it's a "bullpup" model. the magazine is in the back because the barrel is recessed back into the body of the rifle. it's a carbine size assault rifle with better accuracy than standard carbine rifles, and it is glorious.
really? whats the ammo capacity then? given the vertical space confinement of the buttstock vs the horizontal length of the traditional P90, id have to imagine the ammo capacity is deminished quite a bit.
oh btw on that subject, do you know how a P90's magazine feeds rounds into the chamber? I just dont get how bullets that lay one direction can feed into a weapon thats going at a 90 degree difference.
Of course! Now as long as you have the proper tools, a good cover, a workbench, an extra magazine, not lose the parts and have the time, you can complete the reload IN-BATTLE in 3 MINUTES AND 58 SECONDS! WOW~