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Daniel Defense Honors Military & LE Pros with Exclusive New Rifle Package

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Daniel Defense is honoring the service of our nation’s military and law enforcement professionals with the release of a new Global War on Terror (GWOT) rifle package. The commemorative rifle package is available for purchase only by active-duty and retired military and law enforcement professionals, U.S. veterans and those who diligently and selflessly served our nation in times of need.

“This is our way of honoring and thanking the brave men and women who serve—and have served—this great country of ours,” said Daniel Defense Founder/Executive Chairman Marty Daniel. “The GWOT rifle package is available exclusively for military and law enforcement customers and won’t be offered to the general public. It’s an upgrade of our best-selling M4A1 RIII at a special price point.”

Upgrades include a Blue Force Gear Vickers Sling, Magpul MBUS Pro flip-up sights, a mil-spec Flat Dark Earth (FDE) Cerakote finish on the rifle’s RIII rail instead of anodizing, custom Global War on Terror engraving on the lower and a matching commemorative challenge coin. The rest of this exclusive rifle chambered in 5.56 NATO is all M4A1 RIII and includes the features beloved by military and law enforcement customers, including a 14.5-inch, cold-hammer-forged barrel; a reliable mid-length gas system; ambidextrous safety, magazine release and bolt catch; a GRIP-N-RIP charging Handle; and a lightweight but durable 12.5-inch RIS III rail/handguard with popular M-Lok attachment. MSRP is less than a standard M4A1 RIII—but only for military or law enforcement customers.

To see pricing and order the GWOT rifle package, you must first create an account and provide your military or law enforcement credentials or proof of service by e-mail. The GWOT rifle package went on sale last week and the special price runs through Independence Day, July 4.

Article by GUY J. SAGI



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