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Drop-in .22 LR conversion system comes fully assembled and ready to install in any semi-auto AR-15 to help you practice critical shooting skills with economical rimfire ammunition. Concentrate on improving grip, sight alignment, trigger pull, and other skills without burning up expensive centerfire ammo. Simply replace the bolt and carrier with the conversion unit, load up the included magazine with high-velocity round-nose .22 LR ammo, and you’re ready to shoot.

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I love these things. I don't know if I got mine from Brownells or Primary arms, but it was about a year ago and cost more than this on sale. I've run mine in a 16" Aero upper (so BA barrel) and it's plenty accurate at plinking distances. Allows me to also shoot my AR at my local 50" indoor pistol range. My only complaint, if any, is that the magazines are a pain to load.

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Mags will not accept more the 10 CCI stingers without jamming. They are a little longer. Other brand mags will take all 25, not Cmmg. It does work well with other 22 loads.

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Great product. Got a squirrel in my scoped 16” AR with it even! Would anyone know how much of a difference swapping my .22 over to .223 would make with sighting in my scope?

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$173.98 total shipped to me in GA from this seller: https://dackoutdoors.com/product/cmmg-22ba651-bravo-22-conversion-kit-wi... - I haven't dealt with them

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I really started to enjoy this kit when I got the special charging handle that prevents spent 22lr casings from getting lodged in the groove of a standard charging handle. The CMMG handles are made of polymer, but seem durable. I made some aluminum CHs for the 22lr conversion by filling the groove. Both work prefect for their intended job with these conversions. Great to have now

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It will also get an occasional case stuck

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Not sure what you mean. This kit does not include a CH, you use the CH included with your .223/5.56 AR-15 which should NEVER EVER EVER be made of polymer. How would the casings get lodged in any CH? There is a bar at the top of the kit that has a bar running the entire length of the "grove" and the spent casing eject 90 degrees down from the 12 o'clock / grove position.

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Here is the CMMG charging handle with description. Obviously, normal charging handles should not be poly and I know this kit does not come with a charging handle... but CMMG should include this replacement CH to make this set up run reliably out the package
https://cmmginc.com/product/charging-handle-assembly-22arc/

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I have this exact kit and it did not come with a CH. After 1000's of rounds through this conversation kit, I still do not understand how on earth a casing could get stick in a standard charging handle but if they make a solution, there must be a problem.

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Look up CMMG charging handle for AR conversion. They make one specifically for this issue. The small 22lr casing can lodge in the groove of the charging handle and CMMG sells a poly CH that has this groove filled to avoid stoppages. I know from experience as I have two of these kits and run them numerous times in numerous different set ups.

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This is cheaper from 5 other vendors when looking at the "Live Inventory Search" on this very page. Normally these are $160. Shame shame Gun.deals.....

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Does anyone know if these conversions are a full auto bolt carrier group?

I bought the Fostech Echo trigger and it would be great to run cheaper ammo when I'm firing all day.

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You’ll need the fostech auto sear trip kit for 22lr. Ditch these cmmg mags and buy black dog machine magazines. My cmmg mags would jam multiple times per mag. The BDM mags run nearly flawlessly with my echo and cmmg 22lr upper. Also, spinning a bore brush in the chamber of the 22lr will polish it up a lot and help smooth out feeding.

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Thank you so much for the info!

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Great accessory! Don't trust your life to it- definitely not the most reliable piece of equipment but a lot of fun at the range. Probably about 1000+ RDS thru it and it has been great.

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Junk! After only 50 rounds, gouged a huge chunk out of the inside of my upper receiver sending metal shavings all through the trigger mechanism and lower receiver. While cleaning I found that a retaining pin walked out of the CMMG bolt which caused it to cut into the upper receiver with each round. CMMG had me send it in for replacement but they only replaced the pin - which did not fit flush with the bolt. Same issue, continued to gouge out the receiver. CMMG wouldn't do anything else to fix the issue. It's a crap engineered product. Just buy a .22 AR with todays prices and save some aggravation.

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Is this the same kit from a year ago when you first posted ? Just seems odd to me that you felt the need to post almost the same post again 10 months later. Did you buy another kit or just reposted what you had already posted?

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Great observation. He didnt respond, so im wondering if hes just a troll.

