Grey Ghost Precision releases MKII versions of its popular rifles, debuting the GGP MKII Heavy, GGP MKII Light and GGP MKII GRIM.
The GGP Heavy, chambered in .308 WIN kicks off the MKII additions with a 7075-T651 billet upper receiver and GGP MKII ambidextrous lower. Featuring a M-LOK handguard, the rifle measure 38-inches in length when extended and 35-inches when collapsed. Tipping scaled at 8.3-pounds, the GGP Heavy sports a match grade barrel with 1×10 twist and 5/8×24 threaded muzzle. The muzzle touts a GGP muzzle brake and Black Nitride coating throughout.
The GGP MKII Light enters the MK II lineup chambered in 5.56 NATO. Designed for home defense or use on the battlefield, the rifle offers M4 feed ramps and ambidextrous lower. Measuring 37-inches with its stock extended and 34-inches collapsed, the long gun comes in at 6.6-pounds. Boasting a 1/2-28 threaded muzzle with GGP muzzle break, the rifle is also finished in Black Nitride coating.
Rounding out the series is the GGP MKII Grim, offered in 6.5 Creedmoor. Delivering a 22-inch Proof Research barrel, the rifle also continues the threaded muzzle design with threads of 5/8-24. Weighing 10 pounds, the Grim measures 44-inches in overall length.
“We decided that it was time to step away from the proprietary platform of the original GGP rifles, and remove all compromises; making the MKII versions much more user friendly and simplified,” Grey Ghost Precision VP of Firearms, Jason Curns, said in a news release. “With the focus being that of a more simplistic, yet versatile design, the MKII versions are now lighter (almost a full pound less on each platform) and maintain tighter tolerances across the board.”
The GGP MKII Heavy retails for $2,500 while the GGP MKII Light comes in at $1,899. The Grim is the most expensive of the set, priced at $3,199.