The MDRX Micron is designed for consumers searching for the ultimate concealable personal defense weapon. The Micron conversion kit quickly converts your MDRX rifle into the shortest rifle in the world with an 11.5” barrel. The 23.43” MDRX Micron offers superior ballistics when compared to traditional 5.56 SBR rifles with similar overall length. The Micron’s incredible versatility in close quater situations makes it the perfect weapon for personal defense because it can go where you go.

New for 2020, the Desert Tech MDRX, takes the company’s revolutionary bullpup rifle design to the next level. MDRX rifles now feature an upgraded polymer resin formula for enhanced durability against high impact falls. Additionally, gas block drainage on the MDRX has been improved to dramatically increase reliability after submersion in mud and water. The trigger of the MDRX has been improved, providing a lighter pull with less creep. All MDRX rifles now feature the new Ratchet Compensator, which provides excellent control and recoil reduction without subjecting the shooter to gas blowback.

Built on a gas piston system and featuring a compact bullpup design, the MDRX flawlessly combines functionality, modularity, and ergonomics. The new MDRX-SE now allows for traditional side ejection and offers nearly a half pound in weight savings over forward ejection MDRX rifles. MDRX-SE rifles can easily be converted to left or right configurations and forward ejection conversion kits are available. The rifle features a full length Picatinny rail that extends to the end of the handguard as well as industry standard M-Lok attachment points. The MDRX-SE is available chambered for .223 Wylde.

  • Barrel Length: 11.5 in
  • Caliber: 223 Remington
  • Twist Rate: 1:7
  • Weight: 3,33 kg
  • Trigger resistance: 20-27 N
  • Dimensions: 595mm x 202,7mm x 80.5 mm

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Desert Tech MDRx Micron, cal. .223 rem

  • 3 435,00€

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