MPN: 22BA62F


  • Drop-in replacement
  • Allow user to shoot .22LR from their AR-15


  • Caliber: .22 LR
  • Weight: 9.81 oz.
  • Finish: Raw
  • Material: Steel


  • AR-15 with 5.56 NATO or .223 Rem. barrel

*Since .223 WYLDE is NOT a Mil-Spec chamber, we cannot guarantee fit or function with our 22LR conversion kits.

*For best performance use a round style hammer as notched hammers can cause function issues.

*36 grain plated nose bullets have proven to be the best choice for function


  • 1x CMMG AR-15 .22 LR Conversion Bolt (Right-Handed)
  • 1x 10-RD .22LR Magazine


If you’re looking for drop-in AR15 .22 conversion bolt, don’t waste your time and hard-earned money on inferior products, let Wing Tactical help you find the .22 conversion kit you need without the hassles of sifting through things that just won’t work for you. One of our favorite .22LR bolt assemblies is the CMMG 22LR Bolt.

AR .22 Conversion Without Hassle

If you just want to do an AR15 .22 conversion the easy way and get onto the range fast, this is the way to do it. CMMG has designed and manufactured a complete, drop-in 22 conversion bolt carrier that will take you from the bench to the range without slowing down for compatibility issues. Just install this CMMG .22LR bolt and be sure your 22 magazines are compatible and you’re in business.

This Is No Flash In The Pan

CMMG doesn’t produce parts on a whim. Everything they do they do right. CMMG's .22 conversion bolt was designed and manufactured with the attention to detail that CMMG has become famous for. It’s not just about the machining. Each and every piece of CMMG’s .22 bolt is made from carefully selected domestic materials appropriate to their specific job.

Quality Components

The CMMG .22 conversion kit features a steel bolt and a 10-round polymer magazine. This a quality, conversion piece designed for reliable performance in a lightweight package. When you want to do an AR .22 conversion smoothly without problems and have it last, choose the CMMG conversion kit and give yourself an edge.

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