9 mm Hydra MARCK-15 Rifle Designed to Use Glock Magazines

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posted on October 8, 2014
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MG Industries, manufacturer of the modular MARCK-15 AR "Hydra" platform, announces their long-awaited 9mm Hydra rifle designed to use Glock magazines. This configuration of MGI's Hydra Modular Weapon System uses standard 9mm Glock and Glock-style magazines.

The 9mm Hydra comes standard with a 16-inch interchangeable barrel, MGI's QCB upper receiver and modular lower receiver. It is made from 7075 aluminum and uses standard Mil Spec internal parts. It is completely modular and interchangeable as part of MGI's ever growing family of multi-caliber Hydras. This configuration is also one of the first of many new Hydra variants scheduled for release this year in the ever growing family of modular weapons available from MGI.

Like most configurations of the Hydra, this weapon ships to you in a standard, hard-sided, lockable pistol case. The 9 mm MGI Hydra MARCK-15 rifle has a suggested retail price of $1,299.00

MGI Hydra 9mm Rifle Specifications:
Caliber: 9 mm
Overall Length: 36 inches
Overall Height: 7 inches
Overall Width: 2.5 inches
Barrel Length: 16 inches
Weight: 7 pounds, 9.6 ounces
Magazine Type/Cap: Glock and Glock-style magazines

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