Daniel Defense announced a new rifle aimed at the multi gun competitive shooter. It is called the DDM4V7 Pro.
The rifle uses a cold hammer forged, chrome lined 18″ barrel and is fitted with the company’s Muzzle Climb Mitigator, Gen II muzzle device. Daniel Defense uses its 15″ MFR XS M-LOK rail that is made of 6061-T6 aluminum.
Daniel Defense plugs a Geissele Automatics Super Dynamic 3 Gun trigger into the machined lower and attaches one of their own adjustable buttstocks with the rubber over molding. A rubber over molded pistol grip matches the stock.
Inside, Daniel Defense uses a rifle length gas system, M16 bolt carrier group and an H buffer. The total weight (unloaded of course) for this rifle is 7.4 pounds.
Included with the gun is a Magpul 30 round Pmag and a impact resistant carrying case. Rifles are available in black only. The DDM4V7 Pro has a suggested retail price of $1,849.
These rifles are based on, and are very similar to, the DDM4V7 rifle. Those rifles sport many of the same features, though with a 16″ barrel and a DD flash suppressor instead of an 18″ barrel with the Muzzle Climb Mitigator. Additionally, the Pro model steps up to the Geissele trigger. The original DDM4V7 carries a MSRP of $1,599.