DDM4V7 Pro Built with Competitive Shooter Needs in Mind

DDM4V7 Pro Rifle
DDM4V7 Pro Rifle
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Black Creek, GA -(AmmoLand.com)- Daniel Defense manufacturer of the world’s finest firearms and accessories, has released the latest member of its firearms family the new DDM4V7 Pro.

This lightweight (7.4 pounds unloaded) 5.56mm platform was built with the needs of multi-gun competitive shooters in mind, to deliver the speed, controllability, and precision required to effectively engage targets in even the most difficult multi-gun stages.

The DDM4V7 Pro features Daniel Defense’s newest 18” Strength to Weight, Cold Hammer Forged barrel, for guaranteed accuracy, and a rifle-length gas system that allows for shorter split times, more precise follow-up shots, and reduced fatigue. The rifle comes standard with DD’s new modular MFR XS 15.0 rail with M-LOK attachment points, which provides significant weight savings as well as superior cooling and enhanced ergonomics.

DDM4V7 Pro Rifle
DDM4V7 Pro Rifle

This 15” rail gives operators the option to extend their support hand out closer to the muzzle, allowing for more precise driving of the weapon and also preventing over-travel when transitioning between multiple targets. An uninterrupted Picatinny rail on top and M-LOK attachment points provide plenty of real estate for shooters to attach optics and other accessories while allowing for the maximum sight radius for accurate shooting with rail-mounted iron sights.

Competitive and non-competitive shooters alike will appreciate the larger Vltor Gunfighter Mod 4 Charging Handle on the weapon, which is easily manipulated even while under magnified optics. To keep shooters on target and allow for faster follow-up shots, the rifle is equipped with DD’s newly designed Muzzle Climb Mitigator, which redirects propellant gasses through calibrated ports, countering recoil and muzzle rise. A Geissele Automatics Super Dynamic 3 Gun Trigger provides superior trigger control with its short pull and quick reset, and a Daniel Defense Buttstock and Pistol grip provide the comfort and control shooters need to stay in medal contention during marathon all-day competitions.

DDM4V7 Pro Rifle
DDM4V7 Pro Rifle

The new DDM4V7 Pro has an MSRP of 1849.00 and is available for purchase from authorized Daniel Defense Stocking Dealers or retailers.

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/CEO Marty Daniel founded Daniel Defense, which started out creating rails and accessories for the AR-15 platform in small batches. Today, with two locations and a combined 137,000 square feet of manufacturing space, Daniel Defense continues to make quality rails and accessories and the world’s finest firearms for civilian, law enforcement, and military customers.

For more information, visit www.danieldefense.com.

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    MichaelTKyCarlos Morga Recent comment authors
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    I recently purchased a DDM4V7 AR-15 and was unpleasantly surprised with the quality. The rattle between upper and lower is bad, especially considering that all parts are from the same manufacturer, I was expecting a better fit. The buttstock also rattles and not just a little! Overall, I would not recommend this rifle if you want and AR-15 that feels solid. The feeling you get is that this is a cheap built with parts from several manufacturers. Maybe my rifle is just an exception but this shows lack of quality control. This is my first DD AR-15 and my last… Read more »

    Carlos Morga
    Carlos Morga

    America just ain’t what it used to be people all angry thinking that we owe him something and out of control never seen what we have seen in the last 20 years it’s gotten out of control killing people shooting cops what’s this world coming to