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Old 12-20-2012, 04:39 PM   #1
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The wife wants a rifle but doesn't like larger calibers. Was lookin at the m&p15-22. Anyone have one, likes/dislikes? Good .22?

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Old 12-20-2012, 04:56 PM   #2
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It is a great gun! Very fun to shoot and accurate. Good luck finding one right now though they have become just as rare as their big brothers since this awb bull****.

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Really? I found about seven here at different stores yesterday. Even at walmart

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It is my favorite gun to shoot...and its cheap.

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Really? I found about seven here at different stores yesterday. Even at walmart
Really, that surprises me. The only ones left around here are the Magpul versions.
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What are those, just a different brand or different version of the 15-22?

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What are those, just a different brand or different version of the 15-22?
It just has the magpul accessories on it.
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Well I'm on my way now to pick one up before they sell out

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The wife wants a rifle but doesn't like larger calibers. Was lookin at the m&p15-22. Anyone have one, likes/dislikes? Good .22?
they are OK, much better than the .22 M-4 lookalike with the colt name on it. The only advantage I can see to the Colt is that it will accept AR components(except for the receiver/barrel). My friend had the S&W and he had less problems shooting it than my Colt,(the Colt copy is extremely fussy about ammo, you have to adjust the recoil spring to the power of the .22 rounds, and dirty) but he ended up buying mine off of me because of all the stuff I had hung it, scope, laser-sight, flashlight, folding flat top sights, It looks just like the real deal (boys and their toys) He is more of a collector than a hard-corps shooter
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they are OK, much better than the .22 M-4 lookalike with the colt name on it. The only advantage I can see to the Colt is that it will accept AR components(except for the receiver/barrel). My friend had the S&W and he had less problems shooting it than my Colt, but he ended up buying mine off of me because of all the stuff I had hung it, scope, laser-sight, flashlight, folding flat top sights, (boys and their toys)
You can do the same with the S&W
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