I did share this on the FB page a while ago, but thought I'd share it with the rest of you who don't use FB. This is my bullpup EAT. It has the full functionality of a regular EAT, except in bullpup configuration, meaning the clip (mag) and firing mechanism are behind the trigger.
It uses parts from an EAT, a Retal stock, a Raider and the faux barrel of an LSFG. It took me over a month to actually get working properly, since it was more trial and error than anything else.
I built it partly as just a proof of concept, and partly for use at Uni games, however it doesn't have enough power to requisite its use over any good clip (mag) fed flywheeler. Sadly due to the way I've done certain things, and my lack of any welding tools, the bullpup EAT is not capable of using an OMW 5kg spring without breaking, so I use a US spec stock spring with a hot glue spacer with the AR removed for maximum possible power.
One minor but very useful feature is the lever clip (mag) release, implemented with a few scraps of plastic and a few small cuts into the shell. It works really well, being easy to use and reliable.
Note the lengthened priming rod that runs all the way from the front to the boltsled, as with a regular EAT. Naturally this one is significantly longer because the handle is now in the middle, so I used a section of the Raider's priming rod to extend it. Sadly as I lack access to welding or casting, the rod had to be joined together using JB weld and some aluminium sheet. I can't use an OMW 5kg spring in the bullpup EAT because the priming rod just breaks at the joins, while a stock spring doesn't.
Here's a video of it loading and firing.
The bullpup EAT is probably my most ambitious unique project, and though it didn't work totally as planned, it does work decently enough for me to be satisfied with it for a first version.
Do let me know in the comments what you think of it.