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Looking for AR .22lr upper (SBR)

Discussion in 'NFA Firearms and Accessories' started by Lightsped, Oct 3, 2011.

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  1. Lightsped

    Lightsped Member

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    I currently have a completed and registered AR SBR lower registered to be used with 9mm and .22lr calibers.

    I am looking for a complete .22lr upper SBR. Who makes the best? A friend of mine has a non-SBR Tactical Solutions upper which has been flawless. TacSol's website is down so I am unable to check for availablity.

    Which is the best .22lr upper? Reliablity is top priority.
     
  2. KingTiger

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    This guy on ST is who I would use. He's been around awhile & produces some pretty nice builds. Spikes quit producing .22 uppers for now.

    http://www.silencertalk.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=72&t=76147

    BTW - I just completed my C3 Defense factory registered SBR lower, waiting on a 9" 300 BLK upper.
     
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    The Chiappa is probably the best running conversion kit I have seen, it is also cheap. It wouldn't take much to shorten the barrel.
     
  4. BYJO4

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    I also have a Tactical Solution upper. It has been completely reliable and good accuracy.
     
  5. Lightsped

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    I called TacSol and they are not producing a SBR .22lr upper at this time. Wish they were as I have several TacSol products and have been very pleased with their work.....

    I also called Spikes, and yep, their .22lr uppers are not in production....

    A friend of mine has a Chiappa .22lr 1911 and have been less than impressed with that weapon....
     
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    I'm also much less that impressed with my Chiappa 1911-22, especially the fact that I had to pay to send it back under warranty and they didn't fix it :( With that lack of customer service I'll never buy anything from them again. I had to pay to return my EAA Witness after the slide cracked, but at least they quickly fixed it.
     
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