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SRSS stands for Short Rifle Stock Systems

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Short Rifle Stock Systems "Bulldog 762". 1,405 likes · 5 talking about this. The BullDog 762 transforms the M-14 (M1A) to an ideal combat rifle by...
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Brand new from Short Rifle Stock Systems, Inc. , is the Bulldog 762, not a “bullpup,” but a Bulldog. Designed by retired US Marine, Sgt.
Last Friday, DefenseReview (DR) received a heads-up email from our good friend Rich Cabral (Richard Cabral) stating that the upcoming issue SWAT Magazine, being released this week, will feature an article on the Short Rifle Stock System SRSS BullDog 762 Gen-4 16" bullpup M14/M1A 7. 62mm NATO (7. 62x51mm NATO)/. 308 Win. battle rifle/carbine by one Chris Adams. As it happens, DR has fired two previous-gen versions of the BullDog762 at the range, published a couple of articles on the BullDog 762 Gen-3, published a piece on the BullDog762 Gen-2, and we shot some impromptu photos of the BulldDog762 Gen-4 with a GRSC CRS-16 M4-62 tactical scope mounted on it at SHOT Show 2012 when we ran into Cabral and FrogLube CEO Larry Lasky walking the floor in one of the exhibition halls.
I met the owner of Short Rifle Stock Systems, Inc. , Richard Cabral, at the 2008 SHOT Show. He served in the Marine Corps and the Army National Guard. He LOVES the M14. I found him very pleasant and very knowledgeable. At the 2008 SHOT Show, I fondled what I call the "first generation" SRSS M14 stock.
62mm NATO battle rifle going to combat in Stan (Afghanistan), and we’re currently waiting on a field report on it. In the meantime, Short Rifle Stock Systems Inc. (SRSS) has just released a short test/demonstration video.
Rich's Story: The Short Rifles M14/M1A Stock System was designed by Sgt. Richard Cabral (USMC Ret.). Rich had used the M14 in combat in as a Marine in...