Posted February 10, 2017 10:00 am by Comments

By Jay Langston

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<div data-cycle-hash="daniel-defense-ddm4v7-6" data-cycle-desc="Daniel Defense DDM4V7: The DDM4V7 marks Daniel Defense's first offering with an M-LOK-compatible handguard. the 15-inch, free-floating MFR XS handguard offers a long Picatinny on top, and M-LOK slots run the lengths of the sides and bottom. Within the 6061-T6 handguard is a 16-inch, cold-hammer-forged barrel and a mid-length gas system. The barrel is capped with an enhanced flash suppressor, and the gas system should provide for a smooth shooting experience with less recoil. The flattop upper receiver has M4 feed ramps for reliability, and the lower features an H-buffer, a six-position buffer tube and Daniel Defense's buttstock and pistol grip. The rifle also ships with one of the company's new 30-round magazines. If you're looking to up the ante a bit, Daniel Defense offers LW and Pro versions of the DDM4V7. The former comes with a lightweight 16-inch barrel while the latter features an 18-inch S2W (Strength to Weight) barrel for 3-Gun competitions. The Pro also comes with a Geissele Super Dynamic 3-Gun trigger for super-fast split times and precise follow-up shots." data-cycle-overlay-template="{{desc}}“>

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