let see those rimfire pictures





plodder

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Well, she's definitely not pretty, but she's mine:

MAC M11-NINE with Lage M11-22 conversion kit
Groups? I don't need no stinking groups. It's more of a pattern with 800 rpm 40 round mag dumps at 50 yds:
 

plodder

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This is my AR15 SBR with CMMG .22LR conversion kit installed. 7.5" barrel, 1-7 twist rate with my Form 1 silencer installed. Vortex Strikefire green dot scope. I was worried that the short barrel and extreme screw rate would create havoc & result in knuckleballs downrange, but it shoots with reasonable accuracy.
It is a fun little rig and I will use it as the next step up for my grandkids graduating from BB guns. Light, quiet and unintimidating. The CMMG conversion has been running flawlessly. Wish I had bought it years ago, but the recent return to cheap and available .22LR ammo pushed me into it.
 
I almost cried, didn't want to think about it for awhile. But S&W assures me it's on it's way back to me soon.



I recently learned the cause of this failure. https://www.smith-wesson.com/mp15-2...8Qxr5eaGEPuPfNMVpFIATdCGjTyuMrSu0lg0aUKAKO7cA

Seems on some rifles, the issue could cause runaway firing as well. I put in my serial number, and it came back as possibly affected. So I ordered the free head space gauge. My warranty repaired rifle passed the gauge test.
 
Here are a few of my favorites.
CZ 455 varmint with a home made Form 1 suppressor. with its Christiansen Arms MPR big brother behind it. Both these rifles shoot one hole groups...
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Some groups made by the CZ above testing for a good bullet combinations at 50 yards.
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My S&W Victory with another home made Form1 Titanium suppressor.

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