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22 LR CMMG AR-15 Conversion Kit & 1 Mag

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Quantity - 1 Conversion Kit with 1 - 25 Round Magazine
Manufacturer ID # - 22BA6FD
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Details

This Drop-in .22 LR conversion kit comes fully assembled and ready to install in any semi-auto AR-15 to help you practice your shooting skills with affordable .22 LR rimfire ammunition.

This conversion kit will pay for itself after firing approximately 750 rounds of .22LR in place of your normal 223 rounds. This will enhance your shooting skill with cheaper practice saving close to $.25/round fired!

Simply remove your bolt carrier group and insert the conversion bolt and feed the .22 LR rounds with the included CMMG .22 LR Magazine. This conversion takes less than a minute with no permanent alterations to your firearm. It can quickly and easily be returned to its original caliber.

Note: This kit is designed for Right-Handed AR-15's only.

This kit comes with one 25 round magazine included.

Additional Information

Manufacturer CMMG
Weight (lbs.) 2.0000

Comments

Poppop Taggart ( Sun, 28 Jul 2013 14:34:08 +0000 ) : are ten round mags available.
Lucky Gunner Ammo ( Sun, 28 Jul 2013 22:57:31 +0000 ) : Hey Poppop, I'm sorry, we don't have any 10-round conversion kit/magazines in stock right now. Our apologies for the inconvenience, we really appreciate you taking the time to check-in and ask.
Blaine Gipper ( Mon, 05 Aug 2013 13:32:11 +0000 ) : Do I need a new barrel as well?\.
Lucky Gunner Ammo ( Mon, 05 Aug 2013 17:08:54 +0000 ) : Hey Blaine, Thank you for the note. You do not need a new barrel for your AR-15 to use this conversion kit to .22 LR. For more details about what to expect with the conversion, this is a pretty good discussion over at ar15.com: http://www.ar15.com/archive/topic.html?b=3&f=15&t=545103 Thanks again for reaching out and please don't be a stranger if you have any other questions.
Keith Herod ( Mon, 05 Aug 2013 17:25:03 +0000 ) : Blaine, 5.56/223 are 22 cal bullets, just higher powder grain weights in the brass. And different designs in the bullets itself. The conversion is so the ammo fits correctly and injects/extracts properly. The barrel is .22 cal.
Tim Angg Bourque ( Tue, 22 Oct 2013 22:17:09 +0000 ) : I have a A/R Colt M4 .22lr . Is there a way to go from .22cal to 5.56?
Lucky Gunner Ammo ( Wed, 23 Oct 2013 13:42:28 +0000 ) : Hey Tim, Thanks for the note - I'm sorry, there really isn't a good way to upsize the .22. To do it, you'd need to convert the upper receiver to 5.56. I know the Colt Umarex is one firearm that cannot be converted to 5.56 so, if you want to try to change out the upper receiver, I'd be sure to check with Colt before doing so. Sorry to deliver what may be bad news. Hopefully the .22 supply will start to come back and it won't be as tempting to convert over to 5.56. Thank you for asking!
Ed Morgan ( Sun, 10 Nov 2013 13:44:09 +0000 ) : This is great and works perfectly. It is very easy to change over and I have had no problems with jamming. I would recommend this to anyone wanting to save and shoot more.
Scott Schoemann ( Sun, 24 Nov 2013 15:16:04 +0000 ) : A slight discrepancy in barrel diameter reports: Typically a .22lr barrel has a land diameter of .223" and a groove diameter of .224" the primary body of the round itself is ,223" with the sealing bands being .224" While the bore diameters are very close on the .223 Rem/5.56x45, the rifling is different in thickness and in rate, so there will be a need for much more cleaning and lessened accuracy, but not that it would be noted as a detriment to the average shooter, nor that it would prevent use for small game hunting. And as with all rifles of this design proper lubrication is always a must. There is one bad review listed that complains of the conversion unit possibly being dangerous, All the symptoms listed speak of improper firearm maintenance, particularly as ALL issues disappeared when the entire upper was replaced. This is due to the replacement of the maintenance intensive part of the firearm
Scott Schoemann ( Sun, 24 Nov 2013 15:18:11 +0000 ) : Sounds like you are in a restricted state, CMMG does make 10 rnd mags and they are available from multiple sources, Google or Shotgun News will be your best bet.
Eric Nelson ( Thu, 27 Mar 2014 07:06:10 +0000 ) : When I shoot my BushMaster or Colt, I'm shooting for 200 yds. or more. 5.56 (not .223). What is NOT being said here is that if you're using the .22 conversion kit, use it at 50yds. maximum. If you're shooting for accuracy, shoot the rifle at 100 feet. .22's are fun to plink with, but I wouldn't recommend going beyond squirell or rabbit distance. Just my two cents. :)
Eric Nelson ( Sat, 29 Mar 2014 23:11:50 +0000 ) : And remember....while the .22 and .223 are (basically) the same caliber, those .22's wobble down the barrel. Accuracy is at a minimum. Just another two cents. :)

Product Question and Answer

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Q: If i put this kit on my bushmaster varmiter .223 do I need to change the barrel from .223 to a 22Lr

Posted On: 4/23/12 By: Steve

A: No, the bore diameter is the same for both (.224"). All you need is the conversion kit.

