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Thinking about getting one or my sons rifle so he can "borrow" some of my accessories. He never wants to shoot his since I got my 15-22.
Anybody have one? Good, bad, ugly?
 

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I think they look cool enough especially for your kid I'm sure that why he wants to shoot the 15 I would get it for sure. If that's the route you wanna go instead of gettin another.
 

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Yeah I'm still debating on whether to just get another 15. But if I can luck out and find a kit for $100 or so I'd be a lot cheaper
 

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I bought the mp5 22 on Saturday I love it has not jammed on me yet. It's the same weight as a 9mm mp5 and has all metal upper receiver and the lower receiver is also solid as hell i couldn't be happier 583 nib otd lol if you look at my other posts I just can't stop talkin about I'm about to order 2 mags for it right now
 

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gearhead396 said:
They have a black hawk tactical trainer at academy and amazon http://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B002N2984C/ref=mw_dp_img?is=l
That's a pretty good deal! Very well could be an option, thanks!

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I would go with the m&p 1522 it's really custmizable and I have one my self and its only jammed once on me http://www.gunbroker.com/Auction/ViewItem.aspx?Item=333420805
I just bought one a month or so ago, love it! I'm just trying to go cheap, and he already has the 10/22, but I'm leaving the option open. For mine for $430+tax

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I bought the mp5 22 on Saturday I love it has not jammed on me yet. It's the same weight as a 9mm mp5 and has all metal upper receiver and the lower receiver is also solid as hell i couldn't be happier 583 nib otd lol if you look at my other posts I just can't stop talkin about I'm about to order 2 mags for it right now
His grandpa has one, he keeps talking about it. It's also an option. It looks pretty bad A!
 

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Thinking about getting one or my sons rifle so he can "borrow" some of my accessories. He never wants to shoot his since I got my 15-22.
Anybody have one? Good, bad, ugly?
show it to him. see if he likes it. its easy to change out the stock on a 10/22.

i would imagine it would be pretty cool.
 

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I did the Arch Angel for my son for Christmas a couple years ago. Here is a link to the thread. The thread has a couple nice pics of the finished project.

http://www.firearmstalk.com/forums/f21/christmas-gift-10-22-my-son-53393/

It was not cheap though. But he really liked it. I told him on Christmas morning that I had put the red dot and bipod on my AR. He thought it was awesome without even realizing it was his gun.

But with the stock, the red dot, bipod and forgrip I want to say I spent around $250 or maybe even a little more. I dont remember exactly. The bayonet even fits on my AR. It came with his Arch Angel set up.
 

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Rick1967 said:
I did the Arch Angel for my son for Christmas a couple years ago. Here is a link to the thread. The thread has a couple nice pics of the finished project.

http://www.firearmstalk.com/forums/f21/christmas-gift-10-22-my-son-53393/

It was not cheap though. But he really liked it. I told him on Christmas morning that I had put the red dot and bipod on my AR. He thought it was awesome without even realizing it was his gun.

But with the stock, the red dot, bipod and forgrip I want to say I spent around $250 or maybe even a little more. I dont remember exactly. The bayonet even fits on my AR. It came with his Arch Angel set up.
Looks awesome! He would love it! I'm looking over my options, his birthday is coming up soon and I think he would really really like this
 
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