The Confined Space Weapon (CSW) from Lewis Machine & Tool (LMT) is all sorts of badass.

First off, it was designed specifically for professional users who work in tight quarters. That’s why the Confined Space Weapon has a 10.5-inch, integrally suppressed barrel chambered for the ever-popular 300 Blackout.

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A wider handguard surrounds the barrel and gas system, and this is all attached to LMT’s Monolithic Rail Platform upper, meaning you can swap barrel assemblies easily in the field.

On top of that, the gun is only 24 inches long all together. LMT achieved this remarkable feat by shaving 3.25 inches off the back of the gun—without affecting the bolt carrier group at all.

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As you can see, there’s a lot here to make the CSW our “Gun of the Month,” and you can learn more in the November/December 2017 issue of “Tactical Weapons” magazine. Check out the cover in the gallery above.

You can also watch the CSW in action in the video below.

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