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Old 04-12-2015, 12:42   #1
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My Sig M400 and DDM4V7....

My Sig M400 Classic with some new furniture, very light compared to what it was. I have a Geissele G2S trigger in the M400 while my Daniel Defense DDM4V7 carries a Geissele Super Dynamic Combat trigger. I've been shooting them both quite a bit, my Sig M400 was my first AR and it has been solid. It doesn't quite have the DD quality but it's a back-up to my favorite.

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Old 04-12-2015, 13:01   #2
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both look great...
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Old 04-12-2015, 13:09   #3
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Nice rifles!

I bought a Sig M400 recently. I can't wait to wring her out.
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I have a DD V7 and I was pleasantly surprised how light it is even with regular contour barrel, it wears a 1-4 scope and even then still a pretty handy package. Great looking rifles you got there.
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Nice rifles!

I bought a Sig M400 recently. I can't wait to wring her out.
I tell yeah, I've never had an issue with mine....have I put it through torture tests? No, as it's not going to be used for that, home defense, range use. But it's light, works, much more fun without the stock trigger
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I have a DD V7 and I was pleasantly surprised how light it is even with regular contour barrel, it wears a 1-4 scope and even then still a pretty handy package. Great looking rifles you got there.
I agree and I'm curious how the LW version feels, carries. I guess it's a few ounces lighter due to the barrel; this version feels so light regardless. I first shot my V7 during a 2 day AR course, 1000+ rounds, just a great gun IMO. I'm not exactly an AR guru, learn as I go but I do love the DD.
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