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I received the BFD, cmmg 22 bolt, and ergo grip today. All is assembled on the 12.5 HM defense.

 

I was feeling bad for the fellow range members while I blasted them out. Hopefully the forwarding device helps.

 

The grip is for obvious reasons

 

And the 22 is for training and fun.

 

 

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Welcome to the Armory.  :tiphat:

 

Nice post. We do love our gun porn though. Pictures are appreciated. 

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My apologies. Without pictures, it didn’t happen. Coming tomorrow


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Range report :

CMMG 22 bolt functioned flawlessly with cci mini and lead! Poi POA appears to be right on When compared to my 223 at 25 yards. Zero failures out of the packaging. Just a little lube prior per recommendations. Fun fun fun!

ergo grip was almost exactly what I was looking for. Nothing is perfect. But it did add some thickness where I wanted it

The BFD worked well. It mostly made the shooting experience more pleasant for me. No gas to the face. The recoil and muzzle rise was there, but hey it’s a 223. The RSO comment ed that the sound reduction was negligible with increased muzzle flash. I expected the flash. There may have been a slight reduction in sound to me, but it was still there. A suppressor it is not. But the reductionism shock wave was worth the 80$.


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4 hours ago, Dbltap22 said:

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Nicely Done!

 

Now you have me thinking about putting together a dedicated .22 LR AR pistol upper.

Just what we need, another enabler... :segrin:

Thanks for sharing.

 

Glenn

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Nicely Done!
 
Now you have me thinking about putting together a dedicated .22 LR AR pistol upper.
Just what we need, another enabler... :segrin:
Thanks for sharing.
 
Glenn



It just a little 22. Everyone’s doing it. Common. Live a little. HA!

Brownells has the entire cmmg 25 round (three mag) kit for 179. I mean! Here. Take my money. Combine that with bulk ammo and you can shoot all day.

That 22 is fun. Training with the built rifle is extremely useful. Optics and weight all the same. I have seen that other people say the zero is different. But my focus is at practical 25 yards and closer. I’m going to call it sparky. Being a south paw it does send a few sparks on my off arm. Pay to play.


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I actually do have a CMMG dedicated .22 LR carbine upper/magazines.

But have been assembling AR pistols as of late.

Since I have yet to own a .223/5.56 AR, a conversion kit does me no good.

 

Right to Bear has some great sale prices on some AR .22 LR components.

May have to put a .22 LR AR pistol upper together. Freak'n BRD...

 

Thanks,

Glenn

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