Video — Strange bullpup Rifles

The world is a big place and it’s easy to get tunnel vision regarding small arms. The fact is, we live in a Glock, AR and AK world. But there are many people who do not. The Singapore City State military issues an indigenous bullpup rifle as their standard infantry arm. This video does a good job of showing it.

 

Rifle: SAR 21

Singapore Assault Rifle 21st Century
Weight
SAR 21 Light Weight Carbine 3 kg (6.6 lb)

Length
640 mm (25.2 in) (SAR 21 Light Weight Carbine)
Barrel length
508 mm (20.0 in)[1]

Cartridge 5.56×45mm NATO[1] Barrels
Single barrel 1:12″ and 1:7″ twist options [3] Action
Gas-operated, rotating bolt
Rate of fire
450–650 rounds/min[1] Muzzle velocity
970 m/s (3,182 ft/s) (M193)
945 m/s (3,100.4 ft/s) (SS109)
Effective firing range
460 m (M193)
800 m (SS109)
Feed system
30-round detachable box magazine; proprietary or STANAG magazines[3] Sights
1.5x or 3x optical sight; back-up iron sights

 

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