DANIEL DEFENSE DDM4V11
DANIEL DEFENSE DDM4V11
DANIEL DEFENSE DDM4V11
DANIEL DEFENSE DDM4V11
DANIEL DEFENSE DDM4V11
DANIEL DEFENSE DDM4V11

DANIEL DEFENSE DDM4V11

SKU GDC0000002716

used very good

Used Price

$1,242.00 In stock

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Product Information & Specs

The Daniel Defense DDM4V11 is a semi-automatic rifle chambered in 5.56 NATO with a 10-plus-1 round capacity. A picatinny rail runs the length of the receiver and the 16.5-inch barrel, with flip-up front and rear sights. This rifle has been refinished with Kryptek’s Typhon camo pattern, with the special addition of the comic book vigilante Punisher’s logo. A Daniel Defense flash suppressor is also attached at the end of the DDM4V11’s barrel.

DANIEL DEFENSE DDM4V11
WEIGHT - 6.8 lbs
ACTION - SEMI AUTO
BARREL LENGTH - 16.5
CALIBER - 5.56
CAPACITY - 10 ROUNDS
FINISH - KRYPTEK TYPHOON
LENGTH - 36.8
RECEIVER FINISH - KRYPTEK TYPHOON
RECEIVER MATERIAL - ALLOY

Seller Description

Refinished in tribute to one of Marvel’s legendary characters, this Daniel Defense DDM4V11 is a reliable home defense rifle in excellent condition. With space to install your preferred optics, this rifle is ready to defend everything you hold dear.

Modifications

TYPHOON KRYTEK TREATMENT WITH "PUNISHER" SKULL EMBLEM, FRONT AND REAR SIGHTS, THREADED MUZZLE DEVICE, 1-10 RD MAGAZINE

UPC GDC0000002716
Caliber 5.56
Action NOT SPECIFIED
Capacity 10 ROUNDS
Barrel Length 16.5 BARREL
Weight 6.8













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