Brian at Homeland Guns “Link Here” Was able to get us one of the first production Kel Tec RDB bullpup rifles on the market to play with. So far the new RDB is a winner, we had no real malfunctions except one magazine failed to lock the bolt open on the last round. The RDB is fully ambidextrous with a bolt release & selector on both sides of the gun and a truly ambi magazine release, similar to the Tavor mag release. The new bullpup also has a charging handle that is non-reciprocating and can be placed on either the right or left side of the weapon. The barrel is a 17.4″ with a 1-7 twist, which is different from some of the pre production rifles that were 1-9. I really have to give it to Kel Tec on the new RDB, it is everything that we hoped it would be. If you would like to learn more about the new Kel Tec RDB check out their website Here
Here is our look at the FN FS2000 Bullpup Rifle. To say that the fs2000 looks are unconventional would be an understatement! That doesn’t mean that it’s not a great rifle though. The FN FS2000 isn’t for everyone, but to us it’s still one of the coolest weapons out there. Sure it may look like you just stepped off the set of Starship Troopers, but who cares when you have something this cool and unique to play with. In our testing the gun has proven to be very reliable with a variety of ammunition. The recoil is very smooth and manageable. The factory sight on the FN is similar to the Seyer AUG doughnut sight, again not for everyone. The gun is pretty easy to breakdown and clean after you know how to do it, but it can be tricky for the first timer. We would like to thank Homeland Guns for putting on this range day, and officer Yeti for bringing his FN FS2000’s for us to play with! Don’t forget to subscribe to our YouTube Channel and like us on Facebook and follow us on Instagram.