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PSDR-3
SEK PSDR-3
Country of origin

Germany

Manufacturer(s)

Peters-Stahl

Designer(s)

Joe Peters

Year(s) designed

1993

Weapon type

Revolver

Caliber

.45 ACP

Action

Double action

Magazine/Cylinder capacity

6 rounds


The SEK PSDR-3 is a suppressed revolver designed and manufactured by Peters-Stahl, a German firearms company.

OverviewEdit

The PSDR-3 is essentially a suppressed Smith & Wesson Model 625. The barrel is totally encased by the huge suppressor, which is filled with baffles. The suppressor also covers the cylinder, but folds open via a trapdoor to allow reloading. The PSDR-3 is also fitted with a scope, since the suppressor covers the iron sights. Although unwieldy, the PSDR-3 is reportedly a very silent weapon, and one of the world's first truly suppressed revolvers. It is not available for sale commercially, and was built in limited numbers.

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