CMMG 22 Lr Ar-15 Upper

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CMMG 22 Lr Ar-15 Upper -
The Sierra .22 Long Rifle AR-15 Upper quickly attaches to your centerfire AR-15 lower for practice using the same size, weight and trigger with lower-cost rimfire ammo. The forged, flat top M4 upper has been test fired for reliable functioning. Its chrome-moly vanadium steel barrel has 1:16 barrel twist for consistent shot placement. The barrel is Weapon Armament Surface Protection (W.A.S.P.) treated for improved wear, abrasion and corrosion resistance. Anti-jam charging handle. Magazines sold separately. Made in USA.
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Love this upper!

Best money I've spent on my AR to date! Did a ton of research on various 22 uppers before picking up this CMMG upper. I was looking for a dedicated upper with the feel/look of a 556 upper for cheap practice, fun plinking, and maybe squirrel/rabbit hunting. Looked at the cheaper plastic Chiappa (ATI# upper as well as the more expensive Spikes and TacSol uppers. Not sure what the more expensive uppers give you but for me and my needs, this CMMG is perfect. I threw this on my Spikes lower and topped it with a non magnified reddot, loaded up a few Black Dog Mags and took it out for the first time 3 weekends ago. Took very little time to get it sighted in. Didn't really shoot for tight groups on paper, though I plan to do that sometime soon just to see how good it really is. My main goal was to plink steel and just do a good function test. I put somewhere around 600 rounds, mix between Federal Bulk and Winchester 555 ammo through this upper without a single issue. No misfires, no jams, no failures to eject. Just awesome! At 40 yards prone, had no problem hitting steel every shot on one of those airgun/22 swinging targets with the 1-5/8" targets. I figure if I can hit that, I can hit a squirrel's head. Standing at that range no problem kicking coke cans all over the range either. I'm sure the accuracy of this upper is limited to my ability. I bet with a 3-9 scope, this would be killer on tree-rats!
Fired 5 full mags #25rnd each# as fast as I could pull the trigger and still no issues. With the nice balance of the AR and the little recoil of the 22lr, I had no problem keeping the dot on target even during the fastest mag dumps. Should have seen my buddy's 11 year old son's eye light up when I handed him the rifle with a full mag and told him to "let 'r rip". Needless to say he loved it too! My 10/22 will be spending way more time in the safe now that I have this. Not that I need it #at least not yet anyway# but I hear CMMG customer service is fantastic if you ever do have an issue. If I had one concern with this upper, it would be the plastic charging handle. Not crazy about that and wish it was metal but so far it has functioned flawlessly so I really can't complain.
arrowsnflies at Cabelas on 01/27/2012

Worth the Money!

I purchased the WASP .22LR upper assembly rather than a conversion kit and I am glad I did. First off, the CMMG upper is great. It is a true AR upper (except for foward assist) and not a polymer that will melt/break. It also accepts AR accessorys like a Magpul handguard. The barrel/chamber is designed for .22LR with a 1/16 twist is more accurate than the larger bore and 1/7 twist. It is also salt bath nitride treated (melonite) which is harder and corrosion resistant than chrome and will last a long time. The biggest reason I bought the dedicated upper is I didnt want to fowl up my 5.56mm gas system. Has the look and feel of my m4. Now if I could just find some .22Lr ammo......
ReadyfortheRapture at Cabelas on 06/08/2013

Get this one

I have both the phosphated and stainless bolt versions of this upper. The stainless steel BCG ran perfectly with the first 500 rounds put through it. NO feed or ejection issues whatsoever. Ran Winchester M22, Aguila Super Extra and CCI Tactical. Each had one fail to fire, due to the fact it's bulk .22 ammunition. The stainless steel bolt is definitely worth the extra $$ simply for the reliability and smooth functioning. My 9 year old niece was having a blast hitting bowling pins at 75 yards.
watchguy at Cabelas on 10/07/2013