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Offline Saltydecimator

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22lr conversion, thoughts/feedback on them
« on: April 15, 2020, 08:59:18 AM »
been seein these kits since they first showed up as whole guns in canada...

wanted one then, but when they finally show up state side i didnt buy when they were instock... well, the threaded model was instock

any first hand accounts?  lets hear it so that i dont have to have so much fomo if they were kinda boring...

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Offline Scorepion

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Re: 22lr conversion, thoughts/feedback on them
« Reply #1 on: April 21, 2020, 06:48:23 PM »
I have the non threaded .22 kit and it works very well with cheap bulk 22 (Just as Czechpoint stated). All 4 magazines and upper work great. Cheap range days may pay for itself in time :)

I replaced non-threaded with threaded and has also functioned great.
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Re: 22lr conversion, thoughts/feedback on them
« Reply #2 on: June 21, 2020, 05:33:43 AM »
I have the non threaded .22 kit and it works very well with cheap bulk 22 (Just as Czechpoint stated). All 4 magazines and upper work great. Cheap range days may pay for itself in time :)

Thats good to hear.  I just snagged a threaded kit today since they popped back in stock.  Need to break down and get a .22 can now.  Been putting it off since the Hybrid 46 works on literally anything else I can possible mount it on aside from rimfires.
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Re: 22lr conversion, thoughts/feedback on them
« Reply #3 on: June 21, 2020, 12:00:34 PM »
Congrats on landing the upper. I wanted the the threaded but opted for what was available. It’s a fun shooter. I wish aftermarket would support a red dot mount. I resorted to having one 3D printed, making use of the flat slide top, grooves and steel\earth magnets. 22 isn’t so rough and it’s held on.

Be very careful when swapping the uppers with the detents. The little missle can get lost. I got a few spares just in case I have to deal with it again.

I hope to find a Hk style retainer pin to simply pull it all the way out for quick swaps/easier cleaning. 
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Re: 22lr conversion, thoughts/feedback on them
« Reply #4 on: June 21, 2020, 01:08:32 PM »
I have the non threaded .22 kit and it works very well with cheap bulk 22 (Just as Czechpoint stated). All 4 magazines and upper work great. Cheap range days may pay for itself in time :)

I just snagged a threaded kit today since they popped back in stock. 

Nice- I have been waiting for a threaded one. Didn't get an email for some reason. One in route!


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Re: 22lr conversion, thoughts/feedback on them
« Reply #5 on: July 08, 2020, 11:47:53 PM »
Got my threaded version in. Seems my older non-threaded has access to the bolt hold open button. Sadly they made around 10 or so like that and removed the feature due to difficulty of finding the sweet spot between bolt cut and the position of the upper on the lower.

New one got preeeety dirty. Also looks like my sealed can is about to die inside. Maybe an excuse to get a .22 erector by Q

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Re: 22lr conversion, thoughts/feedback on them
« Reply #6 on: October 18, 2020, 10:06:51 PM »
With ridiculous ammo prices, who has 2 thumbs and glad he has a .22 LR conversion?