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My BCG cracked on both sides less than 100 rounds. I am returning it for a refund so I cannot recommend it.

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Minor sanding to front bushing and good to go. Only 2 pipes in 300+ rounds, blame on cheap ammo

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I bought this kit a year ago and works great. Just lube the bolt up and no problems yet.

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I love mine for cheap plinking with my Ruger AR556. I can shoot for hours using the same platform I would use for more serious work. Great deal with the 3 mags.

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Great!

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This is only for training with your AR and for fun plinking, if you want accuracy, then buy a Ruger 10/22 for $50 more.

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I Agree. Shooting a .556 barrel for a 22LR works, BUT far from being accurate. It is not as smooth and tight as using a dedicated .22 barreled rifle.

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They are not very accurate. I agree.

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How bad are we talking? I want to pick one up but not if you can't hit some cans

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Got one so my son can get used to it.Works great. Easy swap out. Only glitch is front bushing too snug. Easy sanding with wet sand paper and fits perfectly. Ran about 300 .22 through it and only 2 pipes

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I had the same problem with the bushing, one email later to CMMG and I had a replacement in my had 72 hours later. No proof of purchase required.

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I don't get the allure... Cheap plinking I get but not at the expense of gouging an upper receiver... I mean look at that cheap POS. From an engineering standpoint, failure is imminent. Read comments from others below.

Analyze what you're buying. Three $10 mags and some lightweight "imitation" of an actual bcg for $180?... Christ. They gotta love selling you these. A legitimate Toolcraft bcg with three PMAG's are less.

A couple more bucks will get you a dedicated .22 rifle and who wouldn't rather that?

No wonder they lowered the price to $160.

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Lube the inside walls of the upper receiver with thick grease that’s compatible with aluminum and high heat resistant and also lube the .22 BCG a bit and there will not be any problems

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But if you love to run your ARs dry, then also try to run your car engine dry and see what happens

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Finally! A price i’m willing to pay. Funny how much difference $20 makes. lol.

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Great cheap training with your AR-15.

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Its $174.99 w/NCS code not $164.99

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Code M8Y is for free shipping.
Code NCS is for a $20 off on a $200 or more purchase.

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NCS gave me $15 off and free shipping for this. Great deal! Almost bought it from Midway last week for $140, but there was no free shipping and only one magazine. This is a better deal!

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I bought this CMMG .22 conversion bolt with three mags for around $180 two years ago. It's true you can buy a .22 rifle cheaper but this has a real fun factor dropping it in your AR and firing all day cheap. I use it in a Radical Firearms 5.56/.223 upper and use my existing charging handle. Now the .002 difference in round diameter does make a difference in accuracy and it's noticeable. I'll start off shooting an 8" splatter target at 50 meters with the .223 and then switch to the .22 bolt. I'll still pepper the 8" target but not the same groups as a .223 round. However, I don't mind blowing 500 rounds in a range trip when I'm using the conversion bolt. Even Tula gets expensive after a while. You'll notice the bolt has what appears to be a casing at the business end. This is attached to the bolt and seats in your chamber but I haven't noticed any damage to my rifle. The biggest problem I have is seating the magazines. You can't slam them in place like a normal mag, rather you gently slide and lock them in. I have well over 2,000 rounds though this bolt and think it was a great value purchase. Bottom line, sacrifice a little accuracy but have the benefit of plinking with your full size AR.

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With prices the way they are just buy a dedicated 22. I bought this before the slump and it caused a deep gouge inside my upper receiver. It was caused by a cotter key that walked out while I was shooting for the day. Shards of my upper receiver were all through the upper receiver and down in the trigger assembly. Took forever to clean. CMMG had me ship it back and they "fixed" it. Also replaced my upper receiver. Fired it again and a different pin walked out and caused damage again!! CMMG would not replace it or do anything. Only sent me replacement cotter pins. Horrible customer service and absolutely horrible product! I have a Youtube video in the works to show damage.

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It’s probably easier to pony up the other $150 to buy an M&P15 22

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So the 223 wylde barrel doesn't need to be changed out?

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It's magic

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Same caliber bullets. Both are 22 cal

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What mags are these? I have the original converter that came with the skinny 10 rd magazine and it looks super goofy on the ARs.

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Cheaper shipped from Right to Bear, at least as of Saturday.

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Yeah but this is the 25rd version.

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