CMMG .22LR Conversion Bolt for AR15 w/ 3x AU 25-Round Magazines

$140.00 - $205.00
(14 reviews)
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Transform your .223/5.56mm AR platform rifle with the CMMG .22 LR conversion bolt. Your firearm becomes a cost-effective training tool, a formidable varmint hunting companion, or just a really fun plinking rifle with this convenient drop-in conversion bolt. Compatible with any mil-spec .223 / 5.56mm upper receiver, the bolt simply drops in to offer seamless integration for a hassle-free conversion experience.

Tested for optimal performance and proven to deliver exceptional functionality. Included for added convenience are three AU manufactured 25-round magazines, this conversion kit is your gateway to endless shooting possibilities.

For optimal performance use .22LR copper plated ammunition and do not use trigger groups with notched hammers.


Bolt Manufacturer: CMMG
Caliber: .22 LR
Compatibility: 5.56 / .223 AR Platform Rifles
BCG Material: Stainless Steel
Includes: (3) AU 25 Round Magazines


  • 5

    Posted by chris wood on 11th Jan 2024

    easy to install I have only used it once so far but it seems to work OK has cut down the cost of practicing at the range

  • 5
    CMMG .22 Conversion Kit

    Posted by Will on 11th Jan 2024

    Drops right in and runs like a champ. The nickel/stainless construction also makes it easy to clean. I love it, and the price was right.

  • 5
    So much fun!

    Posted by Tony on 27th Dec 2023

    Love this conversion kit, opted for the extra 10 mags. Best decision I’ve made all year! This bundle deal is a steal, I mean I paid an extra $50ish for 10 mags that run about $35-45ea on average? Yeah like I said a steal of a deal.

  • 5
    Cmmg .22lr conversion kit

    Posted by Rodrigo Veneracion on 21st Dec 2023

    Flawless, reliable and fun. Loaded and fired mags with no hitch

  • 4
    Cmmg 22 conversion unit

    Posted by John Hilgeman on 27th Oct 2023

    GREAT product I just do t know what it came in plastic wrapped up instead of its original packaging