NEW! KRISS USA Defiance DMK22 Rifle

posted on February 1, 2016
KRISS USA has introduced a new AR-15 training rifle, the Defiance DMK22. The rifle features a full metal construction, and has been designed to accommodate a wide array of popular aftermarket barrels, magazines, parts and accessories. The Defiance DMK22 line of rimfire rifles will feature various configurations and Cerakote finishes.

“The Defiance DMK22 is intended to function and feel as close to a MILSPEC AR-15 as possible, which is why it features a full metal construction, functional bolt catch, and forward assist,” says KRISS USA Marketing Manager Tim Seargeant. “The DMK22 is also upgradeable as it is compatible with AR-15 furniture as well as aftermarket barrels and magazines.”

The DMK22 is scheduled for release in June 2016, with MSRP under $500. For more information about the Defiance DMK22, visit kriss-usa.com, and watch range footage hosted by American Rifleman's Mark Keefe above from SHOT Show 2016.

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