Customer Reviews

Works as advertised Review by Heater
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I didn't realize it had a protective cover on the end, so it wouldn't fit. After removing the cover, it dropped right into the chamber. I took it to the range and ran 50 through it with no problems. My AR is fun to shoot with these .22's in it. Glad I bought the kit. (Posted on 8/31/13)
Used it and its ok. Review by KevinO
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I have a DPMS 5.56 panther pro classic. Love the gun! Used this conv kit and was surprised, it worked pretty well. The mags are a bear to use at first, we needed to sand and smooth the upper 2" of the mag to slip into the recv'r. I did have one moment, where the gun did a rapid fire! We were shooting rem copper jacket bullets and wow... It was like full auto for a few trigger pulls. But this happened only once, I've since tried to dup the situation but haven't. You do need copper coated/ jacket bullets, I've found. The lead ones just drag and do jam up. Money saved... Ok but you do need to consider you must shoot under 100 yds. Over all, not to bad. (Posted on 8/6/13)
A waste of time & possibly dangerous Review by Careful_shooter
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After numerous FTF & FTE, + an exploded partially chambered round, I gave up. This thing will allow the firing pin to strike a round that is not fully chambered.
Used this item in a Stag 15 & SigM400, all with high velocity ammo. The number of failures to eject and jams where I had to take the rifle apart, was infuriating.
To eliminate this problem, I bought CMMG's Anti-Jam Charging handle - the jamming problem was never eliminated, just reduced.
My solution was to buy a DPMS 22 Upper assembly - since then accuracy increased, and no more FTF or FTE (Posted on 8/1/13)
Great Review by blueleader
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Works good would recommend cleaning and oil after a 100 rounds. No malfunctions and saves a lot on ammo prices. Also you can go to ranges that won't let you shoot .223. (Posted on 7/4/13)
cool, but not the answer Review by sethnelson1
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For the price, you are definitely better off buying at 22 rifle. I had a few failure to feeds and failure to ejects within 100 rds. Using standard 1200 fps ammo, Federal. Accuracy is definitely questionable at 100 yards, but I still think it's cool. (Posted on 11/21/12)
Great product Review by brad
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The conversion works *mostly* very well in my DPMS AR-15. The bolt does not lock back on the last round; otherwise, it works well and installs easily. Occasionally, it fails to cycle (mostly due to squib .22 loads or too much dirt). A great product for the price! (Posted on 11/8/12)
Good deal, but not real accurate. Review by Bob
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Kit arrived well packaged. Could have used a little oil on it, but I coated it with Gunzilla. Went in easy and worked flawlessly. Only negative I saw was accuracy suffered. It does not permit pin point shooting from my AR. Still, it's a blast with which to spray and pray. You can empty the mag in a matter of seconds. Got to find a speed loader !!! (Posted on 10/24/12)
.22lr conversion....What a blast. Review by Norm A
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Bought the kit, was shooting in just a few minutes. Shoot all day for cheap. No malfunctions save except for own fault. Tried using a brass catcher and empty's bounced back and jammed. Took off brass catcher and the kit performed flawlessly. Great addition to my S&W MP-15 . (Posted on 9/9/12)
Great product Review by Bill
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Got this for my Remington AR 15. Simple as it gets! Shot several hundred rounds with no problems! (Posted on 5/7/12)
Great product Review by Thakrippla
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Works well with recommended ammo...had a few extract/feed problems with other ammo. Went back to the recommended, no problems. (Posted on 3/22/12)
Great for a range that wont let you shoot rifle rounds! Review by Chris D.
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I only have one range within 20 miles of me, and they only allow handgun calibers, this conversion kit was perfect for me! Went into a Bushmaster Carbon-15, change out is quick and painless, no issues with feeding/ejecting. Wish it would of came at least a little oiled out of the box, but still a great buy! (Posted on 12/10/11)
I must have a lemon Review by Gator
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I bought the conversion for my bushmaster and had several fail to feeds and soft strikes. I tried many different brands of ammo with the same result. I tried it in my DPMS with the same result. I would not recommend. (Posted on 10/18/11)
Start saving big $$$ Review by Jerry :)
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How often can you shoot your AR-15 all afternoon for less than $10.00. That's what you can expect with this little jewel. (Posted on 10/4/11)
Great Product! Review by Kevin
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I recieved this as a gift awhile back, and couldnt be happier! Works flawlessly with my S&W M&P 15, converting is as simple as changing the bolt out and inserting the .22 magazine. No issues so far with feeding/ejecting, and saves a bundle on ammo. I would recommend soaking it in gun oil prior to using though, as the action is stiff and the metal is very dry right out of the box. (Posted on 8/1/11)
CMMG 22LR Conversion kit Review by Greg A
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Bought this for cheap practice with my AR's
Colt Target Match 1:7" and a DPMS Carbine 1:9" Twist. This has worked very well in both AR with the slight Mod required for the mag to lock. Very good product - have about 200 rounds through so far! (Posted on 4/4/11)
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