The PDW2000 is a widespread submachine gun favored for its size and low recoil. The weapon has a conventional submachine gun layout with the magazine housed in the pistol grip and mirrored controls to achieve a truly ambidextrous use. Its low weight and small profile can be compared to some larger pistols. Two rails for mounting sights and tactical accessories underline the weapon's utility.
The PDW2000 is a submachine gun used by AAF pilots in ArmA 3.
The PDW2000 is chambered in 9 mm and uses a 30-round magazine. It can also use the sixteen round magazine used by the P07 and the Rook-40. It has 2 fire modes: semi-automatic and fully automatic. It is used by AAF pilots.