Shop Guns.com for new and used CMMG handguns for sale. For home defense, duty, range days, and recreation, CMMG pistols are lightweight, compact, and highly maneuverable. They are available in several different calibers and with a plethora of factory options.
CMMG was established in 2002 by John, Jeff, Gretchen, and Stephanie Overstreet, with one idea in mind — to make a high-quality AR rifle that anyone could afford.
Over the last two decades, the company has continued to grow while keeping a focus on premium products with an affordable price tag.
Today, the company is an industry leader in AR-15 rifles, 22 LR AR-15 conversion kits, and accessories.
The CMMG’s line of Short Barreled Rifles (SBRs) and AR pistols is called the Banshee. They are the lightest and most compact firearms offered by the company, but these little guys deliver plenty of firepower, with multiple caliber offerings, and plenty of furniture, barrel length, and feature options.
The Banshee line is available in three tiers — Banshee 100, Banshee 200, and Banshee 300 — for plenty of options for the right combination of concealment, portability, and power. The Banshee 300 series firearms are the shortest configuration the company makes in their respective calibers.
Some of the most popular Banshee pistols for sale include the Mk4, MkG, Mk10, and the Mk57. These CMMG handguns are crafted with 7075 T-6 receivers, M-LOK free-float handguards, and SBN-finished barrels, which can range from 4.5” to 10”. These pistols are offered in the most popular calibers, including 22 LR, 9mm, 45 ACP, 308 Win, 5.56 NATO, and more.
Keeping with the company’s initial goal, the Banshee line of CMMG pistols is very affordable. Some models, such as the Banshee 100 Mk4, can be found for well under $1,000, and other models have a price tag that hovers around $2,000.
While the price is affected by a number of factors, including model, caliber, and more, the average cost of a CMMG pistol is about $1,200 to $1,400. Guns.com also offers used models, which are often significantly cheaper than their new counterparts.
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