Either way has been used a lot. I say car bean.
Here is a thread for me and any others to post questions that only require one or two posts for an answer. Sometimes when I read other's posts I have a question and I don't want to hijack the thread.
So, I was reading a thread and I got to wondering.....
Is 'carbine' pronounced "Carb*eye*n" or "Car*bean*"?
Please be patient with me. I am pretty new to guns and I ask a lot of basic questions.
i have always called it "car bean" too. pretty much most people i know pronounce it that way.Either way has been used a lot. I say car bean.
"Bullpup" describes a modern firearm configuration in which the action is located behind the trigger group and alongside the shooter's face, so there is no wasted space for the buttstock as in conventional designs. This permits a shorter firearm length for the same barrel length for improved maneuverability, and reduces weight.[
Google Steyer AUG rifles. they are a bullpup design.Very interesting. Thank you. That was a great read and easy to understand.
I'm not an expert on the subject but I'll give my thoughts as to why.Yeah, it's me again. Please be patient with my questions. I am sincerely trying to learn.
In going over this thread and wishing I had a rifle, I noticed some of these rifles seem to have shorter barrels than others. Why is that? I imagine there is some sort of advantage/disadvantage to these barrel lengths. Anyone want to educate me with patience? I know my questions can get annoying.
Here is a link for you to review. It gives pictorials that explain it better and faster than I can.What's the difference between Trap and Skeet? Aren't both shooting flying clays?