CMMG Banshee 200 MK4 5.56 Pistol, Black - 55ADF68
Ecommerce Platform: MK4
Weight: 5.9 oz
Caliber Multi: 5.56x45mm NATO
Firearm Type: Pistol
Magazine Capacity: 30
Firearm Barrel Length: 12-1/2"
Trigger Type: Mil-Spec Single-Stage
Firearm Stock: CMMG Ripbrace
Twist Rate: 1:7"
Series/Collection: Banshee 200
Grip Type: Magpul MOE
Safety: CMMG Mil-Spec
Barrel Material: 4140 Chrome Molybdenum Steel, SBN
Magazine Type: Magpul P-Mag
Operating System: Direct Impingement
Muzzle Device: A2 Comp
Muzzle Thread Size: 1/2-28
Receiver Material: Forged 7075 T6 Aluminum M4 Type Upper
Receiver Finish: Hardcoat Anodized
Handguard: CMMG RML7 M-LOK, Hardcoat Anodized
Charging Handle: CMMG Mil-Spec
Trigger Guard: Magpul MOE
If you are looking for a feature-rich AR platform the 200 Series is for you. The 200 Series features classic furniture appointments such as Magpul's MOE pistol grip and CMMG's revolutionary RIPSTOCK or RIPBRACE. Chambered in 5.56mm, these pistols and SBRs are ready for the range. The MK4 platform accepts standard AR15-style magazines, and is the most versatile of the CMMG platforms, especially with the .22 LR, 5.7x28mm (Conversion), and 9mm conversions. CMMG delivers its lightest and most compact firearms within the BANSHEE line of Short Barreled Rifles (SBR's) and AR pistols. Don't let these little guys fool you though. With a wide range of caliber offerings available, there's plenty of firepower in the BANSHEE line. With a variety of different barrel lengths and furniture to choose from, the BANSHEE 100, BANSHEE 200 and BANSHEE 300 series will have the right combination for you when concealment and portability matter the most.
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Magazines will be removed from firearms when shipping to states with magazine capacity restrictions.