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Old 02-25-2010, 11:48 PM
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No need to thread barrels.  Theres a barrel converter for nothreaded barrels!!!!!! No need to thread barrels.  Theres a barrel converter for nothreaded barrels!!!!!! No need to thread barrels.  Theres a barrel converter for nothreaded barrels!!!!!! No need to thread barrels.  Theres a barrel converter for nothreaded barrels!!!!!! No need to thread barrels.  Theres a barrel converter for nothreaded barrels!!!!!!  
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I dont know if this thing is legit. But if it works that would be great!!!!! If anyone has any info please share about this product.

M&P15-22 Barrel Tools and Accessories - M&P15-22 Parts, Tools, and Accessories


They are also on ebay. Anybody know anything about the suppressors on here that can attach to a nonthreaded barrel. they are aluminum and look great!!
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Old 02-26-2010, 01:09 AM
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No need to thread barrels.  Theres a barrel converter for nothreaded barrels!!!!!! No need to thread barrels.  Theres a barrel converter for nothreaded barrels!!!!!! No need to thread barrels.  Theres a barrel converter for nothreaded barrels!!!!!! No need to thread barrels.  Theres a barrel converter for nothreaded barrels!!!!!! No need to thread barrels.  Theres a barrel converter for nothreaded barrels!!!!!!  
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seriously! nobody has anything to say about these converters??? huh

does anybody know anything about them? I would think if i could slap on one of the guys and save the trip and hassle of getting my barrel threaded I would do it.
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Old 02-26-2010, 07:05 AM
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No need to thread barrels.  Theres a barrel converter for nothreaded barrels!!!!!! No need to thread barrels.  Theres a barrel converter for nothreaded barrels!!!!!! No need to thread barrels.  Theres a barrel converter for nothreaded barrels!!!!!! No need to thread barrels.  Theres a barrel converter for nothreaded barrels!!!!!! No need to thread barrels.  Theres a barrel converter for nothreaded barrels!!!!!!  
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It's not that no one has anything to say, it's just that we've had a few threads about this in the time span of the past few days.

You need to scan up and down the board and see what's been posted before you post on any forum, because it may have already been posted previously.
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Old 02-26-2010, 07:59 AM
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No need to thread barrels.  Theres a barrel converter for nothreaded barrels!!!!!! No need to thread barrels.  Theres a barrel converter for nothreaded barrels!!!!!! No need to thread barrels.  Theres a barrel converter for nothreaded barrels!!!!!! No need to thread barrels.  Theres a barrel converter for nothreaded barrels!!!!!! No need to thread barrels.  Theres a barrel converter for nothreaded barrels!!!!!!  
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Good to see some aftermarket products for the M&P 15-22. Hopefully an "improved" extractor isn't far behind.

Great if you want a heavier barrel and shrouded look.



vs. a threaded barrel with a M16 muzzle device:



-- Chuck
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Old 02-26-2010, 02:09 PM
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No need to thread barrels.  Theres a barrel converter for nothreaded barrels!!!!!! No need to thread barrels.  Theres a barrel converter for nothreaded barrels!!!!!! No need to thread barrels.  Theres a barrel converter for nothreaded barrels!!!!!! No need to thread barrels.  Theres a barrel converter for nothreaded barrels!!!!!! No need to thread barrels.  Theres a barrel converter for nothreaded barrels!!!!!!  
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It's not that no one has anything to say, it's just that we've had a few threads about this in the time span of the past few days.

You need to scan up and down the board and see what's been posted before you post on any forum, because it may have already been posted previously.
yeah...i know ive been posting them. nobody has got back to me until now! thanks
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Old 02-26-2010, 02:20 PM
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yeah...i know ive been posting them. nobody has got back to me until now! thanks
Just my two cents but repeatedly posting essentially the same question because you don't feel you've gotten a satisfactory reply will likely just end up annoying people. It's basically spamming the forum. I'd suggest you keep one thread per question and if needed bump it to the top every day or so if you aren't getting replies. It helps keep the forum less cluttered.

