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Welcome To Diamondback Firearms
Diamondback Firearms is proud to present the DB380SL. A micro-compact .380 semi-automatic
pistol made entirely in the USA. Designed with safety in mind, the DB380SL features a unique
"ZERO-Energy" striker firing system with a mechanical firing pin block, a steel magazine
catch to secure a sheet metal magazine and real windage-adjustable sights on a duotone slide,
all in a lightweight pistol.
Accessories & Gear
NEW! Now you can shop online for accessories, parts and gear
for Diamondback pistols and rifles.
NEW DB15 PISTOLS
THE NEW LINE OF DB15 PISTOLS
Caliber: 223/556 Barrel Length: 7.5" or 10.5"
Available in: Black, Flat Dark Earth (Cerakote Finish)
and OD Green (Cerakote Finish)
Diamondback Firearms is proud to present the DB9, a micro-compact 9mm semi-automatic
pistol made entirely in the USA. Designed with safety in mind, the DB9 features a "ZERO-Energy"
striker firing system with a mechanical firing pin block, a steel magazine catch to secure
a sheet metal magazine and real windage-adjustable sights, all in a lightweight pistol.
Diamondback Firearms is committed to its customers and to its colleagues in the firearms
industry, and makes safety a top priority. Firearms design anchors an ever growing
industry, whose consumers have been increasingly interested in articulating their
opinions, requests and beliefs. As a company dedicated to its customers,
Diamondback Firearms has heard your thoughts and responded.
Introducing: NEW DB15 Pistol
The new .223/5.56 DB15 pistol based off of Diamondback’s A3 Flattop
forged 7075 T6 Aluminum upper and lower receiver utilizing their reliable gas operated system. The full-length, top-mounting rail (from the rear receiver to the end of the handguard) permits placement of multiple optics, lights, lasers and other accessories for total customization of the firearm. Read More »
Empty Cases Video:
DB9 reviewed by Richard Mann
Shooting Illustrated writer Richard Mann tests the reliability of the Diamondback DB9 and shares his thoughts on his Empty Cases blog.
His final thoughts: "Is the DB9 reliable? Based on this test: perfectly." View Video »