Where Can I Get ...? Daniel Defense DD Wave 7.62 (QD) Suppressor

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posted on November 14, 2017
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3D-printed, inconel suppressor that is made in the U.S., the Daniel Defense DD Wave 7.62 (QD) suppressor features a one-piece design that eliminates the need for traditional baffle-to-tube welding. The suppressor attaches to a 17-4 PH stainless steel muzzle device via the company’s ACME ThreadQuick-Clamping System, and is touted to eliminate the chance of seizing from carbon buildup. To attenuate sound effectively, the DD Wave uses “advanced cascading baffle geometry,” and the 7.62 (QD) is capable of handling up to the .300 Win. Mag. cartridge. Muzzle threads cut to 5/8x24 TPI are required. Price: $1,157. Contact: Daniel Defense, Inc.; (866) 554-4867; danieldefense.com.

 

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