CMMG's AR Pistol Line-Up

posted on April 27, 2014
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Customers demanded it, and CMMG responded. For 2014, the company has developed a line of new AR pistols that incorporate features from its popular line of short-barreled rifles. Two models will be available at the outset: one chambered in 9 mm, and another in .300 AAC Blackout.

“We received a lot of feedback from our customers asking us to come out with a line of AR-style pistols,” said Jeff Overstreet, co-owner of CMMG Inc.  “As you can see, we’ve listened. Like all the guns in the CMMG line, we’ve tried to keep the weight down and the quality of manufacturing to its highest standard so that you’ve got a gun that functions properly and is fun to shoot every time you take it to the range.”

The new Mk9 PDW Pistol is chambered in 9mm and comes with one 32-round magazine.  The new Mk4 PDW Pistol is chambered in .300 AAC Blackout and comes with one 30-round Magpul PMAG.

Both pistols are equipped with CMMG's RKM7 free-floating KeyMod hand guard, which provides them with a slim, ergonomic profile. The KeyMod slots are located at the 3, 6 and 9 o’clock positions and allow users to mount compatible accessories directly to the hand guard.

Technical Specifications:

Calibers: 9mm  / .300 AAC Blackout

Barrel: 8.2" medium weight, 1:7” twist

Muzzle: A2 Compensator

Hand Guard: CMMG RKM7 Free-Float KeyMod hand guard

Receiver: Forged 7075-T6 AL

Trigger: Single Stage Mil-Spec Type

Furniture: Magpul MOE Pistol Grip

Weight: 5.3 lbs (9mm unloaded), 4.6 lbs (300 BLK unloaded)

Length: 24 inches

Magazine: 32rd (9mm), 30rd PMAG (300 BLK)

MSRP’s: $1,099.95 for Mk9 PDW Pistol (9mm), $1,049.95 for Mk4 PDW Pistol (300 BLK)

For more information, check out the video embedded below or go to CMMGInc.com.

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