Daniel Defense Integrally Suppressed Rifle

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posted on July 20, 2016
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Daniel Defense recently released its new suppressed DDM4ISR rifle. This new rifle, designed for fulltime-suppressed fire and optimized for the .300 BLK cartridge, features a fully integrated suppressor attached to its barrel, so it's ready for suppressed service right out of the box.

"This revolutionary rifle simplifies suppressor usage by eliminating variables and uncertainty," said Daniel Defense VP of Sales Bill Robinson. "There's no need to attach a suppressor and wonder if it's mounted correctly and properly aligned. And no need to re-zero the weapon for suppressed vs. unsuppressed fire. The suppressor is literally part of the barrel."

The high-performance suppressor—constructed of durable, heat-resistant metal alloys and coated with a protective high-temperature Cerakote-C finish—features a user-serviceable baffle core that can be easily removed for cleaning and maintenance. It is permanently attached to a 9-inch Cold Hammer Forged fluted barrel with a target crown for superb accuracy and reliability. Because the suppressor is a permanent part of the barrel, extending the barrel to the NFA-required 16 inches, the firearm is not classified as a Short Barreled Rifle (SBR) and only requires a single tax stamp, for the suppressor.

Everything else about the DDM4ISR is classic Daniel Defense. It features a pistol-length gas system and comes standard with an MFR XL 15.0 modular handguard, which features a continuous 1913 Picatinny rail on top and Keymod attachment points at the 3-, 6- and 9-o'clock positions. This longer handguard, in conjunction with a DD Buttstock and Pistol Grip, make this ergonomic rifle highly maneuverable and as versatile as the .300 BLK rounds it fires. A resilient Mil Spec + Cerakote finish protects the rifle from the elements and adds to its overall aesthetic.

Available in states where suppressor ownership is legal, the DDM4ISR has an MSRP of $3049.00

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