Because of the crappy portrait style video from far away I can’t really 100% tell what’s going on. It looks to me like there’s some type of plunger at the back of the shotgun, which is likely in contact with the firing pin. The cable then whacks that and… BOOM.
Am I totally wrong? Let me know in the comments.
Shotguns are so pedestrian… where’s the .50 BMG compound bow conversion?
A Saiga 12 drop in conversion that appears to work well:
I am really a fan of how bullpups look. Having that action right against my face makes me kind of uneasy, but I suppose having regular rifle actions a few inches away isn’t really much different if some sort of catastrophic failure were to happen.
Anyone shot a Kushnapup before? How’s the trigger on it? Any other thoughts?
Is it worth saving $17.90 and attempting the modification yourself? Probably not, if the pre done one is done correctly and the person actually sends it. The once concern I have though is that the original Xbox 360 buttons are smooth rounded plastic, which you would be replacing with 9mm brass which has a fairly square edge on it. I could see my thumb being worn raw and developing a classic NES blister… which would be cool to reminisce over for a minute, but then would be annoying.
If you need a carbine and don’t want to break the bank this might be a good option. Maybe it’s the price point, but something makes me uneasy about modifying $169-$315 guns to shoot higher pressure rounds. The gun store guys are known for their hi-point torture tests, which proves they are very resilient. I just don’t know if I can get over that in my mind though.