CMMG Rifles Now in Flat Dark Earth Finish

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posted on May 12, 2015
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CMMG's Mk4 RCE, top (chambered in either 5.56x45 mm or .300 AAC Blackout), and the Mk3 CBR, below (chambered in 7.62x51 mm), are now available in Flat Dark Earth finish. "Flat Dark Earth finish gives our rifles a new look and allows customers to further customize the rifle to their liking," said CMMG Inc. Co-owner Jeff Overstreet. "For us, it's a great opportunity to provide something different and further enhance our rifle line-up." 

The Mk4 RCE in Flat Dark Earth is chambered in either 5.56 mm or .300 AAC Blackout and sports a 16.1" medium taper barrel with Salt Bath Nitrided finish. It includes CMMG's RKM14 KeyMod handguard and SV Muzzle Brake. It comes standard with Geissele SSA 2-stage trigger, Magpul MOE pistol grip, a Magpul CTR Stock and a Magpul 30-round PMAG. The Mk4 RCE weighs in at 6.7 lbs (unloaded). The suggested retail price of the Mk4 RCE in Flat Dark Earth finish is $1,499.95.

The Mk3 CBR in Flat Dark Earth is chambered in .308 Win. and features a 16.1" medium tapered barrel with salt bath nitrided finish. It includes CMMG's RKM15 KeyMod handguard and SV muzzle brake. It comes standard with Geissele SSA 2-stage trigger, Magpul MOE pistol grip, a Magpul ACS-L stock and a Magpul 20-round PMAG. The Mk3 CBR  weighs in at 8.7 lbs unloaded and the suggested retail price is $2,149.95. 

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