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    New Colt M4 in .22



    Interesting.
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    That sounds like a fun rifle . I couldn't find a price on that web page , do you know what it sells for ?

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    Indeed. Reminds me of that MP5 clone that shoots .22. That M4, though - talk about ultimate plinking gun!

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    The gun apparently is made by Umarex, a German air gun and soft air maker. Apparently what has been done is to convert an air gun or a soft air gun to .22 rimfire. It therefore will NOT be a .22 rimfire M4, except in appearance. I look foreward to seeing it at the SHOT Show.

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    I look forward to hearing some reviews about this rifle . I was thinking about getting on of those German Sport Guns , that look like the mp-5 clone in .22 . I thought that would be a fun , and cheaper to plink with little rifle .
    I guess I better wait for a while now .

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    I looked at the rifle today and it is VERY high quality. With the ejection port cover closed, it looks and feels exactly like a Colt M4 (if one ignores the markings). The magazines do look different than "real" 30-round magazines, but that is the only visual difference.

    I find this rifle further evidence of the illogical thinking of Colt. Colt used to sell a .22 Conversion Unit for the AR-15-style of rifles. Only a 10-round magazine was offered. Colt quit selling the units for some reason. They bring substantial money on eBay because there is demand. Colt will NOT put flash hiders on its "civilian" AR-15-style rifles. This rifle has a flash hider. Colt will not sell high capacity magazines with its AR-15-style rifles. This .22 can be had with high capacity magazines.

    Colt, why do you do such crazy, illogical things?

    When I see the new stuff Ruger and particularly Taurus introduced at the SHOT Show, I wonder what Colt could not at least come up with minor improvements, like getting rid of plastic parts and the like.

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    "Street price" under $500 according to my Umarex representative .
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    Thanks for the hands on review of the rifle , and the price information . I will be standing by until I can get my hands on one .

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    Cool colt 22 ar

    This seems to be trend. For plinking and practice, a 22 is a lot of fun. I have always been a fan of having a 22 version of my centerfire handguns and rifles. Good way to start beginners as well. No recoil, weapon familarization and then go to centerfire. Will buy a pr for me and my son. See there is also a full size Ak as well from another company. The AR for $500 seems pretty reasonable for today. Saving in ammunition cost alone makes it a bargain.


 
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