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AR .22LR conversions?


Grayfox54

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Basically, you remove the BCG, insert the conversion assembly and commence to shooting.  They are very simple devices.

I have a CMMG that I haven’t used in years, but recall it to be dependable.  Accuracy is acceptable for firing a .22 LR through a barrel not designed for it at close ranges I guess.

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CMMG makes an excellent drop-in conversion.  If you look around you can usually find them on sale somewhere.  

As stated above, it's a five-second switch.  Reasonably accurate and reliable.  Nothing to change on your rifle.

Designed by the brilliant Max Atchison in the late 70's.  Every AR owner should have one.

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I have a cmmg bolt, charging handle, & mag only conversion. Don't use it anymore. Bought it used on here years ago. Only used it a few times in a m&p15 to. Worked well, but was consurned with the extra cleaning.  I have a sig p522 with brace that I really like & shoot  now. Not for sale. May use it again someday.

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On 12/21/2019 at 5:50 PM, Grayfox54 said:

I'm thinking about getting a .22LR conversion kit for my M&P-15. I know nothing about them. Please educate me. 

PSA has an M&P 15-22 with optic and case on sale for about $320 if that's convenient for you.

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