NRA Gun of the Week: CMMG Resolute 300 MK4 Rifle

posted on July 13, 2019

Among the myriad introductions at SHOT Show 2019 was a straight-wall rifle cartridge dubbed 350 Legend. The leading company behind the charge is Winchester, but it wasn’t until a day later that CMMG Inc., announced not only a rifle, but a series of direct-impingement semi-automatics compatible for use with this newly designed cartridge. At the top tier of the series, the Resolute 300 MK4 boasts forged aluminum receivers featuring Cerakote finishes and components AR builders know the company for. To learn more, watch our NRA Gun of the Week video hosted by American Rifleman’s Kelly Young.

Specifications:
Manufacturer: CMMG Inc.
Model: Resolute 300 MK4
Action Type: gas-operated, semi-automatic center-fire rifle
Chambering: 350 Legend
Receivers: forged aluminum, Cerakote Sniper Grey finish
Barrel: 16.1”, chrome-moly steel
Stock: CMMG RipStock; five-position adjustable
Magazine: 10-round detachable box
Sights: none; Picatinny rail
Trigger: two-stage; 4-lb., 8-oz. pull
Weight: 6 lbs., 5 ozs.
MSRP: $1,550

Additional Reading:
SHOT Show 2019: Winchester 350 Legend Ammunition
Tested: CMMG Guard Pistol Caliber Carbines
SHOT Show 2019: CMMG Resolute Carbines in 350 Legend
Tested: CMMG MK4 Banshee .22 LR Pistol
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