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Old 03-28-2010, 8:25 PM
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DPMS Flash Hider
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LaRue UDE Furniture
Primary Arms M3 Clone and 3x MAg
Magpul XTM Panels, AFG & MBUS
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How you like dem Apples?
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Working out with my M&P 15-22 today. I was surprised that my M&P can consistently achieve 3" groups at 100 yards with Winchester 333 HPs !

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BrokenArrow, what are you using for optics? Right now I'm on iron sights and fiddling around zeroing those in, but would like to eventually get a red dot.












Magpul CTR (Mil-Spec) Stock
Ergo Grip
Knights Armament FVG
Front Troy Flip Sight
Tacticool22 Shroud (will scratch barrel end at contact point & I recommend using loctite)

800 rnds so far with not one FTF or FTE *knock on wood*
CCI Minimags 300rnds
Winchester Super-X 100rnds
Federal Bulk 400rnds

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BrokenArrow, what are you using for optics? Right now I'm on iron sights and fiddling around zeroing those in, but would like to eventually get a red dot.












Magpul CTR (Mil-Spec) Stock
Ergo Grip
Knights Armament FVG
Front Troy Flip Sight
Tacticool22 Shroud (will scratch barrel end at contact point & I recommend using loctite)

800 rnds so far with not one FTF or FTE *knock on wood*
CCI Minimags 300rnds
Winchester Super-X 100rnds
Federal Bulk 400rnds

Rob,

Nice set up! I'm currently using a Primary Arms Micro red dot sight. It has been great. Used it in the rain and dropped it a few time to test its' zero holding abilities. So far, so good. I'm saving up for a real Aimpoint H-1.
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Old 06-13-2010, 4:13 PM
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Thanks for the info, BrokenArrow. I was wondering if you were using the real Aimpoint, but I'll definitely pick up the Primary Arms red dot after hearing results like that, nothing wrong with a decent low cost red dot. Obviously, got to use good ammo too.
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I was at a couple of big 5 stores looking at the s&w 15-22. Some had tons of debris stuck on the barrel that was cover in oil. My question is how in the hell could you clean that off if you can't take of the rail?
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you can take off the rail- As I've done above. You need "the tool"
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+1 to being able to take off the rail... Thanks to Dave at Sierra Arms, aka CRTguns, in Modesto!! Dave machined and installed the adapter, installed a Hogue handguard I got used in a trade, threaded the barrel and installed a flash hider. I also added a pic of a Warne R.A.M.P Mount that will not stay on the rifle but wanted to show it off...



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thats pretty cool looking with the carbon fiber fore end
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Hey CRT, is that CF foregrip slippery at all if your hands sweat?
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I just bought one of these tonight at Target Masters. I get to pick it up on the 26th. I compared it to the Sig 522 and this one wins hands down.
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Does anyone have a link to a "How to" for the JP spring kit install, or does the kit come with install instructions?
Thanks should be getting my parts today.
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Hey CRT, is that CF foregrip slippery at all if your hands sweat?
Not slipery...The CF tubes really do still have a texture- I wetsand mine down to 400 grit- they are smooth, but still have a lot of friction.
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I just bought one of these tonight at Target Masters. I get to pick it up on the 26th. I compared it to the Sig 522 and this one wins hands down.
got mine from them a month or so ago too. good price at the time

No hiccups from mine at all so far
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Is it true this has a polymer lower?
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Does anyone have a link to a "How to" for the JP spring kit install, or does the kit come with install instructions?
Thanks should be getting my parts today.
Google around for the standard AR trigger assembly instructions. You don't actually have to remove the safety selector, it's enough to just slide the trigger group pins out and put in your new springs.

It's very easy once you see how it all fits. Just take a good look at how the existing parts are in there.
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Is it true this has a polymer lower?
Yes, but it's very solid. No worries about scratching it either!
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Google around for the standard AR trigger assembly instructions. You don't actually have to remove the safety selector, it's enough to just slide the trigger group pins out and put in your new springs.

It's very easy once you see how it all fits. Just take a good look at how the existing parts are in there.

Thanks I found some youtube vids from S&W forum and got the springs in no worries. Now just to have some time to go and shoot it. Thanks
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crappy cel pic of my 15-22.
Got my essentials down on it, Eotech 512 and AFG. Many more tacticool parts to come (and with some luck, better pix too )
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I'm picking mine up tomorrow. Unfortunately, I'm broke so I will be shooting all stock with irons.
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I'm picking mine up tomorrow. Unfortunately, I'm broke so I will be shooting all stock with irons.
nothing wrong with that! Build fundamentals!
I prefer to shoot a new firearm with just irons for a while before I even consider optics. I like to know what it performs like in its natural state, plus its nice to know how to operate it with just irons if you optic goes out for whatever reason.

I had at least 1500 rounds through mine before I tossed on the optic.
Did the same with my AK.
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nothing wrong with that! Build fundamentals!
I prefer to shoot a new firearm with just irons for a while before I even consider optics. I like to know what it performs like in its natural state, plus its nice to know how to operate it with just irons if you optic goes out for whatever reason.

I had at least 1500 rounds through mine before I tossed on the optic.
Did the same with my AK.
Thanks man. I just picked it up and had one question...

My magazine (10/25 of course) didn't come with the loading assist button/thumb thing...I called Big 5 and he checked out his other mags from the other 15-22 boxes and he said they didn't have them either and that it was a CA compliance issue.

Is he just trying to cheat me out of a proper magazine, or is it really missing due to CA compliance? I've never heard of load assist buttons being outlawed.

Thank You, it is a beautiful rifle + light as a feather because of the polymer.
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^ that's the way the 10rd mags are. Nothing illegal about the assist, just doesent come with them. Just use a small screw driver or allen wrench and u are GTG.
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^ that's the way the 10rd mags are. Nothing illegal about the assist, just doesent come with them. Just use a small screw driver or allen wrench and u are GTG.
Thanks, I'll probably just make my own then with a screw and nut or something.

Get to go shooting her tomorrow. I read around and I have the version with blue spring which supposedly fixed all(or most) of the FTE/FTE problems. I cycled a few rounds through it yesterday and she fed and extracted like a champ.
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Just shot her and sighted her. The gun is really accurate with the iron sights. When I got used to it was hitting stuff at 75 yards 4/5 shots.

No jams except for one when the Remington Golden bullets were used. I went through like ten mags of them dirty ammo without a problem though. Federal ran clean with no jams. The Rem. Golden is soooo dirty my fingers were black loading them. The gun was filthy when I cleaned it.
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^ remmy ammo turns my fingers gold. I swear they spray paint their ammo.
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yeah, my hands were more black than gold though...oh well gotta get rid of 400 more rounds or so of it
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I sooo want one.
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Nice job on the mags, how did you remove the follower & spring?
Thanks for replying.
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My Brother is looking to pick up this AR or the Century AK-47 that Turners has on sale right now. Anyone know of any current coupons like the Big 5 one, or a place that has the M&P for sale at a good price?
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