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NRA Gun of the Week: Korth NXR

On this week’s “Gun of the Week,” American Rifleman staff examine a highly customized revolver imported from Korth by Nighthawk Custom.

NRA Gun of the Week: Daniel Defense DDM4 PDW

On this week’s “Gun of the Week,” American Rifleman staff inspect a personal defense pistol chambered for .300 Blackout, the DDM4 PDW from Daniel Defense.

Range Tested: Daniel Defense DDM4 PDW

Today’s self-protection firearms, whether rifles or pistols, emphasize light weight and compact dimensions, while still offering ample magazine capacity for full-power ammunition.

Review: Daniel Defense Delta 5

Daniel Defense departed its traditional AR-based product line with an all-new offering in 2019: the Delta 5 bolt-action rifle.

Range Tested: Daniel Defense Delta 5

When a leading maker of gas-driven, AR-style, semi-automatic rifles and pistols decides to enter the bolt-action rifle market, the industry is going to take notice.

New for 2020: Daniel Defense DDM4 PDW Pistol

Built on AR-15 design principles, the PDW pistol from Daniel Defense provides shooters with a .30-cal. self-defense option in a handy and well-optioned package.

NRA Gun of the Week: Daniel Defense Delta 5 Rifle

Watch as American Rifleman's David Herman checks out a switch-barrel bolt-action rifle from Daniel Defense.

Daniel Defense Issues Safety Notification on Certain Delta 5 Bolt Assemblies

Daniel Defense has issued a Safety Notification Replacement Campaign related to a condition identified with the firing pin cross pin in its Delta 5 Bolt-Action Rifles manufactured before Sept. 20, 2019. The firing pin cross pin can break under normal usage.

Fear & Loading: Multiple Gun Gear Giveaways this Month

Some of the industry’s finest have partnered with the National Shooting Sports Foundation to provide free Gearbox Giveaway incentives

Editors’ Picks 2019: Daniel Defense Delta 5 Bolt-Action Rifle

Daniel Defense is steering the company in a brave new direction with the Delta 5, the first bolt-action rifle in the Georgia-based firm’s history.

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