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akapennypincher 01-24-2013 09:32

Smith & Wesson MP 15/22 .22LR???? ISSUES
 
Looks cool, anyone own, and care to say junk, great, or a best buy...:supergrin:

Tippyman 01-24-2013 09:52

Mine is awesome. More accurate than my 10/22. More fun. Good to practice the ar platform on a much quieter and cheaper weapon.

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Cain8768 01-24-2013 09:53

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Originally Posted by Tippyman (Post 19904971)
Mine is awesome. More accurate than my 10/22. More fun. Good to practice the ar platform on a much quieter and cheaper weapon.

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+1 I love mine. It is a lot of fun to shoot!

Tarant 01-24-2013 10:41

Its an awsome rifle, love mine.
Shoots well, after a few hundred rounds of mini-mags it runs on almost anything ammo wise, easy to shoot and great for just plinking around. If you have a AR its a great practice rifle and if you dont its fun as hell.

I know that the very first generation did have some feeding issues but that was taken care of very quickly, the only issue you will have is trying to find ammo and mags.

wirenut 01-24-2013 14:32

mine is awsome I hate that I havn't purchased one sooner.

Clem Eastwood 01-24-2013 14:47

one of my coworkers has one and loves it.

BigDog40 01-24-2013 16:19

Love mine !!! So do my kids (17, 19). Great little shooter, accurate for what it is and cheap to feed!!!

CMG 01-24-2013 17:06

I've had one for a couple years, and just recently bought a second, no issues other than bad triggers, but new springs and a bit of polish takes care of that.

http://i19.photobucket.com/albums/b1...2tgmpbus3p.jpg

skeeter7 01-24-2013 18:48

Love mine as well! Awesome, reliable shooter! I would definitely recommend them 110%.

Jack Wagon 01-24-2013 21:07

The 15-22 is the most fun shooting I have. You can shoot it all day long and not break the bank. Everyone loves to shoot it. This should be mandatory to own. The world would be a better place.


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Jack Wagon 01-24-2013 21:20

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Mine with its 50 rd drum.


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USMCsilver 01-24-2013 21:38

Flawless. I'd rather shoot mine than anything else I own!

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steve1911 01-25-2013 00:42

When i go to the range it go's with me,15-22 has been 100%.

Every body loves it, that shoots it.


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JaPes 01-25-2013 08:25

ISSUES?

What issues? Mine's run perfectly. Just make sure that you don't snag the extractor when cleaning the rifle.


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Road Dog 01-25-2013 08:36

My only issue is that I can't find bulk 22 right now. My AR 22 is the best rifle I have bought in years. I have about 8K rounds through mine, enough to wear out the feed lips on the original magazine. It runs with cheap ammo too.

RD

Travclem 01-25-2013 10:29

I have 2. They are the greatest thing since store bought toilet paper.

racer88 01-25-2013 15:47

Love, love, love mine. I agree... every gun owner should have one. Seriously. All the fun of an AR15 with none of the (expensive) guilt.

Just today, I took my dad to the range to fire my M&P 15-22 (among others). Dad loved the 15-22. Everybody that tries it, does.

http://i1042.photobucket.com/albums/.../MP15-22-1.jpg

JaPes 01-25-2013 16:11

To anyone who lives in the vicinity of Hoffman Estates, IL: Cabela's had a 15-22 on the display rack as of 12:00 pm (Noon) today. It wasn't readily visible because a Ruger 10/22 with a horrid aftermarket synthetic folding stock was blocking it.

Hedo1 01-25-2013 19:48

Love mine. It's a great shooter. Very close clone of the AR control wise. Everything is the same.

I have the model with Magpul furniture and the threaded barrel. It's quiet as can be with my suppressor on it.

zukyota 01-25-2013 20:49

Don't mean to hijack this thread but I bought a 15-22 & the only problem I have is I bought one without the flash hider. I know it's only for looks but I really like the look. If I have the barrel threaded to accept an AR flash hider will it look right? Are the 15-22 flash hiders the same diameter? Besides that small issue I love mine. Shoots great & is accurate.


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