At the beginning of this year, TFB did a short review of the Daniel Defense Delta 5 bolt-action rifle.
Daniel Defense is now offering what they call a .75 MOA Accuracy Package with the Delta 5 rifle.
Apart from the rifle in 6.5 Creedmoor with 24″ barrel, you get a Nightforce SHV 4-14×50 F1 Riflescope, an Atlas bipod, and some other accessories. The price for this is $3,899.00.
In case you wonder, the rifle itself sells for $2,199.00. Then you can get it in .308 Win, but your guess is correct, there’s no .75 MOA accuracy guarantee in that case.
From the DD Homepage:
Our team has done the work and built an Accuracy Package offering .75 MOA groups or better right out of the box, and each includes a proof target.
Expecting .75 MOA accuracy or better requires equipment that can get the job done. Daniel Defense, known for extreme accuracy and durability, and Nightforce, trusted by pro shooters in all categories, complement each other for repeatable .75 MOA groups or better.
This Daniel Defense Accuracy Package consists of our New DELTA 5 Bolt-Action Rifle chambered in 6.5 Creedmoor, Nightforce SHV 4-14×50 Riflescope and Atlas Bipod with Picatinny Rail Mount.
INCLUDED IN THE PACKAGE
- Daniel Defense DELTA 5 6.5 Creedmoor, 24” Barrel
- Nightforce SHV 4-14×50 F1 Riflescope
- Atlas BT46-LW17 Bi-Pod
- Daniel Defense M-LOK Picatinny Rail Section
- 5-Round PMAG 5 7.62 AC | AICS Short Action Magazine
- Accuracy Guarantee Proof Target
MATERIALS & CONSTRUCTION
- BARREL: User-interchangeable, proprietary blend stainless steel cold hammer forged to contour
- ACTION: Mechanically bedded stainless steel action with integral recoil lug
- BOLT: Three-lug bolt design with a 60 degree throw and floating bolt head
- BOLT KNOB: 5/16” x 24″ TPI removable bolt knob
- TRIGGER: User adjustable single stage Timney Elite Hunter with two position safety (1.5 – 4 lbs)
- PICATINNY SCOPE BASE: 20 MOA/ 5.8 MRAD of elevation with four #10-32 bolts
- BOTTOM METAL: Integrated pillars and barrier stop
- ERGONOMIC STOCK: Constructed of carbon-fiber-reinforced polymer and includes an adjustable cheek riser and configurable buttstock
- ATTACHMENT: 14 total M-LOK points along forend with one point on bottom of buttstock
- QUICK DETACH: Three M-LOK QD sling points
- CAPACITY: Five round PMAG 5 7.62 AC – AICS Short Action magazine
- PACKAGE WEIGHT: 11.84 lbs
Capitalizing on the award-winning success of our current SHV family, the new SHV 4-14×50 F1 delivers first focal plane performance in a versatile, mid-power package suitable for a wide range of shooting applications.
This riflescope brings a first focal plane option to the SHV family. This feature gives the shooter the option of precisely holding for elevation and wind at any magnification setting by using the intelligence built into the reticle. This SHV is offered with a choice of either the MOAR or MIL-R reticle, which are two of our most popular designs. Both reticle options are standard with illumination.
This new SHV incorporates a feature set built for versatility, starting with a 4-14x magnification range that offers an excellent combination of field of view and resolving power at higher magnification. The 50mm objective offers excellent light transmission at any time of day. The overall length is 14.8 inches, and the optic weighs in at 30 ounces.
This SHV has a 30mm main tube, which allows for a maximum adjustment range of 90 minutes or 26 Mil-radians, and the adjustments are quarter-minute of angle or tenth mil-radian based upon reticle choice. Ten minutes of angle or 5 mil-radians of adjustment per revolution is standard.
The Delta 5 is the perfect rifle to get into the precision shooting world, and with this exclusive package we’ve made it even easier to get started. Paired off with a Nightforce SHV and atlas bipod this gun is ready to go splash steel at distance right out of the box.
Look deeper into the details of the package here: Delta5.DanielDefense.com.
I understand a lot of people want to build their own package, but for someone who prefers to get a solution out-of-the-box, it looks like a tempting offer.
What do you think? A great deal or what would you rather have?