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Posted: 11/13/2012 11:09:23 AM EST
Ladies and gentlemen, all of us here at Diamondback Firearms are excited to show off our line of the DB-15's, our new AR! Pictures and specifications will be listed below! Please feel free to comment, ask questions, or even post your own photos if you have a DB-15 of your very own! Enjoy!

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Model- DB-15 S - MSRP $846.00
Caliber- 5.56 NATO/.223 Remington
Finish- Black Anodized Hardcoat
Barrel- 16” 4140 Chrome-Moly, M4 Contour
Barrel Twist Rate- 1 x 9
Bolt Carrier- Shot-Peened, Magnetic Particle Inspected Mil Spec 8620 carrier
Lower Receiver- Forged 7075 T6 Aluminum
Upper Receiver- A3 Flattop Forged 7075 T6 Aluminum, T-Marked
Handguard- Standard 2-Piece
Pistol Grip- A2 Style
Stock- M4, Commercial Tube, 4 position
Weight- 6.65 lbs.
Overall Length (Stock Collapsed)- 32.5”
Overall Length (Stock Collapsed)- 36.25”
Flash hider- A2
Sights- A2 Front Only

*300 Blackout model available soon!




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Model- DB-15FDE - MSRP $979.00
Caliber- 5.56 NATO/.223 Remington
Finish- Diamondback Flat Dark Earth
Barrel- 16” 4140 Chrome-Moly, M4 Contour Free Float
Barrel Twist Rate- 1 x 9
Bolt Carrier- Shot-Peened, Magnetic Particle Inspected Mil Spec 8620 carrier
Lower Receiver- Forged 7075 T6 Aluminum
Upper Receiver- A3 Flattop Forged 7075 T6 Aluminum, T-Marked
Handguard- Diamondback Aluminum Modified Four Rail
Pistol Grip- A2 Style
Stock- M4, Commercial Tube, 4 position
Weight- 6.65 lbs.
Overall Length (Stock Collapsed)- 32.5”
Overall Length (Stock Collapsed)- 36.25”
Flash hider- A2
Sights- No Sights / Mag Pul flip-up sights available

*300 Blackout model available soon!





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Model- DB-15 B - MSRP $958.00
Caliber- 5.56 NATO/.223 Remington
Finish- Black Anodized Hardcoat
Barrel- 16” 4140 Chrome-Moly, M4 Contour, Free Float
Barrel Twist Rate- 1 x 9
Bolt Carrier- Shot-Peened, Magnetic Particle Inspected Mil Spec 8620 carrier
Lower Receiver- Forged 7075 T6 Aluminum
Upper Receiver- A3 Flattop Forged 7075 T6 Aluminum, T-Marked
Handguard- Diamondback Aluminum Modified Four Rail
Pistol Grip- A2 Style
Stock- M4, Commercial Tube, 4 position
Weight- 6.65 lbs.
Overall Length (Stock Collapsed)- 32.5”
Overall Length (Stock Collapsed)- 36.25”
Flash hider- A2
Sights- No Sights / Mag Pul flip-up sights available

*300 Blackout model available soon!





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Model- DB-15 NiB - MSRP $1,118.00
Caliber- 5.56 NATO/.223 Remington
Finish- Nickel Boron/Black Anodized Hardcoat
Barrel- 16” 4140 Chrome-Moly, M4 Contour, Free Float
Barrel Twist Rate- 1 x 9
Bolt Carrier - Nickel Boron Coated, Shot-Peened, Magnetic Particle Inspected Mil Spec 8620 carrier
Lower Receiver- Nickel Boron Coated Forged 7075 T6 Aluminum
Upper Receiver- Nickel Boron Coated A3 Flattop Forged 7075 T6 Aluminum, T-Marked
Handguard- Diamondback Aluminum Modified Four Rail
Pistol Grip- MAG PUL MIAD
Stock- MAG PUL CTR, Commercial Tube, 4 position
Weight- 6.65 lbs.
Overall Length (Stock Collapsed)- 32.5”
Overall Length (Stock Collapsed)- 36.25”
Magazine- MAG PUL (30) Round
Flash hider- A2
Sights- No Sights / Mag Pul flip-up sights available

*300 Blackout model available soon!





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Model- DB-15 DCG - MSRP TBA
Caliber- 5.56 NATO/.223 Remington
Finish- Digital Camo Green
Barrel- 16” 4140 Chrome-Moly, M4 Contour, Free Float
Barrel Twist Rate- 1 x 9
Bolt Carrier- Shot-Peened, Magnetic Particle Inspected Mil Spec 8620 carrier
Lower Receiver- Forged 7075 T6 Aluminum
Upper Receiver- A3 Flattop Forged 7075 T6 Aluminum, T-Marked
Handguard- Diamondback Aluminum Modified Four Rail
Pistol Grip- A2 Style
Stock- M4, Commercial Tube, 4 position
Weight- 6.65 lbs.
Overall Length (Stock Collapsed)- 32.5”
Overall Length (Stock Collapsed)- 36.25”
Flash hider- A2
Sights- No Sights / Mag Pul flip-up sights available

*300 Blackout model available soon!





