CMMG Muzzles Mk47 Mutant with Krink Device

CMMG Inc. updated its Mk47 Mutant line that blends AR15 and AK47 designs with shorter barrels and a new Krink muzzle device designed to reduce recoil and redirect blast. (Photo by Brendan McGarry/Military.com)CMMG Inc. updated its Mk47 Mutant line that blends AR15 and AK47 designs with shorter barrels and a new Krink muzzle device designed to reduce recoil and redirect blast. (Photo by Brendan McGarry/Military.com)

LAS VEGAS — CMMG Inc. updated its Mk47 Mutant line that blends AR15 and AK47 designs with shorter barrels and a new Krink muzzle device designed to reduce recoil and redirect blast.

The Fayette, Missouri-based arms maker, said its Mutant is now available with 8-inch, 10-inch and 13-inch barrels — and with a new Krink muzzle device.

The Mk47 AKS13 was among the products on display Monday at a nearby range as part of SHOT Show, the nation’s largest small arms exposition expected to draw some 60,000 attendees at a sprawling conference center here in the city.

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  • Leon Suchorski

    Has anyone tried a plastic pop bottle?

  • 13 inch barrels! That’s good. What’s the weight?

  • docduracoat

    It does not “blend AK and AR designs”
    It is an AR chambered in 7.62 x 39 that accepts AK magazines
    It is still a direct impingement gas system, not piston like an AK.
    It has been done before by other companies.
    Rock River, MGI and even Colt all have made AR 15’s that take AK magazines
    Nothing new here folks, move along

  • Which is better? AK47 or MK47?