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    Entering the Handgun Arena: Daniel Defense's H9 and DD PCC Debut

      TL;DR: Daniel Defense has made a significant entry into the handgun and carbine market with the introduction of its first-ever pistol, the H9, and the Pistol Caliber Carbine (PCC), known as the DD PCC, at SHOT 2024. The H9 is a notable addition, featuring a low bore axis, 1911-style trigger, reversible mag-release, and a 15-round magazine capacity. It's priced at $1,299. The DD PCC, designed for reduced recoil and user-friendliness, supports CZ Scorpion Evo magazines and offers full ambidextrous controls. It's expected to be priced around $2,000. These launches mark Daniel Defense's expansion into new firearm categories.

    Introducing the H9 Pistol: A New Era for Daniel Defense

    Daniel Defense, a renowned firearms manufacturer, has recently expanded its arsenal with the launch of its first-ever pistol, the H9. This significant development follows the company's acquisition and enhancement of a design originally created by Hudson. The H9 stands out with its low bore axis, which effectively minimizes muzzle rise and facilitates rapid, controlled follow-up shots. A notable feature of the H9 is its 1911-style trigger, which offers a straight pull complemented by a trigger safety blade. Additionally, the pistol is equipped with a reversible magazine release and a high-quality cold hammer-forged barrel, featuring a 1:10 twist rate. Customization is a key aspect of the H9, boasting a 7075 aluminum grip and compatibility with popular red dot optics. With a 15-round magazine capacity, the H9 positions itself as a strong competitor in the pistol market. 

    H9 Pistol Specifications

    The H9 comes with a set of impressive specifications, including a barrel length of 4.28 inches, an overall length of 7.69 inches, a height of 5.12 inches, and a slide width of 1.0 inch. Weighing in at 29.6 ounces with an unloaded magazine, the pistol maintains a compact and manageable profile. Daniel Defense has set the manufacturer’s suggested retail price (MSRP) for the H9 at $1,299, making it a premium offering in the handgun market.


    DD PCC: A New Player in the Pistol Caliber Carbine Segment

    Alongside the H9, Daniel Defense has also unveiled its Pistol Caliber Carbine (PCC), the DD PCC, at SHOT 2024. This innovative carbine operates on a blowback action and features a specially designed bolt group, integrated with a Kynshot hydraulic buffer to minimize recoil. The DD PCC will be available in two configurations: a standard model with a 16-inch barrel and a factory Short Barrel Rifle (SBR) version with an 8.5-inch barrel. Compatibility with CZ Scorpion Evo magazines and full ambidextrous controls highlight the PCC's versatility and user-friendliness. The carbine also features the Daniel Defense MFR M-LOK handguard, enhancing its adaptability and ease of use. While its exact market debut and price point are yet to be announced, Daniel Defense aims to offer the DD PCC around $2,000, positioning it competitively in the PCC market segment.

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