Archive for the ‘Black Rifle’ Category
Strike Industries has been releasing teaser shots of various components of their new rifle, to be released at SHOT Show. No official name has been announced but it’s been referred to as the “hover” rifle due to this photo released last night on Facebook. The stock in the image will be available before Christmas.
Time is running out but you can still enter the Build Your DDM4 Flyaway Sweepstakes.
One lucky SSD reader will receive a Grand Prize consisting of:
• Round trip airfare to/from Savannah, Georgia
• Hotel Accommodations
• Tour of both Daniel Defense facilities: Black Creek, Georgia; Ridgeland, South Carolina
• (1) Custom Built DDM4
The winner will work hand-in-hand with an armorer to assist in the build of the DDM4 rifle which will then be sent to winner’s FFL for transfer. DD pays for you to travel to their factory and build your own rifle!
There is no specific date set for the trip. Daniel Defense will work with the winner to set the date of the prize.
Enter by 31 August, 2014 for your chance to win. To enter visit danieldefense.com/registertowin.
Be sure to read all of the contest rules. These are very important. This is a Daniel Defense contest and not being administered by Soldier Systems Daily.
Earlier this week Magpul announced their new M-LOK attachment system for mounting accessories to rails. The list of manufacturers adopting the system has really taken off, thanks in part to the ongoing NRA Annual Meeting in Indianapolis, Indiana. I’m happy to see several of my favorites on the list.
After posting the BATFE letter last night on the SIG stabilizing device, we received this photo.
At SHOT Show, Daniel Defense introduced their Rock & Lock attachment system for Mil Std 1913 rails. They’re showing it at Warrior Expo as a simple to use means to attach accessories to M4s. This new design moves from a separate clamp and mount to a single-piece design.
This is the 1 O’Clock offset mount and as you can see, it’s a one-piece design with a single, flat-tip tightening bolt.
This is the new Offset Flashlight mount. This model is a bit more streamlined with the light closer to the boreline.
And this little beauty is a Rail Mount QD Swivel Attachment Point. I don’t know how many times I’ve picked up a carbine with nowhere to attach a sling. This QD Attachment Point is anti-rotation and fits right to the rail. A few twists of a screwdriver and it’s in place, where you want it.
These are low cost solutions that allow the shooter to quickly adapt new accessories to his carbine. Check them out.