian Bullpup Rifle Question

    Walther WA 2000 anyone? only $75k.


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    Re: Civilian Bullpup Rifle Question

    Can you imagine the blast from the 300 Win Mag, 10inches from your face???

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    Re: Civilian Bullpup Rifle Question

    Quote Originally Posted by Freelancer1972
    Can you imagine the blast from the 300 Win Mag, 10inches from your face???
    Perfect for hot weather fighting....the weapon comes equipped with it's own wind generator.
    ks

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