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Chiappa Firearms M4 Upper .22LR 16-inch Black 28rd

Chiappa Firearms M4 Upper .22LR 16-inch Black 28rd

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Chiappa Upper, M4-22LR, 22LR, 16" Barrel, Black Finish, Front Sight Base, 28Rd, 2 Magazines M4-22LRUPPER

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Chiappa M4-22LR Upper 22LR 16" Black 2 Mags AR Rifles Front Sight Base 28Rd M4-22LRUPPER

CHIAPPA FIREARMS

M FOUR-22 RIMFIRE UPPER CONVERSION KIT

•Mil Spec sized .22 LR conversion kit for use w/AR-15/M-16 firearms   •Kit features complete upper w/barrel designed specifically for .22 LR ammo   •Includes all necessary parts for converting your existing caliber to the inexpensive .22 LR rimfire cartridge   •Conversion takes less than one minute & is achieved w/no permanent alterations to your firearm   Includes (2) 28-round mags   •Ideal for saving money    

Cal.        Brl. 

.22 LR    16'' 

" "0409291

Additional Information

Additional Information

Manufacturer Chiappa Firearms
SKU GAG_CHPM4-22LRUPPER
Condition New in Box
Action Type No
Caliber .22 LR
UPC 752334195005
Model M4-22LR
Type No
Manufacturer Part Number M422LRUPPER
Accessories 2 Mags
Barrel Length No
Finish Per Color No
Capacity No
Firing Casing No
Frame Per Material No
Hand No
Sights No
Reviews

Customer Reviews 2 item(s)

great
i put it on my colt and it worked great. plan on buying a couple of more and build one for each one of my kids so i can keep mine
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Review by David / (Posted on 2/15/13)
Good value.
So far I have no complaints with this upper. It does have a polymer receiver, but since the bolt action cycles within itself, I don't see it being a problem. The included mags feed well, just as well as my Black Dog magazines in my opinion. I run CCI AR .22lr ammunition with minimal issues, as well as Winchester bulk pack. Both seem to work equally well. 3 or 4 failure to feeds combined with both brands(about 250rds total), but I suspect a proper break-in and keeping it oiled will remedy those problems.

The bolt does put lateral force on the buffer pin, I may end up cutting a wooden dowel to place behind the buffer the prevent wear. Don't know if it's necessary or not, or just me being anal about it.
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Review by TurboDiesel / (Posted on 2/2/13)