“Adapting To Survive”: Firearms-Part 2, The AR-15 to .22LR Conversion Kit

Posted: February 24, 2020 by gamegetterII in Uncategorized

Mason Dixon Tactical

One of two primary reasons for having an adapter for a cartridge firearm to fire another cartridge is economy of funds. The second, as I see it, is economy of meat. Anyone who has hunted for a while knows that if you shoot small game (squirrel, grouse, rabbit, etc.) with something like a .308 Winchester or a .223 Remington cartridge, the resulting stew meat will give you a “Hair, teeth and eyeball soup”, with “paw nuggets” as a side dish.

In a previous article, we discussed the merits of the .32ACP adapter for a .308 Winchester chambered long gun. In that article, the firearm in the example was an 11″ barreled DSA FAL OSW. This article will review two different .22 Long Rifle adapter kits for the AR-15 type rifle chambered for 5.56Nato/.223 Remington. We will also test two different loads used in two different barrel length versions of…

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