Best Bullpup out there




 
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September 29th, 2011  
Yossarian
 
 

Topic: Best Bullpup out there


I don't know if there is already a thread like this on the IMF,

But what is the best bullpup in exsistance to date, according to anyone who replies opinion?

Let's be honest, I could use the same old same old rehashed comparison questions like this is some kind theatrical documentary with a very low budget. But I'll hold of on that,

Simple question , what bullpup would you use?

Yo,
September 29th, 2011  
lolwhassup
 
 
The AUG A3 or the TAR-21.
September 30th, 2011  
headwards
 
I been trained on the steyr a1. Its great dude, sight comes attached for long range accuracy, close range there are iron sights which are not so great but u can aim the barrel for real close range. Ive never been in combat but we use 20 yr old rifles in some cases and they still fire live round great. Its a good design, really rugged and durable.
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September 30th, 2011  
Yossarian
 
 
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Originally Posted by headwards
I been trained on the steyr a1. Its great dude, sight comes attached for long range accuracy, close range there are iron sights which are not so great but u can aim the barrel for real close range. Ive never been in combat but we use 20 yr old rifles in some cases and they still fire live round great. Its a good design, really rugged and durable.
Gotta agree, there is a reason so many militaries worldwide choose this platform for their armed forces.
September 30th, 2011  
LeEnfield
 
 
L86 Light Support Weapon

Calibre 5.56 mm
Weight 6.58 kg (with loaded magazine and optical sight)
Length 900 mm
Barrel Length 646 mm
Muzzle Velocity 970 m/s
Feed 30 round magazine
Effective Range 1000m
Cyclic Rate of Fire 610-775 rounds per minute
October 2nd, 2011  
5.56X45mm
 
 
I currently own two Bullpup designs. I've played with a ton of them. The QBZ-95, AUG, SA-80, FAMAS, Bushmaster M17S, etc.... out of them all my favorite is the FN P90. It's just designed from the ground up to be compact, lightweight, proper cartridge, and range.


My American made MSAR XM17-E4 Rifle. It's a AUG A2 clone with an updated NATO Stock. I love this rifle.... short compact, and uses my AR-15 magazines.


My baby.... the FN PS90 that I turned into a legal Short Barreled Rifle. This is my grab and go gun. When I travel she goes with me. When I sleep she is next to my bed. It's just the perfect self defense weapon.
October 2nd, 2011  
Yossarian
 
 
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Originally Posted by 5.56X45mm
I currently own two Bullpup designs. I've played with a ton of them. The QBZ-95, AUG, SA-80, FAMAS, Bushmaster M17S, etc.... out of them all my favorite is the FN P90. It's just designed from the ground up to be compact, lightweight, proper cartridge, and range.


My American made MSAR XM17-E4 Rifle. It's a AUG A2 clone with an updated NATO Stock. I love this rifle.... short compact, and uses my AR-15 magazines.


My baby.... the FN PS90 that I turned into a legal Short Barreled Rifle. This is my grab and go gun. When I travel she goes with me. When I sleep she is next to my bed. It's just the perfect self defense weapon.

Please stop posting borderline pornographic material!

There is just something about the AUG and Steyr variants that just appeals to me, proven to be effective and seemingly easy to handle.

Built for the shooter, what is not to adore?
October 3rd, 2011  
5.56X45mm
 
 
The AUG is not 100% perfect or built for the shooter. While it can be set up for a lefty it's not lefty friendly right off the bat. Mag changes are a little awkward especially with the NATO stock. The trigger is nothing to be happy about. The rifle is from the late 1960s to early 1970s in terms of it's design. It's been modernized a little here and there but it still hasn't been able to be as adaptable as the AR-15 series of rifle.

The P90 on the other hand was built from the ground up to be an awesome PDW and it does that job well. So far the only Bullpup rifle to ever hit the stage and steal the market is the P90. It's greatest achievement is it's magazine design. It's just revolutionary and simple at the same time. The cartridge it shoots does the job.

I simply purchased my AUG because I've always wanted one ever since I saw Die Hard as a little kid. Also the Baroness from Cobra used one and I always thought that she was a hot character as a kid too.
October 3rd, 2011  
Yossarian
 
 
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Originally Posted by 5.56X45mm
Also the Baroness from Cobra used one and I always thought that she was a hot character as a kid too.
Like I said built for the shooter.
 


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