Firearms|Submachine Gun/PCC By Drew BryantJuly 31st, 2022, theloadoutblog.com Maxim Defense is known for making quality rifles with a Close Quarter Combat (CQB) or Personal Defense Weapon (PDW) focus. Now, Maxim […]
By Drew Bryant July 31st, 2022, theloadoutblog.com
Maxim Defense is known for making quality rifles with a Close Quarter Combat (CQB) or Personal Defense Weapon (PDW) focus. Now, Maxim Defense is taking that knowledge and expertise and applying it to the extremely popular Pistol Caliber Carbine (PCC) market. The PCC market is a dense and highly competitive market with names such as H&K, CZ, SIG SAUER, and B&T having strong market footholds currently. On Friday, Maxim Defense introduced their new MD-9 PCC to the market.
Below, is product description for Maxim’s new MD-9.
When you’re looking for Maxim Defense ingenuity in a new standard AR-9, the MD-9 is your answer. The MD-9 was engineered to fit the growing demand for cutting-edge AR9-style rifles for today’s Military and commercial market.
Every MD-9 features Maxim’s free-floating barrel and custom handguard for increased comfort and versatility. These handguards provide a monolithic-like upper receiver platform and M-Slot compatibility.
Modified Maxim Defense HATEBRAKE M-Rax and M-Slot compatible handguard Military-grade materials 5.8″ barrel ALG Combat Trigger Radian charging handle and selector Maxim CQB stock Ambidextrous magazine release Fully floated barrel The last round holds open Compatible with Glock 9mm magazines (Glock 19 and larger) Specifications
The new PCC from Maxim Defense appears to be geared towards the higher-end of the PCC market. Maxim Defense have chosen thoughtful design and features you would expect from a quality PCC.
The new MD-9 PCC is available now on Maxim Defense’s website. The new PCC retails for $1,995 MSRP. Which be competing against H&K, SIG SAUER, and B&T for market share.
What do you think of Maxim’s new MD-9 PCC? Let us know in the comments below.
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