DPMS Pink Gun Project
Thursday, January 8, 2015
Breast cancer survivor and 3-Gun shooter Deb Cheek has teamed up with one of her sponsors, DPMS, to raise funds to help fight the devastating disease. It’s called the Pink Gun Project and $200 from the sale of each DPMS Breast Cancer Survivor Signature Series AR-15 goes directly to the Breast Cancer Society.
The carbine is chambered in 5.56 NATO and it comes with an aluminum, free-float, vented handguard to keep things cool on those long stages. Rifling is 1:9-inches, the barrel comes with a standard flash hider and it has a flattop receiver with a retractable buttstock.
The shocking-pink Durakote finish includes a Deb Cheek signature, and if the color isn’t enough to boldly state how you feel about defeating the disease, a Breast Cancer Awareness logo is also on the gun. DPMS wandered from its traditional color scheme for a worthwhile cause upon which we can all agree. Visit pinkgunproject.com to help find a cure.