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    Default Re: New invention: hybrid between bullpup and conventional firearms

    Quote Originally Posted by Gunsnwater View Post
    What is Pho yo? I do not know of Pho. I only know snow, ho ho ho.

    Vietnamese beef stew with all the fixins.
    Meal and a half in a bowl.
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    Default Re: New invention: hybrid between bullpup and conventional firearms

    Quote Originally Posted by ammo View Post
    While I've not had time to delve into viewing all of the information you've posted, I must advise you, with all due respect, to contact either US and/or International patent attorneys for this if you've not done so already.

    Now I've got a craving for Pho!
    My thoughts also and I'll for go the Pho.

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    Default Re: New invention: hybrid between bullpup and conventional firearms

    Quote Originally Posted by DK23 View Post
    That's because it takes phoever to make. Some of my Asian friends make it, but only when a lot of people are over because it's a waste to make it in small portions.
    Yeah I hear ya.
    The restaurants that do it right cook it in a pot big enough to take a bath in.
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    Default Re: New invention: hybrid between bullpup and conventional firearms

    Quote Originally Posted by Rosco the Iroc View Post
    ah, uh,mmm,ok that's neat.

    Don't know why you posted it on PAFOA. Or what your asking, I assume your asking for something.
    "As the independent inventor, I am looking for feedback, comment, and cooperation to design, build and market this invention"
    and investors i'd say. which in all is fine, if it's allowed per rules.

    my main question is, what purpose does this serve? the bullpup is a design that eliminates some problems with a conventional rifle. has the benefit of providing a more compact package.
    a standard rifle has benefits over a bullpup and doesn't suffer the issue of placing your cheek against an explosive action.
    it may be "fun" to have both in one, like a .22/.410 combo gun but what purpose does this product serve other than fun or coolness?

    contact a patent office as others have said. there are countless patents on file for things that make either no sense or no sense to patent, future proofing. if anyone wants to do something similar, bam already patented against it. one day your concept might be the next double barrel pump or dual tube pump. or some other kooky thing that sells like the airbow.
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    Default Re: New invention: hybrid between bullpup and conventional firearms

    Not sure if you know or not, but for patents, in the US, it's "first to file" - so hopefully you've filed. If not, disclosing here was a big mistake.

    Secondly...... WHY?

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    Default Re: New invention: hybrid between bullpup and conventional firearms

    I don't know what others are thinking, but my feeling is that the OP is suspect.
    I find it highly doubtful that a private citizen (subject) can design and build firearms in communist Vietnam.
    It is also suspect that said weapons designer would post legitimate firearms designs on this website.
    My original thought was that the attachments were suspect and should not be opened.
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    Default Re: New invention: hybrid between bullpup and conventional firearms

    Meh, I can see his idea having some usefulness in military applications.

    A soldier could field the "standard" rifle while out on patrol and if the need for close quarters arose it could be switched into the bullpup mode.

    Not saying it's practical, but I could see at least some limited scenarios where it might be useful.
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    Default Re: New invention: hybrid between bullpup and conventional firearms

    Quote Originally Posted by Berncly View Post
    I don't know what others are thinking, but my feeling is that the OP is suspect.
    I find it highly doubtful that a private citizen (subject) can design and build firearms in communist Vietnam.
    It is also suspect that said weapons designer would post legitimate firearms designs on this website.
    My original thought was that the attachments were suspect and should not be opened.
    this kind of went without saying. especially after people were more concerned with food than the designs.
    and this
    "2/ Personal opinion about hunting
    As the sole inventor, I am against the killing of animal for any purpose, which mostly means hunting for fun or for food. Anyone must agree with this condition to buy or use the invention"
    i mean... i did mention eating the neighbors. but i also love critters. deer and bunnies, turkeys and ducks even squirrels.
    Quote Originally Posted by 39flathead View Post
    Meh, I can see his idea having some usefulness in military applications.

    A soldier could field the "standard" rifle while out on patrol and if the need for close quarters arose it could be switched into the bullpup mode.

    Not saying it's practical, but I could see at least some limited scenarios where it might be useful.
    the barrel length is the same so there is no advantage in longer ranges, he could field the M4 or the bullpup at all times. shame we couldn't utilize threaded barrel extensions. impossible to get rifling to line up?

    firearm simplicity is a good thing, if it breaks, it should be easy to fix. this does not look like it's making anything more simple.
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    Default Re: New invention: hybrid between bullpup and conventional firearms

    Quote Originally Posted by fallenleader View Post
    this kind of went without saying.
    Sorry, I can be a little slow to the trough at times.
    I didn't actually read much of the posts other than the intro.
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    Default Re: New invention: hybrid between bullpup and conventional firearms

    Generally, over decades of living, I do not believe I have seen a two-in-one design that did not do both jobs at 80 percent, as opposed to a dedicated design which reaches 100 percent. The designs on paper look interesting. The losses due to compromises would show up in the real world. Guess one can only contemplate what the product accomplishes, and is it needed.

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