Daniel Defense .300 Blackout Integral Suppressor – SHOT Show 2013

Daniel Defense
https://danieldefense.com/

Of course you want a short-barreled rifle (who doesn’t?), and it’s hard not to dream about having it suppressed. But that would require two tax stamps and probably even longer delays before you could bring your AR-15 dream ride home. Don’t Despair, Daniel Defense introduced the solution at the 2013 SHOT Show in its new 300 ISR. As if that isn’t sexy enough, it’s also chambered in the industry’s hottest cartridge—.300 Blackout. OK, you’re going to need one NFA stamp, but that beats the aforementioned alternative two stamps, because the integral suppressor reaches the gun out to 16.1 inches. Instead of taking off the suppressor you remove the baffle for cleaning, so the gun is not an SBR. The 300 ISR runs on a pistol-length gas system and ships with a 10.3-inch barrel. However, a permanently affixed suppressor brings barrel length (as far as federal regulations are concerned) to 16.145 inches. The gun also uses the Daniel Defense Modular Float Rail 12.0 so you can mount all the necessary gear and the suppressor’s core can be removed for cleaning. The company also introduced the 300 Blackout SBR, with a 10.3-inch barrel that features one-in-eight-inch rifling. This one also runs on a pistol-length gas system and, naturally, an NFA stamp is required before you can park this one in the garage. It’s also chambered in .300 Blackout.

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  • James Riley February 3, 2013, 3:11 pm

    I will gladly pay for two of them or one of each the second Tuesday of next week. Send asp signed Wimpy the poor guy.

  • Snakeman January 26, 2013, 4:57 pm

    As pointed out in the video, living in Michigan, this will be the rifle to have if one is wanting a 300 Blackout caliber rifle. I live in Michigan. Can it beat the upcoming legislation is the question on my mind.
    Cost is a bit steep, but in today’s market, it will sell. Do want.

  • scotty in tulsa January 24, 2013, 12:13 pm

    spikes could do the same thing if they wanted. i live in ok, i can hunt legaly with my sbr, but not with the silencer.the only place you can legally hunt with a silcencer on your rifle,sbr or not, ison PRIVATE land. so i want to be able to remove mine.

  • Lee January 24, 2013, 11:39 am

    Oh man, who wouldn’t want one! The price point puts them in direct competition with the Spike Tactical Compressor, however the single tax stamp gives them a nice advantage.

  • Unlicensed Dremel January 24, 2013, 10:59 am

    That’s extremely cool – good idea. Buuuuuuut, I’d still rather pay for both the tax stamps, and use the same silencer on pistols and subsonic blackout loads and have a shorter OAL and lighter weight (and use without suppressor for full-power loads). However, I can see where this makes more sense IF you’re wanting to shoot both subsonic and supersonic blackout out of the gun WITH silencer, in which case you need the beefier silencer, in which case you’d want a smaller silencer ANYWAY for your pistols (if at all)…

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