The CMMG Mk47 AKM Mutant Personal Defense Weapon

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Duration: 9:12

The Mutant looks like a typical AR-15 type rifle until a magazine is inserted. The Mutant is actually a unique rifle that’s built to be a hybrid of the AR and AK platforms, chambered in 7.62x39mm. Rob presents the features of the Mutant, examines its hybrid parts and talks about likely uses for the Mutant, including use as a personal defense weapon or home defense weapon, hunting and as a patrol rifle for law enforcement.

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8 Responses to “The CMMG Mk47 AKM Mutant Personal Defense Weapon”

  1. stan

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  2. Kevin Donnelly

    That is the best explanation of this platform that i have seen anywhere, interesting combination. Thanks Rob

  3. TC

    Wonder how this one compares to Robinson Arms XCRs. They seemed to have worked out a lot of those downsides you mentioned and are easy to convert to other calibers.

  4. Average Joe

    I lost some interest that the bolt doesn’t lock back. Like a pistol, I want to know when I am out, without having to pull the trigger and get a click instead of a bang.

  5. William

    .308 = 7.62×59?

    I’m like 99.99% positive you meant 7.62×51 but you had 39 on your mind so it came out 59

  6. gatorDennis

    Why not use an AK? Saw the advantages to the AR but I think I missed why it is better than an AKM 7.62×39

  7. Josh C

    Ak is not particularly accurate in stock form. I would figure that this is a bit better in that regard, plus manipulation is easier in terms of safety operation and charging handle use from what it appears.