MK Arms MK760 SMG 9x19mm NATO Transferable Submachine Gun
Status: In-Stock / Please Call to Purchase
This Chester County Armory listing is for an MK Arms MK760 SMG 9x19mm NATO transferable submachine gun.
Built and registered as a factory submachine gun by MK Arms Inc. based in Irvine, CA, this model is an official copy of the venerable Smith and Wesson Model 76 SMG. Started in 1983 by Mike Ruplinger and Kenneth Dominick, MK Arms acquired all licensing and rights for the Model 76 directly from S&W. They produced their model, the MK760, up until the 1986 machine gun cutoff in the US, making an exact copy model that allowed for part interchangeability with the S&W 76. MK Arms’ business model focused mostly on sales to the consumer market, but they also continued some sales to the US Military (specifically, the Navy SEALs) for parts and upkeep of the Model 76s that were still in active use.
This beautiful, transferable submachine gun is in overall excellent condition. Mechanically, it is in wonderful condition, with only minor finish wear noted on the bolt and internals. The barrel remains bright and shiny, with clean rifling. The firing pin bolt face is crisp and clean, and the metalwork, including all welds, are strong and intact. The folding stock mechanism operates appropriately, and the rubber wrap on the stock is in excellent condition, with no degradation of the rubber noted, whatsoever. Cosmetically, this weapon notes some minor handling marks in the exterior parkerization at spots, but no dents, dings, cracks, gouges, malformations, etc. that would be of any type of operational concern.
This fully transferable submachine gun is currently on a Form 3 for easy eForm transfer. The current NFA paperwork lists “MK Arms” as the manufacturer of this weapon and “MK760” as the model.