Magpul FDP/FDC Update

It’s been a year since we announced the FDP/FDC Magpul is building in conjunction with ZEV Technologies.

With roots in the FMG9 project of over decade ago, the new FDP/FDC Pistol and Carbine variants have undergone engineering improvements and ATF review. Back in 2008, the Folding Machine Gun was originally envisioned as a 9mm, Glock-based sub gun, envisioned as a transforming firearm that would snap into action at the push of a button. As you can see, the ZEV collaboration brings the OZ9 into the equation.


-Eric Graves, Editor

3 Responses to “Magpul FDP/FDC Update”

  1. Better late than never, but man if released anywhere near when first was shown off, woulda been printing money. I still get people asking me how to buy the “Texas Flashlight Gun” to this day heh

  2. AbnMedOps says:

    Reminiscent of the UC-9 “Radio Gun” covert SMG from the 1980’s.

  3. Tony says:

    Totally understand the idea of starting with a 9mm. Hopefully in the future there will be other calibers if this thing is successful. 10mm, 5.7×28 or even a pistol 5.56 would be my choices