Maxim Defense arrived at SHOT Show last week in Nevada with its new SR-25 style rifle, the MD:11, complete with options for a PROOF Research carbon-fiber barrel.

The new MD:11 is a direct impingement AR-10 style rifle offered in 6.5 Creedmoor or .308 Winchester, with all models using either an 18-inch PROOF Research carbon-fiber or stainless-steel barrel set in billet 7075-T6 receivers with a floating 15.5-inch M-LOK slotted handguard. The lightweight barrel helps keep weight down to the 9-pound range. Other standard features are a carbine buffer system, B5 SOPMOD stock, ambi surface controls, and Gisselle SSA-E trigger.
 

The MD:11 will be offered in urban, arid, and black schemes, and was clocking in on the long ranges at SHOT Show earlier this month. (Photo: Chris Eger/Guns.com)
Maxim MD:11 rifle
Maxim says the MD:11 was initially designed for U.S. SOCOM requirements. However, once the decision was made to commercialize the SOCOM requirement (within limits), 6.5 Creedmoor and .308 Winchester were deemed the best calibers. (Photo: Maxim Defense)
Maxim MD:11 rifle
Overall length is 37 inches, spanning a 15.5-inch M-LOK handguard and 18-inch barrel. Pull weight on the Gisselle Super Semi-Automatic Enhanced (SSA-E) two-stage trigger is in the 2.9-to-3.8 pound range with the first stage requiring 2.0-2.5 pounds and the second 0.9-1.3 pounds. (Photo: Chris Eger/Guns.com)


No MSRP on the Maxim MD:11 series is available at this time with the first rifles expected to hit dealers in about 90 days.

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