Daniel Defense offers new DDM4V7P pistol in 5.56, .300BLK


The DDM4V7P is offered in both 5.56mm and .300 Blackout (Photo: Daniel Defense)

Black Creek, Georgia-based Daniel Defense had a few new products pop up for 2018 to include a compact M-Lok equipped pistol with no tax stamp required.

The DDM4V7P, offered in both 5.56mm and .300 Blackout, pairs a cold hammer forged 10.3-inch barrel with a free-floated MFR 9.0 M-Lok handguard to provide a pistol that is just under 29-inches in overall length.

Complete with an SB Tactical SOB pistol stabilizing brace on an H buffer rather than a traditional stock, the handgun remains out of National Firearms Act regulations on short barreled rifles while still providing a very compact package.

Weight is 5.44-pounds overall. Other standard features include a flared mag well, cut and polished feed ramps and a stainless flash suppressor on a barrel threaded (5⁄8×24 TPI for .300BLK, 1⁄2×28 TPI on 5.56mm) for standard muzzle devices.

MSRP is $1,679 while a variant with a Law Tactical Gen 3-M AR folding stock adapter goes about $200 more.

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