The "Sphinx" PDW is Quicksilver Industries' latest firearm on the market. Using an improved, nifty P90-esque firing mechanism, the "Sphinx" has a 12.5" barrel in less than a 16" weapon. This barrel length combined with the 5.7x28mm round, of which this weapon has 50 in its longitudinal magazine, makes this a perfect, accurate and lethal personal defense weapon.
All controls are on both sides of the weapon, and thanks to the QS patented "SideWinder Mechanism"®, the magazine can be taken out on both sides as well.
Side rails are on both sides, so when the shooter is right handed, you can easily mount a laser aiming module on the right side because the magazine will be taken out on the left side. A full length top rail is added for maximum accessory-friendliness.
The standard package contains one 50-round longitudinal magazine, and a set of QS-optimalised DiamondHead sights, which can be used when flipped down as well, thanks to the neon red fiber optic pistol sights that has been added to them.
Quicksilver Ind. produces top of the notch firearms made for easy and cheap mass production, while maintaining very high quality. Our firearms will always be fully ambidextrous, integrally suppressed, two toned, operator-friendly and accessory-friendly.
Credit to Snipes for Magpul PDR parts.
Credit to Benjoo for the DiamondHead rear sight and his font.
Credit to NONAMEACCESSABLE for inspiration on the magazine.
I have to say, this thing came out great. I have spent so much time looking at the PDW-57 from Black Ops II, and thought "I can do this better". It turned out that the PDW-57 is designed very well actually, and it was more than a challenge for me to top that.
I've had a lot of fun building this, and I believe it turned out amazing as well. Two victories for me
Don't tell me "it looks like a PDW-57 from Black Ops", because it IS a combination of the Magpul PDR and the PDW-57.