The P50 gun has a specially designed magazine, containing up to 50 5.7 mm bullets, which is better than traditional shotgun bullets.
Kel-Tec company announced P50 pistol model using cross bar magazine with a capacity of up to 50 rounds.
The P50 uses a 5.7 × 28 mm ammunition designed by FN specifically for Personal Defense Weapons (PDW) such as pistols and submachines, with lower destructive power than rifles, but greater than bullets.
The handle, trigger and ammunition box of the P50 are linked to the barrel assembly and the lid is locked on the upper barrel by a hinge.
Picatiny rails to attach additional accessories.
The PWD guns were developed to overcome the shortcomings of handgun attack and armor penetration, although they were increasingly improving in accuracy.
The most famous of the PDW gun models are the P90 by the Belgian company FN and the MP7 developed by the German firm Heckler & Koch, which is used by the US Naval SEAL Secret Service and Special Forces.
FN company designed P90 submachine with a unique ammunition box with a capacity of 50 bullets in 1986-1990, this gun model was then used by special forces and anti-terrorism of more than 40 countries around the world.