CMMG Bravo 22 Conversion Kit – Sootch00 Review

The CMMG Bravo 22 AR Conversion Kit swap this drop in conversion with the bolt carrier group from your 5.56/.223 chambered rifle and you will be ready to shoot .22LR. I’ve been using these for years and they just work and are very reliable. We get into the details of this reliable way to train. For best performance use a round style hammer as notched hammers can cause function issues and 36 grain plated nose bullets have proven to be the best choice for function.

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The CMMG Bravo 22 AR Conversion Kit is a drop in system that is super easy, accurate and reliable. This is all stainless steel, and is very rugged. It is a blow back action. It comes back very short. You do not need a buffer tube or spring. It is so easy to just drop it right in. It is very secure in the chamber and allows for little movement.

The bullet diameter is .224 inches. CMMG recommends using copper washed bullets. They function the best and keeps your bore cleaner. 

The best thing about the CMMG Bravo 22 AR Conversion Kit is its reliability. It just shoots and shoots smooth. One of the best uses for this system is testing out new lights, lasers and any type of night vision. 

If you are looking for a less expensive way to shoot your AR 15 with a 22 long rifle it is a lot quieter, and is good for first time shooters getting them acquainted to the AR and makes it a lot of fun! 

For more information on the CMMG Bravo 22 Conversion Kit click here

CMMG Bravo 22 AR Conversion Kit

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