Famed AR-15 manufacturer Daniel Defense is stepping deeper into the growing suppressor market at the 2017 National Rifle Association’s Annual Meetings and Exhibits in Atlanta (GA) today with the official launch of the company’s new DD WAVE rifle suppressor.
From the press release.
The new DD WAVE sound suppressor is named in part for its advanced cascading “wave” baffle geometry, which more effectively attenuates sound than simpler baffle styles. The DD WAVE’s unique one-piece, 3D-printed Inconel construction eliminates the need for welds-typically the weakest points of a traditional suppressor-providing unmatched strength and durability. A no-tools quick-attach/detach coupling prevents carbon lock and securely mounts the suppressor to your weapon via a durable 17-4PH stainless steel muzzle device, making it easy to remove, even after extended use. Constructed of stainless steel, Inconel, and titanium-and then salt bath nitrided and Cerakote coated- the DD WAVE is fiercely strong yet lightweight, making it durable, unobtrusive, and reliable enough for fulltime use.
The 30-caliber suppressor comes in two direct thread and two quick-detach muzzle device variants (in 1/2×28 and 5/8×24 thread pitches) to mount on a wide variety of weapons.
This is the first of many new product releases expected at that NRA Annual Meetings and Exhibits in Atlanta, and we’ll bring you more from the show floor as the day continues.