Tippmann Arms M4- PRO
The M4-22 PRO is a premium .22 caliber semi-automatic tactical rimfire rifle with aluminum upper and lower receivers and all the features of a true M4. The M4-22 PRO is largely mil-spec compatible and will accept most AR15 stocks, handguards and sights.  The M4-22 has the look, feel and controls of a true M4 and is a perfect platform for training applications or backyard plinking.
- Composite Free Float Handguard
- 16” 4150 Solid Steel Barrel with Parkerized Finish
- Nickel Plated Bolt
- Gen2 Grip
- Semi-Automatic
- Aluminum Upper and Lower Receiver
- New 25 RND Magazine
- Functional Forward Assist
- Bolt Catch
- Charging Handle
- Adjustable Flip Up Sights
- Shell Deflector
- 4 ½ Pound Trigger Pull
- Ejection Port Cover
- Adjustable Stock
- 1/2 x 28 Threaded A2 Birdcage
- Popular AR Platform
- Easy Push Pin Disassembly
- Full Length Top Picatinny Rail
- 2-Position, Receiver Mounted Safety Lever
- Ambidextrous Sling Adapter Plate
- Mil-Spec FCG (With the exception of the Safety lever. It is proprietary.)
- Allows For Drop in Trigger Assemblies
- Standard “bicycle lock” Storage Safety
- Compatible With Most Standard AR15 Components and Accessories 
- Owner’s Manual
MPN#: A101034
UPC#: 857253008044

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If only I could find a barrel in stock, I'd rather just built an upper... I wish palmetto sold the barrel only out of their upper! Cmmg barrels always out of stock

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Does anyone actually own this rifle and care to share their opinion and experience? I realize $500 for a . 22 seems awful expensive compared to the prices 12-16 months ago but as the prices continue to climb, now might be the time to buy one of these. Ive been looking at a couple other similar rifles however Ive found many to be full of plastic, "fake gimmicks" and some just down right ridiculous. However looking at some of the higher end . 22's like the HK416 Copy etc this one peaks my interest. my only concern is it is made by a paintball gun manufacturer but hell walther started out making bb and airsoft guns and still do so I cant judge off that. Id like to hear real world experiences. how they feel? hows the weight? reliability? are they finnicky with ammo brand or type? do most AR accessories fit? are parts and mags available? etc. thanks

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Probably late to respond, but I have one and it’s a perfect plinker, trainer, and 22LR hunting rifle.

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