Daniel Defense 7.62 Release Date Draws Near

Daniel Defense 7.62 model
Daniel Defense 7.62 model
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Black Creek, GA -(AmmoLand.com)- Daniel Defense, engineering and manufacturing the world’s finest firearms, precision rail systems and accessories, today announced that it has completed one of its final testing phases of the highly anticipated Daniel Defense 7.62 model.

This is a groundbreaking platform, engineered by using over a decade of expertise from Daniel Defense engineers and designers, that will set a new standard for those demanding the increased range and terminal ballistics the 7.62x51mm NATO cartridge offers. One of the final testing phases has been completed which included over 10,000 rounds of live fire.

“The only way to guarantee quality firearms is by doing it right the first time,” said Marty Daniel, President and CEO of Daniel Defense. “We want to exceed our customer’s expectations and this means we are putting our new 7.62 through the same vigorous testing all of our rifles go through.”

While an official release date and product name have not been released, a sneak peek of the new DD7.62 can be accessed by the following link: https://youtu.be/M2S5bP5Ctdo or below:

About Daniel Defense

Located in Black Creek, Georgia. Daniel Defense is a leading manufacturer of premium firearms, rail systems, and accessories. Its iconic brand remains unmatched in quality, precision and world-class customer service. President and CEO, Marty Daniel founded Daniel Defense, which created rails and accessories for the AR-15 platform in small batches. Now with two locations and a combined 137,000 square feet of manufacturing space, Daniel Defense continues to make the world’s leading firearms for civilian, law enforcement and military customers.

For more information, visit www.danieldefense.com.

  • 5 thoughts on “Daniel Defense 7.62 Release Date Draws Near

    1. Finally getting around to a 308….little late to the game at this day in age. I`d be interested in something unique. Say, 30-06, a 7.62×39,or even a 7mm mag.

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