Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by Archangel14, Oct 5, 2013.
That's a good price for their so-called "LE" uppers that have WASP (Melonite) treated 1:9 twist bbls. It's a great price if it's one of their chrome lined uppers with the 1:7 twist cold hammer forged bbl. Either one is a solid upper.
CMMG component quality is very good, and their build quality is also very good. PSA has slightly better components for similar and sometimes lower prices. Overall, CMMG is still one of the best brands for quality to price ratio.
Not apples to apples here, but I purchased a dedicated .22 LR CMMG upper about 2 years ago. 18" bbl. Everything stainless I could get. Put it on a RRA lower w/ match trigger, mounted a decent 6.5 X 20 scope on it and proceeded to shoot 4" groups at 25 yards, tried some of every brand of .22 ammo Cabela's had in stock, including match,with no improvement. Put it in a Bore Store in the safe and that's where it remains. Not a CMMG fan here.
Agreed. My CMMG dedicated .22LR upper (on a PSA lower) is the most accurate and reliable semi-auto rimfire rifle I've ever owned.
Also the M4 feed ramps were not cut very well, and then were also done after anodizing so the surface of the ramps is soft and the geometry is off of spec.
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