Bullpups Unlimited conversion of Remington 870

It actually works very well.

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13 Responses to Bullpups Unlimited conversion of Remington 870

  1. Tim says:

    That really doesn’t suck. It looks a lot less clunky than the old bullpup shotgun kits I remember like the Muzzlelite ones.

  2. Marty Wilsey says:

    How’s the trigger? All the bullpup conversions I have tried have had the worse triggers.

  3. David E says:

    Nice, I like it.

  4. Y. says:

    Even if it didn’t work well, it’d enjoy great success as a movie prop..

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  6. Incurvatus says:

    … because a crisp trigger break for all that precision sniping work with my .870 is more important than a compact close-quarters defensive design.

  7. James Cicalese says:


    It looks great and I love the bullpup concept. But what’s the advantage of this setup over a conventional 870? Are shells loaded behind the hand grip? Thanks.

    • Oleg Volk says:

      Yes, the feed opening is in the back. The advantages are greatly reduced length, better balance allowing one-handed control, less muzzle flip on firing.

  8. Dee Jay says:

    How’s the perceived recoil? And the muzzleflash?

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  10. roo_ster says:

    $360 retail for the bullpup kit. That is more than I pay for socially-oriented Rem870 shotguns. I usually get used police shotguns that clean up nice.

    It does make it a nice & short package, though, and is cheaper (combined cost) than teh Kel-Tec KSG.

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