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shadow65
12-09-2010, 2:34 PM
These are the pistol samples by CMMG.
Of course the uppers can be used on SBR's as well.
I'll have one in my hands soon and will give a review.
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joelukehart
12-11-2010, 1:22 AM
Why are you teasing us poor Kommiefornians? We would have to put a stupid mag lock and maybe a 10 round mag for it to be legal.If it weren't for the awesome weather and family ties I would move to a free state.

Gio
12-11-2010, 1:37 AM
These are the pistol samples by CMMG.
Of course the uppers can be used on SBR's as well.


You mean like this you posted earlier?

http://www.hunt101.com/data/500/medium/CMMG_5_5_22_upper_007.JPG

:drool5:

shadow65
12-11-2010, 5:44 AM
But you can put in on a pistol lower.
Sorry, I used the post I put up on another forum.
My understanding is you don't have to use a BB on a rimfire in CA.

762.DEFENSE
12-11-2010, 9:44 AM
Since the pistol isn't on the approved CA list of handguns, it would need to be DROS'd as a single shot exempt pistol with a BB since its considered an AW per CA Law. But looks good on my opinion!
I was considering getting an MP 15-22 Pistol, but if the price is right I'd consider getting both myself!

Grumpyoldretiredcop
12-11-2010, 1:37 PM
But you can put in on a pistol lower.
Sorry, I used the post I put up on another forum.
My understanding is you don't have to use a BB on a rimfire in CA.

Unfortunately, not correct. Since an AR pistol magazine is not housed in the grip, we are stuck BBing any AR pistol.

ke6guj
12-11-2010, 1:41 PM
My understanding is you don't have to use a BB on a rimfire in CA.thats a fallacy that many people have, thinking that the AW rules don't apply to rimfires. Yes, the AW rules do apply to rimifire rifles that are named AWs and they apply to rimfire pistols as well. It is just that the AW rules don't apply to rimfire rifles with evil features.

shadow65
12-11-2010, 7:04 PM
That is why I have trouble posting new stuff here. I get different information regarding the laws.
I don't intentionally post things you guys can't have. I know a company just picked up CMMG complete rifles to CA sale. I guess they will have to install bullet buttons.

MrPlink
12-12-2010, 12:32 AM
Post away! Its up to the individual to keep themselves on the right side of the law.
More often than not when anything fun shows up here, we assume its out of state.
So when do these come out?

shadow65
12-12-2010, 6:34 AM
I'm hoping for the end of the year.

Mssr. Eleganté
12-12-2010, 1:06 PM
...I know a company just picked up CMMG complete rifles to CA sale. I guess they will have to install bullet buttons.

If they are selling CMMG centerfire rifles then yes, they will need to have Bullet Buttons or other magazine locks installed first. If they are selling CMMG rimfire rifles then no magazine lock is necessary.

shadow65
03-08-2011, 5:42 PM
CMMG informed me that the pistol barrels have an ETA of 4 weeks.

Markenstein
03-09-2011, 12:46 PM
So let me get this straight,......the pistol in the first pic (with the rails) will, or will NOT be available here in CA? Is it a 22lr? I know I REALLY want it.
Maybe CMMG will work with the stores in CA and send them as single shots withh BB's. I'm dying for an AR pistol (preferably a 22lr).

shadow65
03-09-2011, 3:42 PM
So let me get this straight,......the pistol in the first pic (with the rails) will, or will NOT be available here in CA? Is it a 22lr? I know I REALLY want it.
Maybe CMMG will work with the stores in CA and send them as single shots withh BB's. I'm dying for an AR pistol (preferably a 22lr).

That would be nice.

Etihtsarom
03-09-2011, 5:46 PM
So this is an AR upper and lower receiver + .22 conversion set + barrel?

So can still be converted into another rifle?

How much?

NorCalDustin
03-10-2011, 10:33 AM
So let me get this straight,......the pistol in the first pic (with the rails) will, or will NOT be available here in CA? Is it a 22lr? I know I REALLY want it.
Maybe CMMG will work with the stores in CA and send them as single shots withh BB's. I'm dying for an AR pistol (preferably a 22lr).

Well... It looks like we would have to use a PISTOL lower + a bullet button in order to make it legal to use in California...


Where as with a rifle, we can use a normal AR-15 lower with no bullet button.


You guys can check the AW Flowcharts for Handguns & Rifles..

echoarms
03-10-2011, 11:03 AM
How are you getting the action to cycle with a short barrel and no can? No matter how many springs i cut, hammers springs I switched or ammo i tried, I could not get my 5.5" spike's upper to work.

shadow65
03-10-2011, 11:18 AM
How are you getting the action to cycle with a short barrel and no can? No matter how many springs i cut, hammers springs I switched or ammo i tried, I could not get my 5.5" spike's upper to work.

I tried a Spikes 5.5" for a while. It never ran right no matter what I did to it.
Everything in the bolt/kit was replaced. BDM mags.

The CMMG is engineered a little differently, though you probably can't tell by looking at it. I know what they are but I can't get into it.

Mine has run from the beginning, with or without a suppressor.
I've also use CMMG's conversion kits in 7.5", 10.5", 11.5", 14.5" and 16". All ran great with no changes to the conversion kit at all.
Dave N

762.DEFENSE
03-10-2011, 11:24 AM
I want one of these so badly. I have the Quebec-A rifle and want to add on the pistol for the collection. :drool5:

Etihtsarom
03-15-2011, 1:29 PM
What is the status on these pistols?
Are they the only .22 AR pistols available?
Are they something we can build?
thnx

shadow65
03-15-2011, 2:21 PM
CMMG told me Pistol Barrels should be available in the next month. I have to assume they will be available with a collar like the M4 .22 barrels.

TKM
03-15-2011, 2:27 PM
Will the muzzle devices be pinned and welded or are they going to be threadless?

MRpink
03-16-2011, 8:45 AM
cool, looking forward to it.