GUN Anyone using an AR-15 .22lr conversion? (not upper)

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  1. Bushum

    Bushum I'm a politician not a general!

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    If you get it, don't buy directly from Ceiner. His CS is shitty and he's kind of an asshole. Go through Brownell's or whatever.
     
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    Bushum I'm a politician not a general!

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    It's the same price and they actually take credit cards. Thanks for the tip!
     
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    Pineapple Devil beat it!

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    good luck finding them in stock somewhere
     
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    i have one but i havent actually used it yet :o
     
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    Stop lagging man. :o
     
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    I have one with over 3000 rounds on it. I have had some issues but mostly due to cleaning. I dont like the way it can fire out of complete battery but its part of the deal.

    Also I oil the shit out of it (dip it in oil completely) because initially I didnt and it wasnt functioning as smoothly as it does now.

    Id buy another!
     
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    Bushum I'm a politician not a general!

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    Can you say this again in layman's terms please? :dunno:
     
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    The bullet and bolt assembly do not need to be all the way forward before firing a round.

    That means the bullet can expand sideways after being hit by the firing pin.
    The end result is a case thats damaged and possibly hard to get out. as well as a bullet that may not have sufficient power to leave the barrel . Also the case fragments could eject out the side of the gun
     
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    The result
     
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    Bushum I'm a politician not a general!

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    Thanks for the explanation!
     

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