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|Place of origin||Bulgaria|
|Barrel length||450 mm|
|Cartridge||5,56 x 45 mm
7,62 x 51 mm
7,62 x 39 mm
|Rate of fire||600 - 900 rounds/min|
The Bakalov is a Bulgarian assault rifle of bullpup configuration, named for its creator Georgi Delchev Bakalov.
It consists of 72 pieces, many of which based on the Kalashnikov design, reconfigured as a bullpup rifle.
The firearm is chambered for several Warsaw Pact cartridges, such as the 7.62x39mm, as well as the NATO 5.56x45mm and 7.62x51mm cartridges.
The Bakalov is able to propel a 40mm rifle grenade.