The CAA MCK (Micro Conversion Kit) has been a quite successful product both abroad and right here at home in the United States. In just a handful of seconds, the MCK can turn your handgun into a more stable shooting platform. CAA USA and LTC (Ret.) Mikey Hartman are proud to introduce the new CAA MCK Rifle Lineup. This natural evolution for CAA has been in the works for a while and the new lineup will share many of the same great characteristics that the main MCK line does but will now feature three rifle models in varying calibers depending on your preferences and needs.
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CAA USA Announces the NEW 10mm, 9mm, and .223 MCK Rifle Line Up
The new rifle will share many of the same design and ergonomic features of the original CAA MCK but the MCK rifle will offer factory 16″ and 10″ barrels with the 10-inch barrel featuring a welded faux suppressor or a threaded barrel for the NFA version that will be released. There will be 9mm, 10mm, and .223 caliber offerings with the two pistol caliber MCK rifles being direct gas blowback designs and the .223 version being a gas operating system.
The 10mm and 9mm rifles will feature GLOCK magazine compatibility and the familiar and convenient spare magazine holder that the MCK also offers. All of the rifles will feature a full-length Picatinny rail for attaching optics and other accessories and the familiar folding stock.
All models of MCK rifles are expected to retail for under $900 and at the time of writing still don’t have official names yet. CAA is currently hosting their “Name Our Rifle Giveaway” which will award each of the winners with the rifle they have named. The new MCK Rifles are expected to make a full launch starting in Q4 of 2022 and wrapping up in early 2023. I’m personally hoping to see prototypes at NRAAM 2022 and if they are there, you can be sure to check back here for more details and pictures of the new MCK rifle.
CAA USA designers, and developers of the world-famous MCK/Micro Conversion Kit, have decided to move into the gun manufacturing world utilizing the same MCK “look” that hundreds of thousands of customers have become accustomed to.The new rifle line-up has been in the design and R&D phase for some time, as LTC. (Ret.) Mikey Hartman described the new products. “If it was not for all our loyal, distributors, retailers, and end-users, this dream of a complete rifle system, based on the design principles of our MCK line, would not be possible. Design, tooling, and testing is an expensive endeavor, and it’s with tremendous appreciation for our customers’ passion for the MCK line, that we have been able to move forward with this project.”