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|Type||Heavy machine gun|
|Place of origin||United States|
|Manufacturer||KRISS USA, Inc., formerly Transformational Defense Industries|
The TDI Disraptor is a heavy machine gun concept developed by Transitional Defense Industries (TDI). The Disraptor uses a double-sided, horizontal version of the patented "Super V" delayed blowback action.
Following TDI's change of name to KRISS USA and the restructuring of their website, all references to the Disraptor were removed, and no further information has been released on the status of the project. It is unclear if a working version of the weapon was ever constructed, as only concept renders were shown previously.
- "Technology Overview". Kriss-tdi.com. Retrieved 2012-01-03.[dead link]
- Robert Bruce (January 2009). "Transformational Defense Industries, Inc. Industry Profile". Small Arm Review 12 (4). Retrieved 2012-01-03.[dead link]
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