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scuds03
07-01-2010, 11:20 PM
Spent half the day choppin wood. Might as well get the most out it!
http://i108.photobucket.com/albums/n22/scuds03/MP15-22021.jpg
http://i108.photobucket.com/albums/n22/scuds03/MP15-22017.jpg
http://i108.photobucket.com/albums/n22/scuds03/MP15-22044.jpg
http://i108.photobucket.com/albums/n22/scuds03/MP15-22048.jpg

professorhard
07-01-2010, 11:32 PM
Needs a MIAD or MOE grip.

scuds03
07-02-2010, 2:38 AM
Needs a MIAD or MOE grip.

I'd change grips if the oem one wasn't comfortable; but in my hands it feels fine.

turbogg
07-02-2010, 11:40 PM
Nice looking 15-22. And with the safety off, it looks like you're definitely ready to send it :D

scuds03
07-03-2010, 1:22 AM
The way the action works on it, the only way you can stow it with the firing pin relieved is to leave it with the safety off. Once you dry fire to let the firing pin go you cannot put the safety on unless you cock it again. Don;t know why S&W did that...

jmancini
07-03-2010, 7:27 AM
The way the action works on it, the only way you can stow it with the firing pin relieved is to leave it with the safety off. Once you dry fire to let the firing pin go you cannot put the safety on unless you cock it again. Don;t know why S&W did that...

Because their AR15s work the same way... If the bolt is forward but the firing pin isn't cocked, you cant move the safety.

scuds03
07-03-2010, 1:55 PM
Because their AR15s work the same way... If the bolt is forward but the firing pin isn't cocked, you cant move the safety.

Gotcha

Arteel
07-03-2010, 2:12 PM
Because their AR15s work the same way... If the bolt is forward but the firing pin isn't cocked, you cant move the safety.

Not just their AR's, all AR pattern rifles work like that.


Scuds, nice stick! I really want one for cheap training since there is an organization in Sac that holds a rimfire match every month.

jvpark
07-03-2010, 2:47 PM
very nice... I love my 15-22... where did you get that suppressor?

scuds03
07-03-2010, 7:32 PM
Actially its not a supressor. Its a shroud type flash hider made by DPMS. It slides a few inches down the barrel before the threads start to give it a SBR look. I think they have them on sale on their website for like only $13 bucks.

Omil
07-07-2010, 2:35 AM
Spent half the day choppin wood. Might as well get the most out it!
http://i108.photobucket.com/albums/n22/scuds03/MP15-22021.jpg
http://i108.photobucket.com/albums/n22/scuds03/MP15-22017.jpg
http://i108.photobucket.com/albums/n22/scuds03/MP15-22044.jpg
http://i108.photobucket.com/albums/n22/scuds03/MP15-22048.jpg

Yeah, love it!

Jared145
07-07-2010, 7:57 PM
Nice rifle, but did your barrel come threaded or did you do it yourself?

78USN98
07-07-2010, 8:32 PM
Great pics! I keep telling myself I don't need a 15-22 and then I open up pictures like yours! I hope it shoots as well as it looks.

scuds03
07-07-2010, 11:17 PM
Nice rifle, but did your barrel come threaded or did you do it yourself?

Unfortunaly they dont sell the threaded ones in cali for some reason. On a rimfire it is 100% legal to thread the barrel. There is a gunsmith named Randal who will thread it for $30 bucks. He goes by ar15barrels on this forum. Also has a website ar15barrels.com He did mine for me and threw in a crown job for free, great guy.

MrPlink
07-08-2010, 11:41 AM
^ I've seen the threaded version for sale in california. Aaa in vallejo sells them.

scuds03
07-08-2010, 4:54 PM
^ I've seen the threaded version for sale in california. Aaa in vallejo sells them.

Damn, I tried finding on but couldn't. Whats the their price on it? I got mine at Big 5 for $379.99.

MrPlink
07-10-2010, 3:18 AM
I don't remember their price on the threaded model exactly, but I wanna say it was 550. I ended up going big 5 as well for 419.