DANIEL DEFENSE DD5V1
DANIEL DEFENSE DD5V1
DANIEL DEFENSE DD5V1
DANIEL DEFENSE DD5V1
DANIEL DEFENSE DD5V1

DANIEL DEFENSE DD5V1

SKU GDC0000000257

used excellent

Used Price

$2,437.18 In stock

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Product Information & Specs

The Daniel Defense DD5V1 is a semi-automatic rifle chambered for 308 Win. It features a lower receiver with integral oversized trigger guard and flared magazine well, optimized upper receiver, cold hammer forged free-floating 16” threaded barrel, suppressor device, four bolt connection system with barrel extension, Geissele SSA two stage trigger, ambidextrous controls, KeyMod handguard, polymer pistol grip and buttstock, and configurable modular charging handle.

• Cold hammer forged free-floating barrel
• Geissele trigger
• KeyMod handguard
• Ambidextrous controls

Seller Description

The Daniel Defense DD5V1 is a semi-automatic rifle chambered in 308 Win/7.62 NATO. A 16" barrel is adorned with peep sights out of the box, while a Leupold Mark IV 4.5-14x50 tactical scope has been installed onto this rifle's full-length picatinny rail. The DD5V1's stock is adjustable, and soft textured sections allow users to find a positive and comfortable cheek weld. -Full-length picatinny rail -Leupold Mark IV 4.5-14x50 tactical scope -Adjustable length buttstock -Peep sights

Modifications

Includes/Attached Leupold Mkiv 4.5-14X50 Tactical Scope, 1-20 Rd Magazine

UPC GDC0000000257
Caliber 308 WIN/7.62X51MM
Action NOT SPECIFIED
Capacity 20 ROUNDS
Barrel Length 16 BARREL
Weight 10.4













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