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Have an opportunity to pick up a ptr pdw and would like to get some info on them. I have no clue about roller weapons system's and is a gun that size useless with a round so large. All input is appreciated.
 

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You only live once, get it and sbr that flamethrower!
I like the cheek weld I get with the stabilizer and If I get this my bank account will be tapped out for frivolous spending so an extra $200 is right out. But I'm still debating on it cause I'm not sure of a use for it other than to just play and make lots of noise. I like guns that have a practicality to them that's why I'm asking if anyone has experience with it. Before I bite this bullet
 

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They are fun for sure. Run mine with a full auto pack and it kicks my Ass.
 

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I like the cheek weld I get with the stabilizer and If I get this my bank account will be tapped out for frivolous spending so an extra $200 is right out. But I'm still debating on it cause I'm not sure of a use for it other than to just play and make lots of noise. I like guns that have a practicality to them that's why I'm asking if anyone has experience with it. Before I bite this bullet
Get the Dragon, and get someone to take some photos of you shooting it. It does light things up even in daylight! BUT it is fun to shoot, especially with the stabilizer (add a sling for more support). I reload for mine, midrange data for 150 gr, 308 cal, so it is not that harsh to shoot. It is heavy, that weight plus a red dot makes it fun to shoot.
 

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. But I'm still debating on it cause I'm not sure of a use for it other than to just play and make lots of noise. I like guns that have a practicality to them that's why I'm asking if anyone has experience with it. Before I bite this bullet
If that's your criteria, then the 8" 308 PDW is NOT for you. It is highly impractical, and is most useful as a noise/light-show. Its accuracy is fine, but the noise/blast/flash is _SO_ obnoxious, that it far overshadows any possible practical use.

If you wanted a short .30 cal PDW, find one of Joe's (chopstix kid) aka. dakota tactical D300P. That is a 300 blackout 8" BBL pistol. WAY WAY more practical/useful.
 

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. But I'm still debating on it cause I'm not sure of a use for it other than to just play and make lots of noise. I like guns that have a practicality to them that's why I'm asking if anyone has experience with it. Before I bite this bullet
If that's your criteria, then the 8" 308 PDW is NOT for you. It is highly impractical, and is most useful as a noise/light-show. Its accuracy is fine, but the noise/blast/flash is _SO_ obnoxious, that it far overshadows any possible practical use.

If you wanted a short .30 cal PDW, find one of Joe's (chopstix kid) aka. dakota tactical D300P. That is a 300 blackout 8" BBL pistol. WAY WAY more practical/useful.
When you say accuracy is good. How far a distance we talking? I'm really thinking it could be used as a thick brush gun. If could find a good sling for it I say it would be easier to lug thru the brush than a full size rifle.
 
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