Video: Krink-Equipped CMMG Mk47 AK13S

posted on January 19, 2016
CMMG recently installed Krink-style devices to end of its Mk47 barrels, which lets them behave as a booster, flash suppressor, blast reducer, while slightly reducing recoil. The best part is that even though the barrel length of the new Mk47 AKS13 is still only 13", the attached Krink device makes it a non-NFA firearm (true SBR models are also available). For more on these new Krink-equipped models, watch the video from Media Day at the Range at SHOT Show 2016. Additional rifle specifications are listed here, or for more, visit CMMGinc.com

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