The dedicated are accurate as any 22lr. The ones that use standard ar uppers and a conversion kit... not so much.
Ive had a cmmg kit for a while now and this applies to the dedicated guns too. My main issue is the magazines are a pain in the butt to load. There is issues with them of vaporized lead blown back into the action and all over the parts and mags. Definately not a gun for letting children shoot or pregnant women shoot.
I dont use my cmmg anymore as i was having a hard time with cleaning that crap off my hands after a long range session. It wasnt until i saw just how much lead gets vaporized on my suppressor baffles with a 22lr i didnt realize the same thing was happening with that stuff coming back into the receiver.
I dont know if the current dedicated cmmg 22lr rifles have a plugged gas port or not to prevent gas/debris blowback. The older ones from a couple years ago where just ar15 uppers with a different chamber and still had ar15 gastubes and barrels
I think the cmmg are a pass solely on the terribly poor designed magazines.
If you want a 22lr ar look and feel get a sw mp15-22 or a colt/umarex 15-22. I think the sw is the better gun as colt doesnt produce their 22 its just labeled colt. Both these have easy load magazines.
Ive still got my cmmg kit its part of my survival gear. Only got to takeone rifle to have center fire and a small cailber conversion kit and mag for small game
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Last edited by JonM; 07-17-2012 at 06:17 PM.