MG Industries Introduces Four Popular Calibers in One "Survival Package

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posted on June 17, 2014
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MG Industries, manufacturers of the MARCK 15 "Hydra" platform, announce the creation of several "packages" of the company's highly-configurable, modular AR-15 style rifle with certain calibers to create kits targeted to specific markets.

For the individual who takes survival and preparation seriously, the MGI Survival Package is the kit to purchase. The kit comes packaged in a rugged, lockable rifle case with specially cut foam inserts.  The package is built on the MARCK-15 "Hydra," the base system in 9mm with a modular lower receiver, a 9mm magazine well, a QCB-D upper receiver, a 16-inch bull barrel and a 9mm Colt-style bolt.

Additionally, the Survival package contains three of the most popular calibers on the market: 5.56 NATO, 7.62x39 and .300 Blackout. The 5.56 NATO conversion package includes the 5.56 barrel, complete bolt carrier group and the AR magwell. The 7.62x39, or AK47 conversion kit, comes with a 7.62x39 barrel, MGI's enhanced 7.62x39 bolt and firing pin installed in MGI's modified bolt carrier and the AK47 magwell. A complete .300 Blackout barrel is also included and ready for use.

The MARCK-15 Hydra is the only truly modular rifle that can convert into multiple calibers in just minutes. Designed by an industry innovator and Veteran, the MARCK-15 is the only rifle you will ever need. Sold separately, the rifle and conversions would cost over $3,000.00. Available for a limited time as the Survival Package at $2,799.00.

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