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Old 10-05-2012, 10:45 PM   #1
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Default mini 14 bullpup stock

where can i get one?
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Old 10-05-2012, 11:08 PM   #2
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http://www.bullpupgunstocks.com/

On their homepage there is one that is supposed to work for mini 14 and Mini 30. Note sure if that's what you were looking for. BTW, I haven't bought through these people before so I can't tell you how their product/service is.
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thanks for the lead.

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MidwayUSA.com. Last I checked they had em for $99.99

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Thats basically what I'm looking for but preferably in aluminum.
Know of anyone else?

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I bought one quite a few years back. It was so cheap and shakey that I returned it. Luckily there was no problem getting credit refund on the return.

Sure wouldn't mind hearing the results of your find of the future.

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What are the advantages of the bullpup stock? I've seen a couple and really don't care for the looks of them. But beauty is in the eye of the beholder. Is it the look you guys like or is there some tactical advantage?

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It's just like compacting the gun. It's really just tacticool, but it would look good on the shop wall and can potentially double the price of the gun.

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The idea behind a bullpup is to have a smaller rifle without sacrificing barrel length or ergonomic grip. By moving the action back into the buttstock you reduce the overall length of the rifle but you don't have to cut the barrel down to do it. This means that in theory the rifle would be more effective in close quarters situations. It also means it is less clumsy when hanging on a sling say during a transition to pistol. It does mean relearning the ergonomic considerations of a new platform and getting used to the controls in places you may not be used to.

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Good answer. Thanks for elaborating for me. Lol
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