This coyote’s lights get knocked out for the first confirmed CMMG chambered in 22 Nosler kill.
Predator hunting is a rapidly growing sport that is an addiction that can’t be fed enough. Productions like Predator Pursuit continue to pump out some of the best hunting footage and tips to help you become a better hunter. Once you have mastered the skill though, it is time to try new gear.
The buzz in the ammunition world lately has been the 22 Nosler. Since its release, the ammunition is being spoke about everywhere. And follow up questions is how does it perform in hunting scenarios? Well, this video can answer some questions.
The 22 Nosler was born from the idea of creating the most powerful .22 caliber centerfire cartridge that would reliably function in the AR-15 platform. Compared to the 223 Remington / 5.56 NATO, the 22 Nosler has 25% more case capacity making it roughly 300 feet/second faster at the muzzle for maximized performance.
CMMG is also exploding onto the scene with great innovation and top notch firearm products. The USA-made success story now has an AR platform rifle that is chambered in 22 Nosler, and this video is proof in the pudding that it is one bad dude!
This CMMG rifle in 22 Nosler is an absolutely beautiful gun. And as you can see, it performs just as great as it looks.
The new CMMG Mk4 rifle line in 22 Nosler is engineered to deliver on this exciting new caliber’s promise of long-range accuracy and high-energy performance. The Mk4 is available in four different configurations.
Three different barrel lengths — 18, 22 and 24-inch — are offered, each with a medium taper profile and made of 416SS. The receivers are made of forged 7075-T6 AL.
Superior long-range accuracy, combined with a lightweight configuration, makes the Mk4 in 22 Nosler the perfect choice for your next predator hunt.
If you think you might want to add one of these to your arsenal, be sure to check them out!
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