Daniel Defense adds M-LOK attachment to DD5V1 and DD5V2 rifles
By Jacki Billings
The DD5V1 and DD5V2 get a boost with the addition of M-LOK. (Photo: Daniel Defense)
Daniel Defense expands its handguard options for both the DD5V1 and DD5V2 7.62 rifles, adding M-LOK attachment technology to securely mount accessories.
Previously, the rifles only came equipped with KeyMod handguard mounts. The addition of M-LOK technology to the Daniel Defense DD5 rifle platform allows customers to choose the attachment system that best suits their shooting needs.
Both the DD5V1 and DD5V2 boast a free-floating 15-inch MFR XS rail. The rail offers weight savings without sacrificing strength or durability.
The DD5 7.62 platform features a four-bolt connection system, optimized upper receiver, improved bolt carrier group, ambidextrous controls, configurable charging handle and a cold hammer-forged barrel.
Tipping scales at just over 8 pounds, Daniel Defense says the platform represents “some of the lightest, most maneuverable .308 designated marksman rifles ever built.”
The DD5V1 and DD5V2 with M-LOK are now available through Daniel Defense authorized dealers with a price tag for both models at $3,044.
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