AR bullpup conversion.

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  • alucard0822

    For great Justice
    Oct 29, 2007
    Now, THAT I would consider buying.
    These take standard AR15 lowers inside the bullpup housing, then top with most a "bufferless" upper. Would like one that can take fat handguards, for tucking cans. Think an AR22 upper should work really easily with it. There are a couple AR9s that might, the Brownells BRN-9 would be epic, especially if you could tuck a can in side handguards with a short barrel. I want one, if nothing else I have a mil-spec DPMS SBR lower, and would love to slap something like a Sylvan arms block in and run 9mm in GLOCK mags through it, and shoot 5.56, 300BO, 22 and 9mm with just an upper and/or mag block to swap them.


    Ultimate Member
    Industry Partner
    Aug 17, 2011
    Guess if I had to, I could train myself to become right eye/hand dominant on long guns..., not a bad looking development mule.


    Ultimate Member
    Aug 2, 2009
    I, personally, don't like bullpups. You can have them all.

    I really like the * idea * of bullpups , particularly in the context of .223 with 20 inch plus bbl length , and 26 ( or 29 in Md) inch OAL , that has a medium good trigger , and overall doesn't suck .


    SCSC/NRA life member. MSI member
    Oct 29, 2005
    So, if we use an already purchased MD-copasetic rifle and drop it into one of these chassis (either in OP or the A3 Triad), it's safe to assume we still have to abide by the 29" rule?

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