Guys, I'm thinking of doing this for my Bushy, but it would work for any rifle with a under foregrip Picatinny rail. I'm thinking about taking this scope mount; (Clicky for a larger image) And then having a gunsmith create a picatinny to picatinny adapter, so I can mount the actual Steyr M40-A1 to the fore rail of my Bushmaster Bullpup, to use the Pistol itself as the foregrip. So in actuality, should the need arise, I can use the rifle for long range, while taking care of short range problems with the .40, all at the same time. The Scope mount it'self seems to be made from stern materials, and run on both sides of the slide, so they will provide enough support the front of the bullpup, which isn't that heavy to start with. The final picture should look something like this; (Clicky for a larger image) What do you guys think?