I only fired a bullpup one time a long time ago, it was fairly accurate, but uncomfortable to operate and clumsy to assume and use any position other than offhand. The back-heavy balance actually helped me with long-range slow fire in the offhand position, but multiple target aquisition was hampered by this, the muzzle doesn't swing smooth to the target.
With time and practice you can get pretty handy with a bullpup, but it's something to get used to, to be sure.
"You can never have too many guns, yo-yos, or crayons"- Mrs. Hotlead speaking to my Nephew Easter morning.
"Yeah, your 9mm "might" expand when it hits the target, but my .45 sure as hell won't shrink."- Me argueing with my Brother about pistol calibers.
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BANG....yeah baby, one shot, one ki..........dang it................BANG