Targets at the Bullpup Shoot were steel clangers. Easy for a .223 with a 4x optic, much harder for a 5.7×28 with a 6MOA CQB red dot. The gentleman with a PS90 had a hard time hitting the targets because his reticle completely covered up the steel, especially from 180 yards out.
However, he persevered and got the hits. His carry load was one 50-round magazine in the gun and three in a mag pouch, for a total of 200 shots. I am not sure how many he fired to get all the hits, but the rapid shots definitely proved the saturation tactic effective.
Considering that this carbine was intended for close-range arguments, the ability to get hits at 300 was rather impressive. Ammo isn’t cheap but it’s cheap enough when results are needed.