Bullpup-style guns, with the magazine behind the grip, allow for a full-length barrel to fit into the space of shorter firearm, and a magazine-fed shotgun allows you to quickly reload your scattergun. Packing a devastating 12 gauge punch into a compact, easy to wield package, the new IFC Bullpup brings both those features to the table. Built on the success of the company's .410 AR upper, the IFC Bullpup is a new addition to the International Firearms Corporation lineup.
“When we decided to develop a bullpup, we reached out to our preferred dealers and some of our customers to see what they wanted, what we developed will certainly make an impact in the marketplace,” said Tony Mussatto, owner of IFC. “We couldn’t be happier with the shotgun, it has every detail and every added incentive that our customers wanted.”
With the 20-inch barrel length and just a 26-inch overall length, the IFC Bullpup is one of the more compact shotguns available on the market today. The shotgun features an adjustable cheek piece and flip up front and rear sights, and is chambered for up to three-inch shells, allowing it to handle common field loads (including slugs), all cycling through its gas operated system.
The gun also has a rear charging handle and a full-length Picatinny-compatible rail on the receiver, allowing it to mount additional accessories or optics. The Bullpup ships with a deluxe case, sling, shooting glasses and a removable front grip and will be available later in the first quarter of 2019.