The MARCK-15 Hydra Vipera .223 / 5.56mm Pistol Now Available and Shipping

MGI has announced that its new Hydra Vipera .223 / 5.56mm Pistol is now available and shipping. Just as modular and versatile as the full grown Hydra, this pistol variant packs a big punch in a small package.

 

Incorporating MGI’s Quick Change Barrel (QCB-D) Upper Receiver and Modular Lower receiver with a 7.5″ barrel, this pistol will meet all defensive needs. Firing .223 / 5.56mm ammo from standard AR-15 magazines, this Hydra variant, made from Mil-Spec 7075 aluminum, comes with all Mil-Spec internal parts and a life time guarantee.

 

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

 

The MARCK-15 Hydra Vipera .223 / 5.56mm Pistol is the first and only truly modular pistol that can convert into multiple calibers in just minutes. Designed by an industry innovator and Veteran, the MARCK-15 Hydra Vipera is the obvious choice for individuals wanting more caliber choices on one platform. The MGI Hydra Vipera .223 / 5.56mm Pistol has a suggested retail price of $1289.00.

 

For more information, visit www.mgi-military.com or your local retailer. Retailers, contact MGI at MGI@MGImilitary.com to find out more about carrying the most modular rifle system in the world.

 

MGI Hydra Vipera .223 / 5.56mm Pistol Specifications:

Caliber:                       .223 / 5.56mm

Overall Length:             24 Inches

Overall Height:             7 Inches

Overall Width:              2.5 Inches

Barrel Length:              7.5 Inches

Weight:                       5.5 Lbs.

Magazine Type/Cap:      AR-15 magazines

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