Daniel Defense has revealed multiple new rifle models for 2014, including an updated version of the DDM4v7 rifle, as well as the Daniel Defense MK12, v9 and the MK18. Scroll down to see a video showcasing these new releases.
Features on the updated Daniel Defense DDM4v7 include a 16″ government profile cold hammer forged barrel with a mid-length gas system and 1:7 twist rate, as well as a 12″ modular float rail and repositionable 3″ strips of picatinny rail. The pistol grip and buttstock now have soft touch rubber overmolding. The Daniel Defense DDM4 V7 will be available soon in mil-spec plus finish. It is chambered in 5.56mm NATO.
The Daniel Defense MK12 has an 18″ stainless steel cold hammer forged barrel with a rifle-length gas system. It also has a DDM4 rail 12.0 with integrated QD attachment points. Additionally, the MK12 has an A4 upper receiver and a lower receiver with a flared magwell. Another feature is the Geissele SSA 2-stage trigger and a BCM gunfighter charging handle. It is chambered in 5.56mm NATO.
The Daniel Defense v9 has a 16″ government profile cold hammer forged barrel. It will also be available in a 16″ lightweight profile barrel and an 18″ strength to weight profile barrel. The v9 has a DDM4 rail 15.0 free float rail system that goes all the way up to the back of the flash hider. Similar to the MK12 and v7, the v9 pistol grip and buttstock have soft touch rubber overmolding. It is chambered in 5.56mm NATO.
The Daniel Defense MK18 in mil-spec plus has a 10.3″ government profile cold hammer forged barrel and the DD MK18 rail interface system, as well as a pistol grip and buttstock with soft touch rubber overmolding. The MK18 has chambered in 5.56x45mm NATO.
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