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Maxim Defense will be unveiling it’s newly-designed PDX in 7.62x39mm and 5.56 NATO calibers at SHOT Show 2019 in both SBR and Pistol formats. 

Born from the US Special Operations Command (SOCOM) Personal Defense Weapon (PDW) solicitation, the new Maxim Defense PDX is designed to handle the fierce demands of the Tier-1 community. The PDX dominates in close quarter encounters and achieves maximum energy on target without sacrificing accuracy at distance, the company states. At just 18.75in in overall length and 5lbs, 11oz in weight, the PDX is a great choice for when concealment and personal defence is non-negotiable. 

The PDX is equipped with a newly invented Maxim HATEBRAKE Muzzle Booster. This patent-pending device significantly reduces recoil, decreases the flash signature, pushes gasses and concussion waves downrange away from the shooter, improving overall experience with short-barrel pistols and rifles.

Maxim Defense is a proud sponsor of the 14th annual SHOT Show Industry Day at the Range (lane #SR-42) and is offering live fire demos of the PDX in 7.62x39mm and 5.56 NATO, as well as other weapon systems outfitted with Maxim’s products. During SHOT Show, Maxim Defense is showcasing the PDX and all of its products at booths #1857 downstairs and #30010 upstairs.

 

Maxim Defense will be unveiling it’s newly-designed PDX in 7.62x39mm and 5.56 NATO calibers at SHOT Show 2019 in both SBR and Pistol formats. At the heart of the PDX is Maxim Defense's newly developed Maxim SCW stock system. This patent-pending design cuts down the length of the stock from the 7in collapsed length of a GI M4 stock to only four inches. Additionally, it features an integrated BCG with interchangeable buffer weights to give the shooter the flexibility to maximise performance and versatility without sacrificing functionality or form. (Image: Maxim Defense)

At the heart of the PDX is Maxim Defense's newly developed Maxim SCW stock system. This patent-pending design cuts down the length of the stock from the 7in collapsed length of a GI M4 stock to only four inches. Additionally, it features an integrated BCG with interchangeable buffer weights to give the shooter the flexibility to maximise performance and versatility without sacrificing functionality or form. (Image: Maxim Defense)

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