Browse new and used CMMG rifles for sale at Guns.com. Whether you’re looking to defend your family, put meat on the table, or bring out your best at the range, CMMG rifles are made for high-precision shooting with a refusal to compromise on quality.
CMMG was established in 2002 by John, Jeff, Gretchen, and Stephanie Overstreet. They had one goal: To create a high-quality AR rifle that anyone could afford. Over the years, the company has continued to grow and evolve for the better.
Today, CMMG is a 100% American-made company and leading manufacturer of AR-15 rifles, 22 LR AR-15 conversion kits, and accessories. Their rifles are second to none, crafted with the finest materials and workmanship, and guaranteed for life.
CMMG currently manufactures AR rifles and carbines, the Resolute series, as well as long-range rifles, the Endeavor series. Both lines are available in numerous variants, chambered in multiple calibers, and offer a plethora of options.
The Resolute lineup in engineered to deliver supreme balance, accuracy, and maneuverability. The Resolute is available in three tiers — Resolute 100, Resolute 200, and Resolute 300 — with each tier offering about a dozen different caliber options. The Resolute series is well-suited for home defense and range shooting.
For hunters and other shooters who need to reach out to extended ranges, the CMMG Endeavor series is made to maximize long-range precision. It is also available in three tiers, and the lineup features a wide range of calibers, barrel lengths, furniture, and high-performance triggers to maximize your marksmanship.
CMMG rifles are made for affordability without sacrificing quality and feature competitive price tags. Carbines start at about $1,000 and go up to $2,000 or more, while CMMG long-range rifles are similarly priced.
Guns.com offers reasonable pricing, while used models make for an even lower price.
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