Desert Tech Introduces the Micro Dynamic Rifle at 2014 SHOT Show

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posted on January 14, 2014
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Desert Tech announces the Micro Dynamic Rifle (MDR) for SHOT Show 2014. The MDR is a perfectly balanced compact semi-automatic loading bullpup rifle that gives LE, Military and Government agencies the unrivaled ability to adapt and maneuver. The MDR converts without tools between 5 calibers. Using innovative technology such as the patent pending forward ejection mechanism and 100% ambidextrous controls the MDR can be used by any operator in any position.

• Portability - The MDR has unrivaled porta­bility because it is lightweight, com- pact, ergonomic, and balanced with an overall length of 26" (or 20" with 10.5" barrel) and a weight of 7.12 – 7.5 lbs

• Adaptable - The MDR is adaptable in both size and caliber. It can quickly convert between five calibers, and its patent pending sighting system retains barrel zeros without the need to compensate for any impact shift.

• Ambidextrous - The MDR is fully ambidextrous with no modifications necessary. Our patent pending forward ejection mechanism and intuitive controls set a new bullpup stan­dard for speed and precision.

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