Daily Gun Deals: CMMG AR15 22LR Bravo Rifle Conversion Kit +3 Mags $159.99 FREE S&H

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CMMG AR15 22LR Bravo Rifle Conversion Kit +3 Deal Update
CMMG AR15 22LR Bravo Rifle Conversion Kit +3 Deal Update

USA – -(Ammoland.com)- The gun guys at Brownells.com are having a sale on CMMG AR15 22LR Bravo rifle conversion kit and three matching magazines for $164.99 (NOW $159.99) and FREE shipping with coupon code “NCS“.Buy Now Gun Deals

If you have wanted to convert your AR15 rifle to shoot 22LR but were put off by the high price of conversion kits then here is your chance to get a great kit and start saving when you train.

Use Economical .22 LR Ammo To Practice More & Hone Critical Shooting Skills. Drop-in .22 LR conversion system comes fully assembled and ready to install in any semi-auto AR-15 to help you practice critical shooting skills with economical rimfire ammunition. Helps you concentrate on improving grip, sight alignment, trigger pull, and other skills without burning up expensive centerfire ammo. Simply replace the rifle’s bolt and carrier with the Bravo .22 LR conversion unit, load up the included magazine with round-nose .22 LR ammo, and you're ready to shoot. Precision machined from high-grade stainless steel for reliable function in any mil-spec AR-15 rifle or carbine chambered in 5.56mm NATO, including most gas piston systems.

CMMG AR15 22LR Bravo Rifle Conversion Kit +3 Mags $159.99 FREE S&H

The CMMG AR15 22LR Bravo Rifle Conversion Kit is well reviewed and easy to install:

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CMMG AR15 22LR Bravo Rifle Conversion Kit +3 Mags Cart Check Update

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  • 38 thoughts on “Daily Gun Deals: CMMG AR15 22LR Bravo Rifle Conversion Kit +3 Mags $159.99 FREE S&H

    1. How much lead fowling and burned/unburned powder residue is pushed into the gas port used for the .223/5.56 firing ? .22 LR shells in general are fairly dirty firing.

      1. From everything I’ve seen, it may foul up after heavy, heavy usage. But if you put some .223/5.56 through it after each or every other, or every third range trip (definitely depends on how much .22lr you send through it), the pressure will blow the fouling right out. You should definitely clean the internals a little bit more thoroughly than you regularly do after the .223 pressure wash.

        It’s an easy and accepted way to clear the port/tube out easily. If you search the web with “clean an ar gas tube after using 22 conversion,” you’ll find quite a few forums advocating that this is entirely adequate.

    2. I purchased one for my M&P and couldn’t be more pleased. Before I was spending about $10 to shoot a 30 round mag. With the kit, less than a dollar to shoot the 25 round .22LR mag. I can spend a lot more fun practice time at the range now. As long as you compensate for the diminished .22LR ballistic characteristics and clean the rifle more frequently, no problems.

    3. For just another $150 I can get a brand new S&W M&P 15-22 with a red dot and bag. Not sure I want to make mods to my Mowhawk. I’d be concerned about warranty coverage.

    4. I purchased this kit last week. While I was attempting to clean and oil it prior to installation in my AR I was unable to get the bore of the chamber adapter clean. I was able to remove some copper and lead deposits that were likely left from from test firing. However, despite much effort I was unable to get a large section of the bore smooth as the surface itself is very rough with a circular ring of burrs well ahead of where the bullet would be seated. I was unable to send a patch or Q-Tip through with out a very grinding rough feeling and many fibers being torn off.

      I cannot imagine this being safe to use or at the very least would result in a great deal of fouling down the entire barrel after only a few very inaccurate rounds.

    5. I got one and it works great. Ran 400 rounds though it in a few hours with hardly a hiccup . Had an occasional jam but I think it was a cheap ammo problem. Paid $16 for 500 rounds. I’m very Glad I got it.

        1. If you have the Mk57 CmmG it’s a delayed blowback system and the bolts are different. May things fit that won’t work like it’s supposed to For example a Geissele trigger fits int to Mk57 but because Geissele doesn’t make a trigger for the delayed radial blowback platform and when it fails, and it will the warranty is void. Just because it fits doesn’t mean it will work

    6. So you want to have .22lr rounds bouncing all over your .223 barrel from a .22lr bolt carrier. I hope your using a junk build rifle before you destroy the accuracy of your favorite rig. BTW, some triggers will not work with rim fire rounds so hopefully yours will if you ordered one already. The accuracy isn’t good as well so don’t think you can go hunt small game with this set up either. Do yourself a favor and build a dedicated .22lr upper using a good multi-cal trigger. Yes it costs money, but it will pay for itself in no time since you can practice 24/7 on the cheap.

      1. Both .22 lr and 5.56/.223 bullet diameters measure .224 inch. There should be no ” bullet bouncing”. Mine shoots one inch groups at 75 yds. If yours is not accurate it’s due to another reason.

      2. It doesn’t “bounce around”, the .223 adaptor stays in the chamber while to the rear of it the actual bolt assembly does the work.
        It’s ok, before I actually read up on it’s operation I sounded like a complete moron as well.

      3. Either you have zero experience with one of these setups or your experience wasn’t that good.

        I’ve owned a CMMG conversion for over 10 years and think it is fantastic. I can shoot the Federal Bulk Pack ammo with reasonable accuracy, less than 2″ at 50 yards, and can hit 4″ circles at 100. It isn’t as accurate as my CZ455 Varmint but good enough for a fun afternoon of plinking.

        After shooting I can drag a bore snake through the barrel, drop my 223 BCG back in, and shoot under an inch at 100 with my reloads.

        The 22LR shoots about 1.5″ lower at 50 than the 223, so it takes a couple clicks to dial up the LPVO or RDS and you are in business.

        1. The kit works great. My only concern is that light .22 bullets stabilize best in a 1:12-16 twist barrel. That’s where a purpose built upper has an advantage. Still like the kit because it is a lightweight addition to the range bag.

        1. Some say 0.223, some say 0.224 on the rim fire. I measured some Green Tag at 0.224. Some cheap Winchester plain lead at 0.223. Bullets for the center fire can be from 0.223 to 0.225. I just measured several brands. The point is that a couple hundred thousandths of an inch generally won’t affect accuracy enough to matter.

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