Daniel Defense recently announced the addition of two chamberings and new barrel lengths for its popular DD5 rifle line. The DD5 now comes in 7.62mm, 6.5 Creedmoor and .260 Remington. Barrel lengths now include 16, 18 and 20 inches.
Designed for increased accuracy and reliability, the new and improved DD5 rifle line delivers greater versatility with additional calibers and barrel lengths available.
All DD5 rifles include a two-position adjustable gas block. The gas block design allows for a consistent and steady gas flow whether shooting suppressed or unsuppressed. A DLC-coated bolt carrier group reduces overall recoil impulse and is easy to maintain and operate in all conditions, according to Daniel Defense.
Built around a cold hammer forged barrel, the DD5 features an innovative 4-Bolt Connection System. That system increases the connection surface area between the barrel and upper receiver for increased stability and accuracy commonly associated with high-end bolt-action rifles. The new DD5 platform also includes upgraded ambidextrous controls, including a bolt catch, magazine release, safety selector, furniture, and an all-new GRIP-N-RIP charging handle with anti-gas features for a better shooting experience.
The full product line consists of the DD5V3 (7.62mm/16-inch barrel), DD5V4 (7.62mm, 6.5 Creedmoor/18-inch barrel), DD5V5 (6.5 Creedmoor, .260 Remington/20-inch barrel). Each rifle in the DD5 rifle line retails for $2,499.
For more information, visit danieldefense.com.
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