MARCK-15 Hydra 6.8 SPC Now Available and Shipping

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posted on November 12, 2014
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MG Industries, manufacturer of the modular MARCK-15 AR Hydra platform, announces that the MARCK-15 6.8 SPC configuration is now available and shipping.

The MARCK-15 6.8 SPC configuration includes MGI's Modular Lower Receiver with an AR magazine-well, the Quick Change Barrel (QCB-D) Upper Receiver and a 16-inch barrel with a low profile gas block and MGI's modified bolt carrier. With this rifle, the user can purchase and utilize the rest of MGI's ever-growing system, including the various magazine wells and caliber conversions. To convert this system to another caliber, simply change the barrel, bolt and magazine well to the desired caliber. With caliber conversions already available, and many more coming into production, this weapon system continues to grow and become the most versatile black rifle platform the industry has ever seen.

Like most configurations of the Hydra, this weapon ships to you in a standard, hard-sided, lockable pistol case.

The MARCK-15 Hydra 6.8 SPC rifle has a suggested retail price of $1299.00.

MGI Hydra 6.8 SPC Rifle Specifications:

Caliber: 6.8 Rem. SPC
Overall Length: 36 Inches
Overall Height: 7 Inches
Overall Width: 2.5 Inches
Barrel Length: 16 Inches
Weight: 7.6 pounds
Magazine Type: AR-15 compatible

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