Police & Law Enforcement, Military Arms
.223 Rem, .300 Blackout, 6.8 SPC
Scheduled for release 2015. The MDR has unrivaled portability because it is lightweight, compact, ergonomic, and balanced. The rifle is balanced at the pistol grip. The MDR is adaptable in both size and caliber. It can quickly convert between five calibers and it’s patent pending sighting system retains barrel zero without the need to compensate for any impact shift. The MDR is fully ambidextrous with no modifications necessary. Patent pending forward eject mechanism and intuitive controls set a new bullpup standard for speed and precision. Initial conversion kits are offered in .308 Winchester and .223 Remington in both 16” and 10.5” barrels. California and export-legal models will follow. Projected conversion kits after .223 and .308 are 6.8 SPC, 300 Blackout, and 7.62x39. The .223 MDR will accept standard AR-15 magazines and PMAGs, as well for the .308, where it will accept standard SR-25 and DPMS magazines. The MDR chassis will remain the same throughout all conversions. Conversion kits will include the barrel with the gas block, bolt head, and magazine well spacer.
|Caliber:||300 AAC Blackout|
|Rate of twist:||1 in 8"|
|Magazine type:||Standard AR-15 and PMAGs|