A firearm assembly, capable of firing bullets, includes a firearm assembly kit and a firing control unit (“FCU”). The FCU, in one embodiment, is disassembled from a handgun which is operable by one hand and capable of initiating firing a bullet when a trigger of the FCU is pulled. The firearm assembly kit is configured to house the FCU to form an operable firearm resembling a semiautomatic rifle operable by two hands. The kit includes a grip module and an extended firing slide (“EFS”). The grip module includes a handgrip, an FCU housing, a trigger guard, and a magazine port, wherein the trigger guard is situated between the handgrip and the magazine port which is located in front of the handgrip away from the user. The EFS facilitates firing of bullets from a magazine inserted in the magazine port via an extended firing pin.
A modified assembly configured for firearm capable of propelling ammunition is disclosed. The modified assembly, in some embodiments, includes a firing control unit (“FCU”) and a grip module. The FCU is a serialized trigger mechanism capable of initiating a directional object when a trigger of the FCU is pulled. The grip module, in some aspects, includes a hand grip, FCU housing, and rear stabilizing connector wherein the FCU housing is configured to house a removable FCU. The rear stabilizing connector, for example, is capable of coupling to a rear attachment for enhancing stability of the modified assembly. In alternative embodiments, the modified assembly further includes a slide assembly, barrel, barrel block, bolt, and return spring situated in the vicinity of the FCU for facilitating object launching process.
A bullpup-shaped rifle (“BSR”) or assault rifle (“AR”) able to expel a bullet is disclosed. In some embodiments, the BSR includes a firing control unit (“FCU”), grip module, bullpup rear attachment, and bolt and barrel assembly. The FCU is a serialized trigger mechanism capable of initiating launching a directional object when a trigger of the FCU is pulled. The grip module which contains a grip, FCU housing, and rear stabilizing connector, wherein the FCU housing is configured to house a removable FCU. The bullpup rear attachment which is coupled to the rear stabilizing connector for enhancing stability is configured to have a magazine port for receiving a magazine. The bolt and barrel assembly which is situated above the magazine port inside of the bullpup rear attachment behind the FCU facilitates the firing of the object.