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New Rifle Review: Daniel Defense ISR

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January 15, 2013

New Rifle Review: Daniel Defense ISR

By The Editors

ISR stands for Integrally Suppressed Rifle. You guessed it, the gun comes with a can welded and pinned to the barrel. The ISR is chambered in 300 AAC Blackout and features an adjustable stock. Overall, it's a solid, compact rifle. It will retail for about $3,000.

The ISR comes in a military and police model that has a full-auto option, but it also comes in a civilian model that is semi-auto only.

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from Ontario Honker ... wrote 1 year 12 weeks ago

Three thousand bucks for a useless butt ugly toy. Wow! My used Jimmy cost me just a little bit more five years ago. And it got me and the dogs all over North America, it's seen scores of geese and pheasants in the back, and half a dozen bucks on top. Money well spent. The entertainment value was priceless. For one of these things? I don't know. Yeah, some people also think it's "loads of fun" to go to the casino and throw money away looking at numbers on a screen for hours on end. I don't get that either.

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from Ontario Honker ... wrote 1 year 12 weeks ago

Three thousand bucks for a useless butt ugly toy. Wow! My used Jimmy cost me just a little bit more five years ago. And it got me and the dogs all over North America, it's seen scores of geese and pheasants in the back, and half a dozen bucks on top. Money well spent. The entertainment value was priceless. For one of these things? I don't know. Yeah, some people also think it's "loads of fun" to go to the casino and throw money away looking at numbers on a screen for hours on end. I don't get that either.

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