||The concept of a bullpup has always captured the aspirations of individuals who are taken by its unique compact aesthetics. Even more can be said about the PDR-C from Magpul and PTS. From the get go, I was taken away by the mere externals, the beautifully stylized fore grip served a double purpose when it came down to target acquisition and driving around corners. The brace connecting the lower receiver to the grip was functional itself. It allowed for griping on to the mag, without applying to much abrasive force, as a right handed individual cornered right. Down right sexy as it is functional in every aspect.
Without the internals, this gun is but a mere pinup beauty. The performance that she devotes is quite warming, while empowered in most cases. I had the pleasure of being inside her, and putting my hand amoungst her robustly built metal body. The feeling is Euphoric, to say the least, when the gears I purchased actually shimmed well and fit. Relieving her of her springs tension was easy and it made entry and exit all the more therapeutic. While her motor quivered nicely, she seemed to be affixed in a way... The motor connectors are soldered on.
At some points during the session, some of her weaknesses were revealed.
Right off the bat I understood that she was meant to conceal a Lipo battery, as it is all that she could contain. Now, her was box opened so I could swap her motor, and I noticed some electrical arcing. That should be natural, but I had me wondering about what was happening within her trigger unit. Concerned, I scoured some websites to find if anyone had any issues where a trigger was burnt, and there were a few. Surprisingly, Not many people, at least on the forums I visited, had a clue on who manufactured the PDR's internals. Thankfully, These items are in supply for the time being.
Sigh... While individuality is attractive, a proprietary gun in most of its entirety is quite something to handle and service. It is pretty rewarding at the very same time.
Bound to be an affair in anyone's life. Perfect Valentine's day gift. Cute and Seductive, yet bold and efficient.
-Evike's parts support... A trigger system from S&T
may be in stock http://www.evike.com/products/39114/
-Accurate, especially with an improved cylinder...
-Sturdy build, while small enough to cuddle
-Comes with a Flash Tip, Options.
-Could be anything you want from field to close and personal!(Quick Change spring)
-Soldered motor. Requires expertise in the art.
-All the lever and hardware besides compression groups and geardrive system are proprietary!
-Cylinder head, Tappet plate, and hopup are sadly of their own as well.
-Tight tight space for battery
-The MAG release will seize and not allow the mag to be secured due to the battery pushing the rod actuating the release internal lever( but is easily remedied by adjusting the battery and connectors to allow rod movement)
-Doesn't come with a battery
Rating: [5 of 5 Stars!]