Chiappa .22 LR Caliber M4-22 Upper for AR Platform Rifles

New Chiappa .22 LR Caliber M4-22 Upper for AR Platform Rifles

Chiappa .22 LR Caliber M4-22 Upper
Chiappa .22 LR Caliber M4-22 Upper for AR Platform Rifles
MKS Supply

DAYTON OHIO –-(Ammoland.com)- MKS Distributing, the Distributor for Chiappa Firearms débuts its M4-22 AR-15 type upper chambered in .22LR.

This high-quality and affordable Chiappa Mil. Spec. M4-22 upper now makes it possible for most folks to purchase a .22 Long rifle caliber conversion for their high-power AR platform (all models of AR-15, M-16, and M4s now on the market).

And, with the money saved on the Chiappa upper price you can buy more ammunition (always a good thing) because this is not only a practical conversion (for practice) these.22 LR conversions are a ball to shoot.

The Chiappa M4-22 Upper features a Picatinny integral rail upper and the barrel and has the same profile of the current military M4 carbine.

Chiappa's M4-22 upper is reliable, robust and installs in seconds and you've got yourself a mean looking .22 caliber fun gun.

Specifications

  • Caliber: .22 Long Rifle
  • Barrel Length: 16-inches
  • Overall Length: 34.25 inches
  • Weight: 3.5 pounds
  • Magazines: Two 28-round capacity magazines. NOTE: in restricted states such as California two 10 magazines are shipped with each upper.
  • Price: Suggested retail $349.00.

MKS Supply, Inc.
8611-A North Dixie Drive
Dayton, OH, 45414
937-901-0363
[email protected]

Visit: www.mkssupply.com

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    Robert Koon

    For $349.00 you can buy a .22 lr AR platform!

    carlton ford
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    carlton ford

    Looking for
    22lr mag. for mossberg ar15

    Jose Tepedino
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    Jose Tepedino

    What are the materials of construction in this AR 22 cal conversion unit?

    Are the magazine steel or plastic and how much are extra magazines?