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Daniel Defense’s ARs are Looking Pretty in Pink

What would you say if we told you that one of the leaders in Small Arms Manufacturing, Daniel Defense, will be offering you the chance to own your very own pink rifle. Yes we said it, pink! But don't let the Mossy Oak Break-Up Infinity Pink finish fool you. This Ambush Rifle, chambered in 5.56mm, is the newest addition to Daniel Defense's hunting line of AR's, Ambush Firearms.

So if you're looking to get your little girl a present, convince your wife/girlfriend into joining in on your firearm obsession, or just looking for a new addition to your ever growing collection, then checkout these Daniel Defense rifles.

For more information contact Daniel Defense/Ambush Firearms
1-866-544-GUNS (4867) | www.AmbushFirearms.com




3 responses to “Daniel Defense’s ARs are Looking Pretty in Pink”

  1. Michael says:

    I think we need to get more women into designing guns if our goal is to make them appealing (looks wise) to women. Coloring them pink – per my wife – is insulting. She doesn’t own anything pink.

  2. Cassandra says:

    ^ AMEN. thank you.

  3. Cris says:

    guns should be sinister looking because they are highly dangerous. Prettying them up is a personal choice. I think that if you want yours pink you should be able to get it that way, but for the majority of users of these tools, you don’t need to put lipstick on them. It’s a tool and it should function, not look pretty.

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  • I think we need to get more women into designing guns if our goal is to make them appealing (looks wise) to women. Coloring them pink - per my wife - is insulting. She doesn't own anything pink.

  • guns should be sinister looking because they are highly dangerous. Prettying them up is a personal choice. I think that if you want yours pink you should be able to get it that way, but for the majority of users of these tools, you don't need to put lipstick on them. It's a tool and it should function, not look pretty.

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