Double D Armory Gun Giveaway


Double D Armory partnered with Centennial Gun Club to give away an AR-15 to benefit the Hope for Warriors non-profit organization.

The commemorative rifle is an AR-15 style rifle with the following features:

  • USA flag finish
  • 5.56 NATO
  • 16″ barrel with 1:8″ twist and polygonal rifling
  • mid-length gas system and 0.750 gas block
  • A2-style muzzle device
  • B5 Systems SOPMOD-style
  • listed with Magpul MOE or B5 Systems pistol grip (unsure if this is a winner’s choice)
  • ALG Defense Advanced Combat Trigger
  • nickel boron finished bolt carrier group
  • 30-round magazine

The rifle will be given away on September 12, 2015. Click here to see the rules of the sweepstakes.

Richard Johnson

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  • Scott Tuttle

    can I get it without the flag finish 😛

    • wetcorps

      What are you, a commie or something? 🙂

  • KestrelBike

    That Double-D rifle looks swell, I wonder if he’d be interested in taking payment-in-advance orders on Form-4 silencers?

  • Patrick R.

    Damnit, I want that ‘Merica blaster!

  • no

    Awesome move of them to give it away to benefit a non-profit charity.

    That being said, I think it’s ugly. But I would be very happy to win it and start the process of researching cerakote specialists in my area.

    • Tom Currie

      I’ve seen several firearms (mostly AR’s) with flag pattern finishes and this is certainly the least attractive one that I’ve seen so far.

  • Tom Currie

    The rules have all the legally required boilerplate language “NO PURCHASE OR PAYMENT OF ANY KIND IS NECESSARY TO ENTER, …” but that is total BULLSHIT!! The only way to enter is using their online entry form and the online entry form CANNOT be submitted without providing credit card information and agreeing to donate AT LEAST $5.

    This is not a “giveaway” but rather a raffle

    It appears to be for a good cause, but if they lie about their own rules who knows if we can trust them about how much of the money is going where they say.

  • Tom Currie

    The gun contests page (your link) correctly classifies this as a Raffle, not a giveaway.

  • Adam Radford

    I own one of his rifles and they are top notch to say the least. I highly recommend them to anybody who wants to spend a little coin on a badass rifle.

    • no

      How nice of you to sign up just to post that.

  • Dave

    This thing looks terrible.
    It would look twice as good rolling up to the range to shine on all the tacticool nerds in their wunderkotes.
    And with a name like double d armory how can you go wrong?
    That being said, they want at least $25. That, my friends, is a raffle.
    No thanks!