Daniel Defense recently introduced a new AR pistol in 5.56mm and .300 Blackout that's compact enough for any everyday carry situation.
The DDM4V7P is not considered a short-barreled rifle so it does not require ATF approval or a tax stamp.
"This highly maneuverable pistol pairs a 10.3" barrel and the MFR 9.0 rail for fast handling, accuracy, and reliability," Daniel Defense officials said in an announcement.
A variation of the DDM4V7 S, it features the SB Tactical SOB Pistol Stabilizing Brace, M-LOK attachment technology, and a rugged and comfortable Daniel Defense pistol grip with integral trigger guard and soft touch over-molding.
The lower receiver is mil-spec with enhanced flared magazine well and rear receiver QD swivel attachment point. The upper receiver features indexing marks and M4 feed ramps. Both lower and upper are CNC machined of 7075-T6 aluminum, Type III hard coat anodized.
The barrel is cold-hammer forged chrome moly vanadium steel with a 1:7 twist. It's chrome-lined and mil-spec heavy phosphate-coated.
The DDM4V7P also features a low-profile gas block with a carbine-length, direct-impingement gas system.
Daniel Defense's new AR pistol retails for $1,679.
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