The BSA bullpup (name unofficial) was an experimental British self-loading rifle designed by Birmingham Small Arms Co.

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The BSA bullpup was designed in the late 1940s. It was chambered for the .280 cartridge, and utilized two triggers; one in front of the magazine and one behind. It was purely experimental and not submitted to trials.

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