Daniel Defense M4V11 Carbine Now in .300 Blackout

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posted on September 19, 2016
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Following the success of the 5.56 mm NATO DDM4V11, Daniel Defense has introduced the popular carbine in .300 Blackout. 

The new carbine, which features a Mil Spec and Cerakote finish, has the same modularity and functionality as its predecessor, and was created for shooters who prefer the KeyMod accessory system with the benefit of the SLiM Rail (Slim Lightweight Modular). The long rail features an uninterrupted Picatinny rail on top and KeyMod attachments at the 3, 6, and 9 o’clock positions, ensuring plenty of real estate for optics and accessories. It also gives operators the option to have the support hand extended out closer to the muzzle, allowing them to drive the gun more precisely and prevent over travel when transitioning between multiple targets.

The DDM4V11 300 weighs in at 6.75 lbs. (unloaded), and is designed to be shot suppressed and unsuppressed utilizing various types of supersonic and subsonic ammunition. Please visit DanielDefense.com for more specific ammo recommendations.  MSRP: $1,759

 

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