The bullpup himself.

The Bullpup

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The Bullpup's Rifle Pages

The Bullpup's Reloading Pages

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Welcome to The Bullpup!

I have two great firearm fascinations: bullpup guns and reloading ammunition. It's all from the point of view of that curmudgeonly imaginary creature in the upper right-hand corner: The Bullpup. Looking at him, I always think: yeah, I've had days like that myself.

Feel free to wander through and get a sight of the site. I hope it's interesting and I hope it's useful. What more can any website be?

By the way, I test these pages in Internet Explorer at 1024x768. If your resolution is lower than that, you may have to to some horizontal scrolling. Sorry about that; The Bullpup is a low-tech kinda dawg.

Robert W. Bethune


Please note: all images and copy on this website that don't belong to others are copyright 2008-the present by Robert Bethune, copyright registered with the US Copyright Office, all rights reserved. Anyone may view these images and pages or make copies of them for their own personal use as is allowed under US copyright law. However, I reserve all rights to reproduce or redisplay these images in any medium and by any means. In particular, I do not permit any re-display of these pages or pictures, whether by copying the image to another server, by framing these pages using pages on another server, or by linking to the images on this server in such a way that images or pages from this server appear at the same time or on the same screen as pages or images from any other server. Any such re-display or re-use of these pages or pictures will be treated as a violation of my copyright and I will pursue all remedies available to ensure that any such practice ends promptly.

This page and related pages are devoted to hand assembly of small arms ammuntion. All information presented here is based purely on my personal experience and does not constitute any recommendation to others nor any assurance that any action based on any information here is safe. Reloading ammunition is inherently hazardous and should not be attempted by anyone who does not know what they are doing and should only be done in accordance with data published by the component manufacturers. Failure to exercise proper care when hand assembling ammunition can result in serious injury, property damage, and death to the person doing the reloading or to others. I take no responsibility for any use made by others of any information presented on these pages because I have no control over the use others may make of it. I present this information purely for the interest it may have for others who share my interest in reloading.

For further information, please contact me.