New CMMG Banshee Mk17 9mm Takes Sig P320 Mags

 

Missouri-based CMMG has added a new flavor to their Radial Delayed Blowback Banshee series, one that accepts Sig Sauer P320 magazines-- the Mk17.

Available in both 5- and 8-inch Banshee pistol/SBR formats as well as the company's 16-inch barreled Resolute series carbines, CMMG says the ability for the platform to have a variant that accepts P320 mags is key. 

"In November of 2019, Sig Sauer delivered its 100,000th M17/M18 handgun to the U.S. military and the number continues to rise," said CMMG in a statement. "Those familiar with the platform now have a personal defense firearm (PDW) at their disposal. As hundreds of thousands of service members adopt a new pistol platform over the next 20-30 years, the CMMG Mk17 will be a great pairing to add to their arsenal."

The CMMG Banshee Mk17 uses the company's patented radial delayed blowback system billed as having less felt recoil than direct blowback 9mm ARs and uses CMMG's MKGS upper group. Best of all, it shares the same P320 mags as the Sig Sauer M17. (Photo: CMMG)

The Mk17 ships with one 21-round magazine and has a retail price ranging from $1,199 to $1,549 depending on options that can include a choice from up to 10 Cerakote colors. 

So how does it shoot? Johnny B and The Firearms Guy have been tossing one around for the past couple weeks, so check them out below.  

 


 
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