The DS-10 comes in a variety of configurations. (Photo: Dark Storm Industries via Facebook)
Dark Storm Industries announced via Facebook that its featureless and standard DS-10 designs have already begun making their way to dealers nationwide.
The New York-based gun maker also added in the social media post that fixed magazine versions will follow soon, expected to hit dealer shelves by early June.
Announced in January, the DS-10 is chambered in .308 WIN and 6.5 Creedmoor. All rifles in the line feature billet upper and lower receivers, mil-spec buffer tubes and a mid-length direct impingement gas system.
Though the DS-10 comes in a bevy of configurations, the series is lumped into three main models — MOE, Typhoon and Lightning.
The MOE includes an 18-inch HBAR barrel, Magpul MOE stock and pistol grip with an M-LOK equipped forearm. The Typhoon adds a billet ambidextrous safety, tactical charging handle, Hogue rubberized grip, Magpul CTR and a 15-inch DSI free-float M-LOK handguard. Both models feature nitride barrels for durability and sub-MOA accuracy. The Lightning model serves up Troy Industries Alpha 15-inch Battle Rails, stainless steel barrel, and nickel-boron-coated bolt carrier group.
The company offers both standard and featureless variants of the three models allowing shooters in restrictive states like California and New York the ability to purchase. The featureless design is equipped with a non-threaded barrel, 10-round PMAG and Thordsen fixed rifle stock.
Prices range from $1,195 to $1,545 depending on model and caliber.
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