Daniel Defense announced its new RIII line of carbines and its Pro Chassis System at SHOT, which is now available as a standalone product for both Delta 5 and Remington 700 actions.
The RIS III handguard uses the same 6-bolt attachment system found on the RIS II handguard that was developed for SOCOM, but ditches the quad Picatinny rails for seven sides of M-LOK slots.
Lower receivers are the same as previous generations of DD4 rifles but they’ve been made ambidextrous with the addition of a right-side bolt catch and release lever.
Four versions of RIII are available at launch, with barrels from 10.3 to 16 inches to cover MK18 (10.3″) and M4A1 (14.5″) formats as well as DD4 lengths (11.5″ and 16″).
All of the RIIIs are chambered in 5.56 NATO.
Inletted for either Daniel Defense’s own Delta 5 action or Remington 700 footprint actions, the Pro Chassis System is an aluminum rifle chassis designed with tactical and precision use in mind.
I don’t have many details on the chassis yet, but it definitely looks cool in this 16-inch tactical-to-the-max configuration, though.
Here are specs for the 16-inch carbine . . .