This should be John Wick's new gun Custom MPX Rifle Tactical Rifleman
The gun that you are seeing in this video is the Sig Sauer MPX rifle variant chambered in 9mm. The SIG Sauer MPX is a gas-operated gun primarily chambered in 9×19mm. It is the first sub gun (style) to feature a fully closed and rotating bolt with piston system. This is to enhance the safety of the user and make for a more reliable firearm. It was designed in 2013 and released to the general public in 2015. It features a SIG Sauer short stroke push-rod gas system to reduce recoil and improve the reliability of the weapon. This weapon, is its second generation, that features a system that would allow for conversion from 9mm to .357 SIG or .40 S&W, however, conversion kits have not been made available yet. The MPX has a gas short stroke piston system in order to increase the accuracy of the weapon which operates in closed bolt. It is designed in this way to prevent water or dirt from entering the chamber and causing malfunctions as well as to use a silencer with greater ease. It features an ambidextrous selector switch for semi-automatic fire and it also features an ambidextrous bolt catch. The barrel is free-floating. Things that I have done to this carbine version of the Sig MPX was remove the collapsing stock that it came with and used a side folding stock that is normally on a MCX rifle (rifle caliber firearm). Then Swapped the 16” barrel to a 8” barrel, making this an SBR (short barrel rifle). Also added a Deadair Ghost silencer that directly threads to the barrel and protrudes just past the full-length rifle hand guard. With the 30rd mags I have installed the Taran Tactical +11 base pad along with their extra power replacement magazine springs. If you don’t replace the spring when adding the +11 base pad then the bolt will not lock to the rear when the mag is empty. In the future since the trigger is about 7lbs (factory is 5.5-9lb) pull I plan on installing a Hyper Fire EDT two stage trigger that you can set between 3-5lb with changing the hammer spring.
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