Dark Storm Industries (DSI), a New York-based firearms manufacturer, has released the 2018 edition of its Signature Series rifle, the DS-15 Freedom Flag 5.56. The DSI Signature Series is produced by combining Dark Storm’s precision engineered and manufactured parts with some of the industry’s top stock and grip manufacturers. The DSI Signature rifles are limited edition, custom rifles designed and built by serious shooters for serious shooters.
The rifle’s heart and soul are the DS-15 7075 billet aluminum lower receiver and DSI 7075 forged upper receiver with a forward assist and ejection port cover. The rifle features a charging handle with an extended tactical latch and a billet ambidextrous 90-degree safety selector. The NiB bolt carrier group provides improved reliability and reduced maintenance, the company says. The DSI 16-inch 5.56 threaded (1:9) stainless steel barrel and spiked CQB compensator are both finished in the Signature Series brush stainless finish.
A Signature Series drop-in trigger offers a nice, crisp 4-pound trigger pull and short reset. The 15-inch extended length Signature Series M-LOK forearm and full-length Picatinny top rail provide the user with plenty of options for lights, sights and laser combinations. Dark Storm’s Freedom Flag 5.56 rifle is built with a Magpul CTR adjustable stock, an ambidextrous sling plate,a Hogue rubberized pistol grip and comes with an Amend2 MOD-2 30 round magazine. A custom “battle-worn” Cerakoted American flag caps off the look of this rifle.
“The DS-15 Signature Freedom Flag rifle proved to be quite popular at our booth this past SHOT Show,” Ed Newman, co-owner and founder and owner of Dark Storm Industries, commented. “No matter what state you live in or do business in, Dark Storm is the one company you can go to for the largest choice of rifles available to California and other restricted states, including our new Signature Series.”
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