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Model- DB-15 DCT - MSRP TBA
Caliber- 5.56 NATO/.223 Remington
Finish- Digital Camo Tan
Barrel- 16” 4140 Chrome-Moly, M4 Contour, Free Float
Barrel Twist Rate- 1 x 9
Bolt Carrier- Shot-Peened, Magnetic Particle Inspected Mil Spec 8620 carrier
Lower Receiver- Forged 7075 T6 Aluminum
Upper Receiver- A3 Flattop Forged 7075 T6 Aluminum, T-Marked
Handguard- Diamondback Aluminum Modified Four Rail
Pistol Grip- A2 Style
Stock- M4, Commercial Tube, 4 position
Weight- 6.65 lbs.
Overall Length (Stock Collapsed)- 32.5”
Overall Length (Stock Collapsed)- 36.25”
Flash hider- A2
Sights- No Sights / Mag Pul flip-up sights available

*300 Blackout model available soon!


Diamondback Firearms
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Posted: 11/13/2012 5:38:12 PM EST
I dig the FDE model.
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Posted: 11/13/2012 5:42:33 PM EST
Whats with the all 1:9
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Posted: 11/13/2012 5:49:26 PM EST
Nice.
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Posted: 11/14/2012 9:29:38 AM EST
Originally Posted By Rearwardassists:
Whats with the all 1:9


Nothing wrong with 1:9, it's actually better if all you shoot is 55 and 62 grain ammo.
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Posted: 11/14/2012 9:03:05 PM EST
Originally Posted By gggplaya:
Originally Posted By Rearwardassists:
Whats with the all 1:9


Nothing wrong with 1:9, it's actually better if all you shoot is 55 and 62 grain ammo.


But it isn't cool
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Posted: 11/15/2012 4:40:34 PM EST
Any midlengths?
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Posted: 11/15/2012 6:21:31 PM EST
Originally Posted By Castillo:
Originally Posted By gggplaya:
Originally Posted By Rearwardassists:
Whats with the all 1:9


Nothing wrong with 1:9, it's actually better if all you shoot is 55 and 62 grain ammo.


But it isn't cool


There's nothing cool about it. You can't even see it. Many people who buy personal defense ammunition for their AR, are usually attracted to the heavier weight hollowpoints and not the varmint polymer tips. My first AR was a 1:9 which was a waste because I ended up selling it once it key holed my 75gr TAP. Live and learn. But there's no reason for me to ever own a 1:9.
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Posted: 11/15/2012 6:45:01 PM EST
To each their own - I'm OK with 1 in 9 twist.
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Posted: 11/15/2012 7:14:10 PM EST
Any models with a chrome lined barrel?
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Posted: 11/15/2012 7:47:34 PM EST
Originally Posted By yendikeno:
To each their own - I'm OK with 1 in 9 twist.


You're right. Each person will decide what's best for them.

However, why settle? I've gone through the paces and made buying mistakes and it cost me. Now that I have more AR experience and knowledge, I know better. But that's what makes the AR platform so great, you fit it to suit YOU. No reason to just be, "OK" with something.
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Posted: 11/15/2012 8:28:09 PM EST
Glad to see you guys branching out. Love my DB380
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Posted: 11/16/2012 8:34:57 AM EST
Originally Posted By sturmjr:
Originally Posted By Castillo:
Originally Posted By gggplaya:
Originally Posted By Rearwardassists:
Whats with the all 1:9


Nothing wrong with 1:9, it's actually better if all you shoot is 55 and 62 grain ammo.


But it isn't cool


There's nothing cool about it. You can't even see it. Many people who buy personal defense ammunition for their AR, are usually attracted to the heavier weight hollowpoints and not the varmint polymer tips. My first AR was a 1:9 which was a waste because I ended up selling it once it key holed my 75gr TAP. Live and learn. But there's no reason for me to ever own a 1:9.

They make 55 and 62 GR bullets for self defense.
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Posted: 11/16/2012 9:30:17 AM EST
Originally Posted By Ermac:
Originally Posted By sturmjr:
Originally Posted By Castillo:
Originally Posted By gggplaya:
Originally Posted By Rearwardassists:
Whats with the all 1:9


Nothing wrong with 1:9, it's actually better if all you shoot is 55 and 62 grain ammo.


But it isn't cool


There's nothing cool about it. You can't even see it. Many people who buy personal defense ammunition for their AR, are usually attracted to the heavier weight hollowpoints and not the varmint polymer tips. My first AR was a 1:9 which was a waste because I ended up selling it once it key holed my 75gr TAP. Live and learn. But there's no reason for me to ever own a 1:9.

