Daniel Defense DDM4 V11 CA Compliant .300 Blackout Semi-Automatic Rifle, Brown Cerakote - 02-151-1619-055
- Series/Collection: DDM4 V11 CA Compliant
- Action: Semi-Automatic
- Stock Type: 6-Position Adjustable with SoftTouch Overmolding
- Trigger Type: Standard
- Muzzle Type: Threaded, Flash Suppressor
- Magazine Capacity: 10+1
- Caliber/Gauge: 300 AAC Blackout
- Twist Rate: 1:8"
- Orientation: Right
- Safety: Ambidextrous
- Receiver Material: 7075 T6 Aluminum
- Barrel Finish: Chrome Lined
- Receiver Finish: Mil-Spec Brown Cerakote
- Stock Finish: Brown
- Barrel Type: Free Floating
The Daniel Defense M4 Carbine V11, based on the popular V9 series. It was designed for shooters who prefer the benefits of the KeyMod system integrated with a SLiM Rail (Slim Lightweight Modular). The CNC machined 6061-T6 aluminum SLiM Rail 15" offers incredible weight savings as well as superior cooling, ergonomics, and modularity while maintaining the strength and durability expected from Daniel Defense. The upper and lower receivers are CNC machined of 7075-T6 aluminum with a hard coat anodized finish. The DDM4V11 is equipped with a free-floating, cold hammer forged, Government profile barrel and rugged and comfortable Daniel Defense buttstock and pistol grip with Soft touch overmolding. This CA compliant 300 Blackout model has a 16" chrome moly vanadium steel barrel with heavy phosphate coating, flash suppressor, and is chrome lined. It also comes with a 10-round magazine.
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