Diamondback Firearms DB10 308 FDE 18" Stainless Steel Barrel DB10ELFDE
Here's a great AR10 for whoever is after a 308 AR platform. This gun comes loaded with a bunch of key features, CMC single stage trigger, 18 inch stainless steel chrome moly barrel, 15 inch KeyMod handguard, mid-length gas system, Magpul furniture, and so on. What else could you need from an out of the box rifle? Okay an optic, well have your pick, the rifle is flat topped and ready for whatever you want to add.
Diamondback's DB10 Rifle Series is an outstanding value proposition when comparing components to price. The DB10 features a mid-length gas system with a melonite BCG: AR10 carrier with multi-caliber bolt, DPMS-style barrel extension, and high pressure firing pin. The DB10 EL model has an adjustable Magpul CTR stock and MOE pistol grip. It has an 18" free-floated, fluted, stainless steel barrel with an A2 flash hider. The receiver and 15" Keymod handguard have an FDE finish.
Description: DBF DB10 308 RFL 18SS 20RD FDE
Brand: Diamondback Firearms
Type: Rifle: Semi-Auto
Finish: Flat Dark Earth|Stainless Steel Barrel
Stock: Adaptive Buttstock, Hexgrip Suregrip
Sight: No Sights
Barrel Length: 18
Overall Length: 39.5
Weight: 8.5 lbs
# of Mags: 1
Safety: Manual Safety
Receiver: Flat Dark Earth, Forged Receiver
Muzzle: DB Muzzlebrake
Features: Forward Assist, Dust Cover, Stainless Fluted Barrel; 15 Keymod Rail, Carbine Gas System
Generally, things were fine concerning the purchase of the two weapons that I bought-everthing was timely including shipping. The issues that I have are 1. when I first put the Diamondback DB10 into the cart it showed a price of $1,199.00-I subsequently received notice the rifle was now unavailable-I called and the rifle was available at a higher price $1,599.00 which led me to a conclusion that there was a little gouging going on, especially since all other sites I visited had the weapon priced in the $1,100.00 range; and, 2. both the DB 10 and the eagle Tac-Pro AR 12 appeared to have been fired more than just to test. Both barrels were filthy and the barrel of the eagle AR 12 appears to have some internal pitting-can't tell if this is from use or manufacturing defect. I have not yet determined what to do relative to the weapons, I just picked them up from the party to whom I had them shipped on 10/30/2020 and have snot yet had an opportunity to take them to the range-hopefully there will be no issues with them. My main concern is that the barrel on the Eagle AR 10 might be compromised. No photos because I do not have a camera with which I can take a photo of the inside of the barrel.
W. T. Howard
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