They make 55 and 62 GR bullets for self defense.


As well as 69 and 72 gr ammo.
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Originally Posted By Ermac:
Originally Posted By sturmjr:
Originally Posted By Castillo:
Originally Posted By gggplaya:
Originally Posted By Rearwardassists:
Whats with the all 1:9


Nothing wrong with 1:9, it's actually better if all you shoot is 55 and 62 grain ammo.


But it isn't cool


There's nothing cool about it. You can't even see it. Many people who buy personal defense ammunition for their AR, are usually attracted to the heavier weight hollowpoints and not the varmint polymer tips. My first AR was a 1:9 which was a waste because I ended up selling it once it key holed my 75gr TAP. Live and learn. But there's no reason for me to ever own a 1:9.

They make 55 and 62 GR bullets for self defense.


Where did I say that they didn't?

I stated that MOST people who own an AR and buy self defense ammunition, are looking to shoot heavy hollow points with better performance than polymer tipped varmint rounds. I have some left over polymer tipped TAP ammo but the majority of my stash is T2 TAP and 75gr TAP FPD. With a 1:7" twist, I can still shoot those lighter 55gr/62gr rounds. However, with a 1:9 twist, SOME barrels will stabilize the heavier bullets and some won't.
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Posted: 11/16/2012 1:50:41 PM EST
Originally Posted By sturmjr:
Originally Posted By Ermac:
Originally Posted By sturmjr:
Originally Posted By Castillo:
Originally Posted By gggplaya:
Originally Posted By Rearwardassists:
Whats with the all 1:9


Nothing wrong with 1:9, it's actually better if all you shoot is 55 and 62 grain ammo.


But it isn't cool


There's nothing cool about it. You can't even see it. Many people who buy personal defense ammunition for their AR, are usually attracted to the heavier weight hollowpoints and not the varmint polymer tips. My first AR was a 1:9 which was a waste because I ended up selling it once it key holed my 75gr TAP. Live and learn. But there's no reason for me to ever own a 1:9.

They make 55 and 62 GR bullets for self defense.


Where did I say that they didn't?

I stated that MOST people who own an AR and buy self defense ammunition, are looking to shoot heavy hollow points with better performance than polymer tipped varmint rounds. I have some left over polymer tipped TAP ammo but the majority of my stash is T2 TAP and 75gr TAP FPD. With a 1:7" twist, I can still shoot those lighter 55gr/62gr rounds. However, with a 1:9 twist, SOME barrels will stabilize the heavier bullets and some won't.

True, you didn't. Up to what distance about will they not stabilize?

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True, you didn't. Up to what distance about will they not stabilize?



It really is dependant on the individual barrel and its length. Some won't stabilize at all, while I've seen others do well at 100yds. So it really is dependant. But that's why I'll never go back to 1:9. I am able to shoot EVERY round I did with my 1:9 PLUS the heavier TAP ammo that I was key-holing.
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True, you didn't. Up to what distance about will they not stabilize?



It really is dependant on the individual barrel and its length. Some won't stabilize at all, while I've seen others do well at 100yds. So it really is dependant. But that's why I'll never go back to 1:9. I am able to shoot EVERY round I did with my 1:9 PLUS the heavier TAP ammo that I was key-holing.

If we're talking self defense, 100 yards is fine. 1:9 is suppose to stabalize 73 GR bullets at the max.
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Will the 300BLK rifles have a price difference?
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I'm liking the looks of the railed forearm.
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Where can we buy? Washington state? I really want the NiB!
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Posted: 11/20/2012 2:45:05 AM EST
Originally Posted By TEAMSHRALP:
Will the 300BLK rifles have a price difference?


MSRP for the 300 Blackout models are yet to be announced. Stay tuned!
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Originally Posted By ar15noober:
Where can we buy? Washington state? I really want the NiB!


We expect to begin shipping the NiB model by the end of this year, if not the beginning of next. Have your dealer check with their distributors!
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Posted: 11/20/2012 6:58:59 AM EST
I want a NiB too. Please put the name Chris Pratt on one. I'll be ordering thru my local FFL favorite.
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Posted: 11/24/2012 5:14:16 PM EST
Keep the 75 Tap, and the 77gr stuff, there are way, way better loads for self defense than those loads at lower weights, I shoot a 1/8 and wouldnt go there because there is much betterloads for SD as well as hunting..Wow just.....wow.
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Originally Posted By volo:
Keep the 75 Tap, and the 77gr stuff, there are way, way better loads for self defense than those loads at lower weights, I shoot a 1/8 and wouldnt go there because there is much betterloads for SD as well as hunting..Wow just.....wow.

Agreed. There are plenty of perfectly acceptable SD loads that will stabalize in a 1:8 or 1:9 barrel.
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