- Integral suppressor
- Nice low-angle grip
- .300 BLK chambering
- Grip angle takes some getting used to
- .300 BLK feels slower than 5.56
“The DDM4ISR is a .300 BLK integrally suppressed rifle from Daniel Defense. It sports a 9 inch cold-hammer-forged barrel with an overall length of 16-inches. This gun features a Keymod handguard and handles just about as smoothly in a shoot house as it does out on the range. We had no problems whatsoever during our testing. This rifle loaded, fired, and ejected perfectly. The grip angle may feel odd to some, but overall it’s great once you get used to it.” – John C.
“The DDM4ISR features a 9-inch cold hammer-forged barrel with an integrated suppressor that brings the overall barrel length to 16-inches. This means that while this is an NFA firearm because of that suppressor, it is not a multiple NFA firearm. The suppressor features a user-serviceable baffle core that can be removed for cleaning. And the gun runs on a standard pistol-length gas block, all housed inside a 15-inch MFR XL Keymod handguard with Picatinny rail up top.” – John C.
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Daniel Defense’s DDM4ISR seems to be a decent way to snag an integrally suppressed gun chambered for the .300 BLK cartridge intended to do a very specific job…if that’s what you’re after. Remember, you do need a tax stamp, though, because of its integral suppressor. So, factor that into the overall cost While this gun is a little out of our price range, if you have the funds and want the cool factor of an integrally suppressed rifle, the DDM4ISR fits that bill.
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