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Old 12-18-2011, 05:24 PM   #1
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I am thinking about buying a S&W 15-22. All the reviews I have read have been good. Anyone have any comments on this gun. Good, bad, any advice would b appreciated. Thx.

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Old 12-18-2011, 06:21 PM   #2
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I am also thinking about getting one. I am gonna watch this thread, hoping for some good info.

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This is a good review.

http://tactical22.net/mp15-22_review_edj.htm

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This is a good review!

http://tactical22.net/mp15-22_review_edj.htm

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Old 12-18-2011, 08:23 PM   #5
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I liked my first one enough to buy a second two months later.

They are great trainers for the AR type rifles. Everything is pretty much the same layout.

A lot of fun to shoot. Maybe not quite as accurate as my tricked out 10/22 heavy bbls, but darn close & mine run 100%. Whats not to like?

I recommend them to anyone who asks. I also recommend a quick release scope mt for switching between irons & scope. Try one, bet you'll like it!

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I have one and the only bad thing that I have to say about it is that it costs me a fortune in ammo to keep it fed. Thank god it eats all kinds of bulk ammo that I have thrown at it. If I had to go CCI or better just to get it to run, it would be real expensive.

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I have one and the only bad thing that I have to say about it is that it costs me a fortune in ammo to keep it fed. Thank god it eats all kinds of bulk ammo that I have thrown at it. If I had to go CCI or better just to get it to run, it would be real expensive.
bet its cheaper than if you shot that all in .223 tho. lol
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bet its cheaper than if ypou shot that all in .223 tho. lol
Very true. One of the reasons that I have yet to make the move to a full-size AR.
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My wife likes hers. The only jam we had was with Velocitor which is a very hot load. I think it would need a stronger spring for that round. You could feel the difference in recoil.

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They are selling them with a magpul setup that look real nice

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