Floro PDW

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Floro PDW
Type Personal defense weapon, Sidearm
Place of origin  Philippines
Production history
Manufacturer Floro International Corporation
Specifications
Weight 2.80 kg
3.26 kg (with accessories)
Length 720 mm
450 mm (stock folded)
Barrel length 200 mm

Cartridge 5.56x45mm NATO
Rate of fire 750 rpm
Feed system 30 round STANAG magazine
Sights Iron

The Floro PDW is a compact carbine that has been developed the by Floro International of the Philippines for conventional forces, as a replacement for their 9mm caliber sidearms and submachine guns.

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The Floro PDW uses 5.56x45mm NATO ammunition and compatible with STANAG Magazines, improving ammunition compatibility requirements among troops while increasing their firepower effectiveness. The use of the Recoil Reduction System (RRS) enhances operator marksmanship and training. The Floro PDW can be fitted with an optional noise suppressor reduces the sound signature of the Floro PDW for Special Forces applications.

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