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Larker
07-10-2007, 4:35 AM
I tried searching the forum, and it seems that there aren't any bullpups that are CA legal without pinning the mags, or some heavy modification to the bodies?

Course, the only bullpups I know of are the L85, the Famas, the PS90, the FS2000, and the AUG.

Are there any that can still keep detachable mags? But then again, I can't see how a bullpup can't have a thumbhole stock or pistol grip...

CalNRA
07-10-2007, 4:39 AM
e Walther G22 :p

tiger222
07-10-2007, 7:34 AM
you can get a post ban M17s bush hamster and install a fin behind the p-gip so your thumb can't reach over and make it evil..... they came with no muzzle device and it used AR mags.

or you can get the FN FS2000 and remove the gas piston and use it as a bolt action. same probably applies to the STG 556

the famas and aug are banned by name.

L85's are very very rare, last one I saw for sale was full set up as a LSW semi auto for $21K

also Ace stocks are coming out with an AR15 bullpup conversion kit and Keltec are coming out with a bullpup fal-ish type of rifle....

sen24
07-10-2007, 7:43 AM
i believe the steyr usr has a thumbhole that could be filled and the front grip could be removed. on the fs2000 you could add a bit of length and fill the thumbhole.

1064chubbs
07-10-2007, 9:33 AM
you can always go rimfire and they're bullpup stocks out there for the ruger 10/22 and like CalNRA said the G22 is also fine as is no modification required.

Larker
07-10-2007, 12:09 PM
I was hoping to at least get something in a .223... I'll look into the AR conversion and the Kel-tec. Thanks for your help!

Josh3239
07-10-2007, 12:14 PM
There is a dress up kit for some kind of .22 that makes the rifle look like an MP5 on gunbroker.com

Nefarious
07-10-2007, 12:17 PM
I was hoping to at least get something in a .223... I'll look into the AR conversion and the Kel-tec. Thanks for your help!

Because I was interested
http://www.kel-tec-cnc.com/images/downloads/RFB_Flyer_SHOT_2007_web.pdf

Middle of the page for the video of it in action
http://www.kel-tec-cnc.com/download.html

Larker
07-10-2007, 12:29 PM
Because I was interested
http://www.kel-tec-cnc.com/images/downloads/RFB_Flyer_SHOT_2007_web.pdf

Middle of the page for the video of it in action
http://www.kel-tec-cnc.com/download.html

That's actually not too shabby! And in 7.62 NATO no less! XD But with that pistol grip I'd have to pin the magazine or install a bullet button wouldn't I?

I'll make sure to browse over the stickies some more before I ask anymore silly questions.

I've shot my friend's Kel-tec SU-16, and it was a pretty fun little rifle when it worked properly. Although, about half the time it'd jam (abotu every 15-30 rounds or so), or have feeding issues which would send the grouping about 1' to the left at about 50m. =/ He had also explained to me that it was a common problem for that model... So I'm a little wary of Kel-Tec.

Thanks for the link.

Sal
07-10-2007, 2:14 PM
I've got a kit in the works for the FS-2000

Im also waiting on my first production run to be done on my PS90 kits, so you'll have two options there.

The Soup Nazi
07-10-2007, 2:33 PM
You can put a bullet button on the Bushmaster M17.