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PDR-C

PDR-D

Magpul PDR
Country of origin

United States of America

Manufacturer(s)

Magpul

Designer(s)

Magpul

Year(s) designed

2012-present

Production began

2006

Weapon type

PDW

Caliber

5.56x45mm

Action

Gas-operated, rotating bolt

Overall length

19 inches (48 cm)

Barrel length

10.5 inches (26.7 cm) - 12.5 inches (31.8 cm)

Magazine/Cylinder capacity

STANAG magazine


The Magpul Personal Defense Rifle, or PDR, is a prototype bullpup rifle.

HistoryEdit

The PDR is a weapon by Magpul unveiled in 2006. While development may have halted as of 2011, it has garnered a bit of attention due to its space-age, futuristic look.

Design DetailsEdit

The PDR uses a short-stroke gas piston with a rotating bolt. It is a fully ambidextrous weapon.

VariantsEdit

PDR-C

The PDR-C (Compact) uses an FN P90-style pistol grip and ergonomics.

PDR-D

The PDR-D (Direct) uses a conventional pistol grip with a vertical grip, with an added safety nub to prevent users from injuring themselves.

TriviaEdit

  • The PDR has appeared in a few videogames, notably the Battlefield series;
    • Brink as the Bulpdaun SMG
    • Battlefield 3 as the PDW-R
    • Battlefield Play4Free as the PDW-R
    • Ghost Recon: Future Soldier as the PDR-C

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