Smith & Wesson M&P15-22

In response to my recent post about .22 conversion kits and upper, someone mentioned this carbine. It’s a dedicated .22 that cannot accept centerfire upper, but that also means it’s optimized for the rimfire cartridge. I don’t own one yet but have shot 15-22s owned by friends and was very impressed with balance, reliability and accuracy.

Late this week, I will post about various magazines and accessories for it. In the meantime, just a picture for eye candy.

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7 Responses to Smith & Wesson M&P15-22

  1. AK™ says:

    Good luck finding any .22LR that isn’t birdshot.

  2. Sid says:

    Good luck finding a new M&P 15-22.

    • Oleg Volk says:

      Around Nashville, that’s the one model that’s fairly well available at most stores.

      • Sid says:

        In south Mississippi, if it looks like an AR it is on back order. The 15-22s went fast. Actually had planned to purchase one at Christmas for my 7 year-old son. My daughter loves her Ruger 10-22 but my son wants something that looks like an AR.

        Academy quit selling ARs with no notice. Gander sold out immediately. All the local hunting and gun shops are in the same situation. Back order.

  3. Joe S. says:

    The 15-22 MOE was my selection last year and its an excellent little rimfire rifle.

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  5. Brian P. says:

    I bought my 15-22 about 2 years ago. It was a very affordable option back than and I’ve used it to teach two of my friends how to shoot. But I’ve been wanting to upgrade to his big brother in .223 for a while. Now I may not be able to for a long time due to present cost and backlog. Oh well, I’m fortunate to have mine as it is.

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