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Posted: 3/25/2009 1:10:58 PM EDT
I'm looking to get one of them but haven't heard anything since SHOT... has anyone heard anything since or a firmer date?
Link Posted: 3/27/2009 9:36:23 AM EDT
any one? no word?
Link Posted: 3/27/2009 1:07:18 PM EDT
Not sure if too many people have cared to keep up with them. There appear to better options available already such as Spikes, TacSol, or Model 1 due to being parts compatible with standard AR's rather than polymer or non-spec look a likes which require proprietary parts.
Link Posted: 3/27/2009 1:17:46 PM EDT
I know an upper is going to be higher quality, but it's also going to be $100+ more for just the upper... these two should be complete for the price, although they're partially polymer and not parts compatible. My reasoning is cost + having a complete AR feeling platform that I can shoot for 1/20th of the cost.
Link Posted: 3/27/2009 8:19:00 PM EDT
[Last Edit: 3/27/2009 8:19:22 PM EDT by frog5215]
Again, if you already have an AR, when you get a .22 upper you're training with your actual AR trigger, stock, etc, not something"a lot like" your actual AR.
Dedicated uppers start about $475(M1S) and can exactly duplicate any .223 setup, right down to the flash suppressor.
Link Posted: 3/27/2009 10:22:53 PM EDT
The knock off uppers will be low quality disappointments. If you want a crappy .22lr look a like gun and don't want to wait buy a GSG5. If you want a quality rifle that will not feel like an Airsoft toy when it's fired get an AR15 in .22lr from one of the established manufacturers.
Link Posted: 3/29/2009 12:26:22 PM EDT
Don't waste your money trying to just get by. A conversion like a Ceiner or CMMG is just a conversion and is not super relialbe all the time. If you don't have a lot of money and just want a 22 rifle then buy a 10/22. If you want to shoot 50 rnds every once in a while the conversion is fne. If you want a serious tool then buy a Spikes or other really good dedicated upper then you will have a true 22 lr AR.

Trust me you will be a lot happier.

Darren
Link Posted: 3/29/2009 3:51:31 PM EDT
I already have a 10/22... hopefully the S&W will be higher quality than the Colt/Umarex. I'd like a complete rifle not an upper, but maybe I should start with an upper and get a second lower eventually. The thing that's holding me back from going that route is the .22LR platforms should be roughly $500... it will cost double that for a decent Spikes setup. ($350ish for a lower, $650ish for the upper)
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