Mk57 .22LR Conversion | CmmG’s Newest Conversion Kit
CMMG has just expanded its product line by adding the Mk57 .22LR AR Conversion Kit.
Now you can easily convert your CMMG 5.7x28mm upper receiver group into a .22LR. All you have to do is swap out the bolt-carrier group, paired with the 5.5x28mm upper and any Mil-Spec AR15/Mk4 lower receiver.
Make sure you’re also using a CMMG dedicated .22LR magazine.
CmmG tells us they make these conversion kits because they pride themselves on caliber flexibility. It gives the shooter the ability to shoot multiple calibers with one lower, which has its obvious advantages, such as reduced cost and more storage availability.
The folks over at OneGear did a video review.
So, If you happen to have a CMMG Mk57 upper and convert it to shoot a .22LR, you’re able to reduce cost because your rounds are less expensive.
Also, If you’re concerned about ammo prices, we’re told you can take advantage of cost-effective rimfire training.
CmmG says it’s the ultimate tool for both young and first-time shooters.
.22 LR Conversion Kit Details
- Dedicated bolt-carrier group
- Your choice of one or three 25-rd magazine(s)—10rd magazine available in states with mag restrictions.
- No tools required for installation
- Made of stainless steel
Not compatible with Mk57 Lower Groups or 5.56/.223 uppers.
MSRP: $199.95 to $229.95.
For more information on the Mk57 .22LR Conversion Kit, you can visit CMMGinc.com.
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