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The Midwest Industries MI-PDW-5.56 is an American-made, semi-automatic, AR-style pistol chambered in 5.56x45mm (5.56 NATO) and precision machined to M16/M4 specs. It offers a nitride barrel, while the upper and lower receivers are forged from 7075-T6 aluminum. Features include M4 feed ramps, laser engraved T-marks, hard coat anodized finish, and a one-piece free floating M-LOK compatible handguard, as well as an SB Tactical SBM4 pistol brace. The MI-PDW-5.56 also offers a low-profile gas block, is compatible with standard AR-15 components and magazines, and weighs 6 lbs 8 oz.

• Forged aluminum upper and lower
• Nitride barrel
• M-LOK handguard
• Pistol brace

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