S & W - MP AR 15-22 - Muzzle Brake

Discussion in '.22 Rifle/Rimfire Discussion' started by realgeorge, Oct 29, 2009.

  1. realgeorge

    realgeorge New Member

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    The barrel on the new S & W AR 15-22 is not a standard o.d. If you want a real "cool" and "tough" looking muzzle brake/ flash suppressor so that your .22 cal. AR looks even more TACTICAL - the NcStar SKS Clamp-On Muzzle Brake (part # AMSKSB) is a PERFECT FIT!! I bought mine from Cheaper than Dirt, received it today, and it went on as if S & W made it specifically for their .22 AR. Click here to see see the muzzle brake
     
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  2. NeonLeon

    NeonLeon New Member

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    I just bought a S&W MP 15-22 and ordered the muzzle brake from CTD. Do you have to remove the end of the stock barrel to install the muzzle brake?
     

  3. 7point62

    7point62 Lifetime Supporting Member Lifetime Supporter

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    I was looking through all the attachments I could get for my Colt M4 Tactiacl 22--rails, lasers, red dots, bipods--even a dummy supressor...and I thought to myself, with all the money I could lay out to make the 22 look like a 223 or 308...I could just put toward a 223 or 308. :D

    The only problem with a 22 is that no matter what you make it look like its still a 22.
     
  4. NeonLeon

    NeonLeon New Member

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    I have a 223 ... but it sure is cheaper to shoot the 22LR ...
     
  5. 7point62

    7point62 Lifetime Supporting Member Lifetime Supporter

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    If you want to add a really useful attachment to your tactical 22 or any tactical rifle, try a VTAC sling. It allows a range of carry options and a quick transition into firing mode.

    Viking Tactics
     
  6. NeonLeon

    NeonLeon New Member

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    Thanks for the link. I will check that out. I am also looking for recommendations on a scope. I don't know much about them. The range I frequent is 100 yards, so I'd like something that I could use at that distance.
     
  7. NeonLeon

    NeonLeon New Member

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    realgeorge ... I am sorry ... I did not mean to hijack your thread. I did buy the muzzle brake you recommended though. ;)
     
  8. Leathermarshmallow

    Leathermarshmallow New Member

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    To me, that is the advantage! I can take my son to the range and shoot all afternoon for 20 bucks with a MP 15-22. My AR 15 costs considerably more to feed.