Daniel Defense Reveals New DDM4 PDW SBR

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The DDM4PDW brings a short-barreled design to the table. (Photo: Jacki Billings/Guns.com)

Daniel Defense unveiled a new shorty rifle at SHOT Show in Las Vegas Jan. 21 through Jan. 24, showcasing the DDM4 PDW.

The DDM4 PDW comes chambered in .300 Blackout sporting a 7-inch cold hammer-forged barrel. With an overall length ranging between 21- and 25.5-inches, depending on stock position, the DDM4 PDW weighs in at 5.7-pounds. Equipped with a Maxim Defense CQB Gen 7 stock and 6-inch MFR XL flat front rail, the rifle is said to offer fast handling and easy maneuvering.

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The rifle comes equipped with a Maxim Defense flat rail. (Photo: Jacki Billings/Guns.com)

Designed for convenient transport, Daniel Defense also says the PDW can easily slip into a backpack or car storage setup.

“This is an awesome little .300 Blackout. Put it in a saddlebag of a motorcycle, concealed carry bag every day, or under the seat of your truck,” a Daniel Defense rep told Guns.com at SHOT Show.

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The DDM4 PDW does fall under NFA regulations. The pistol version, pictured above with a Maxim CQB PDW brace, escapes NFA red tape. The PDW with the Maxim GEN 7 stock is an SBR and would require a stamp.(Photo: Jacki Billings/Guns.com)

The DDM4 PDW does qualify as a short-barreled rifle and therefore falls under the National Firearms Act regulations. MSRP hovers around $1,900.


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