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2013 New Products from Del-Ton Incorporated

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Del-Ton is pleased to announce the introduction of an exciting new rifle designed for the sport shooter and enhancements to two flagship models of its rifle line.

The DTI Evolution is an excellent choice for any sporting application including 3-gun competition. “We have included many quality features but were able to keep the weight down,” said Tony Autry, CEO of Del-Ton Incorporated.  The DTI Evolution will begin shipping in first quarter, 2013. Key features include:

  • 16” CMV chrome-lined, mid-length lightweight barrel and gas system; 1X9 twist
  • HPT/MPI tested Carpenter 158 bolt
  • Samson Evolution 12.37” free float rail
  • M4 feed ramps
  • Samson Quick Flip Dual Aperture rear sight; Samson folding front sight
  • Two-stage, Mil-Spec trigger; Magpul MOE+ grip
  • Magpul CTR Mil-Spec buttstock; Mil-Spec buffer tube; H-buffer
  • Weight: 6.5 lbs
  • MSRP: $1300

The DT Sport OR is now on the shelves. This sporty, lightweight rifle is a great value and offers many features available on more expensive rifles. Key features:

  • 16” barrel; 4140 steel; 1X9 twist
  • Phosphated under low pro gas block; lightweight profile
  • Tested Carpenter 158 bolt
  • A3 Flat top with white “T” marks
  • Lower receiver is Mil-Spec forged 7075 T6 aluminum; hard coat anodized
  • M4, 6-position buttstock
  • Weight: 5.6 lbs
  • MSRP: $699

The Echo 316H OR is a solid, mid-priced A3 heavy barreled carbine that will offer years of service and reliability.  Key features:

  • 16” chrome moly vanadium barrel; 1X9 twist
  • Phosphated under single rail gas block; heavy profile; M4 feed ramps
  • HPT/MPI tested Carpenter 158 bolt
  • M4 feed ramps
  • M4 6-position buttstock; Mil-Spec buffer tube; H-Buffer
  • Weight: 6.4 lbs
  • MSRP: $864

For complete technical specifications and information on these and other Del-Ton products, please visit www.del-ton.com.

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