Anyhow, glad you got an answer you were happy with.
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Old 02-26-2010, 03:27 PM
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No need to thread barrels.  Theres a barrel converter for nothreaded barrels!!!!!! No need to thread barrels.  Theres a barrel converter for nothreaded barrels!!!!!! No need to thread barrels.  Theres a barrel converter for nothreaded barrels!!!!!! No need to thread barrels.  Theres a barrel converter for nothreaded barrels!!!!!! No need to thread barrels.  Theres a barrel converter for nothreaded barrels!!!!!!  
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[QUOTE=ArcaneFlame;135371520]Just my two cents but repeatedly posting essentially the same question because you don't feel you've gotten a satisfactory reply will likely just end up annoying people. It's basically spamming the forum. I'd suggest you keep one thread per question and if needed bump it to the top every day or so if you aren't getting replies. It helps keep the forum less cluttered.

Anyhow, glad you got an answer you were happy with.[/QUOTE

They were all different questions really. thanks for you 2cents
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Old 02-26-2010, 03:34 PM
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Other than adding weight to the gun and making the barrel look funny, I can't see what these things are good for. What am I missing?
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Old 02-26-2010, 03:37 PM
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No need to thread barrels.  Theres a barrel converter for nothreaded barrels!!!!!! No need to thread barrels.  Theres a barrel converter for nothreaded barrels!!!!!! No need to thread barrels.  Theres a barrel converter for nothreaded barrels!!!!!! No need to thread barrels.  Theres a barrel converter for nothreaded barrels!!!!!! No need to thread barrels.  Theres a barrel converter for nothreaded barrels!!!!!!  
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to each his own i guess
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Old 02-26-2010, 03:48 PM
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No need to thread barrels.  Theres a barrel converter for nothreaded barrels!!!!!! No need to thread barrels.  Theres a barrel converter for nothreaded barrels!!!!!! No need to thread barrels.  Theres a barrel converter for nothreaded barrels!!!!!! No need to thread barrels.  Theres a barrel converter for nothreaded barrels!!!!!! No need to thread barrels.  Theres a barrel converter for nothreaded barrels!!!!!!  
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Other than adding weight to the gun and making the barrel look funny, I can't see what these things are good for. What am I missing?
Don't they make the bullet go faster?
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Old 02-26-2010, 05:50 PM
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No need to thread barrels.  Theres a barrel converter for nothreaded barrels!!!!!! No need to thread barrels.  Theres a barrel converter for nothreaded barrels!!!!!! No need to thread barrels.  Theres a barrel converter for nothreaded barrels!!!!!! No need to thread barrels.  Theres a barrel converter for nothreaded barrels!!!!!! No need to thread barrels.  Theres a barrel converter for nothreaded barrels!!!!!!  
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Don't they make the bullet go faster?
I heard it gives you 20 more horse power!!

...oh wait that's racing stripes on a car, my bad
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Old 02-26-2010, 06:41 PM
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No need to thread barrels.  Theres a barrel converter for nothreaded barrels!!!!!! No need to thread barrels.  Theres a barrel converter for nothreaded barrels!!!!!! No need to thread barrels.  Theres a barrel converter for nothreaded barrels!!!!!! No need to thread barrels.  Theres a barrel converter for nothreaded barrels!!!!!! No need to thread barrels.  Theres a barrel converter for nothreaded barrels!!!!!!  
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I heard it gives you 20 more horse power!!

...oh wait that's racing stripes on a car, my bad
funny, lol...that must be on that seat of the pants dyno ive heard so much about... adding mass to the barrel tends to make it more accu.... That being said I will not argue the point, Hatcher proved it years ago... if you like the rifle the way it is more power to ya ... as for me the more stuff i can hang off my "doll" the better
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Old 02-26-2010, 06:44 PM
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No need to thread barrels.  Theres a barrel converter for nothreaded barrels!!!!!! No need to thread barrels.  Theres a barrel converter for nothreaded barrels!!!!!! No need to thread barrels.  Theres a barrel converter for nothreaded barrels!!!!!! No need to thread barrels.  Theres a barrel converter for nothreaded barrels!!!!!! No need to thread barrels.  Theres a barrel converter for nothreaded barrels!!!!!!  
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Other than adding weight to the gun and making the barrel look funny, I can't see what these things are good for. What am I missing?
If you have to ask, you'll never understand.
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Old 02-27-2010, 11:49 AM
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Don't they make the bullet go faster?
You boys quit foolin' abound here and get on back to the "moss back" sections. I don't think our brand of reparte' is appreciated over here as much as in the short gun sections. Beyond that observation-I'm not allowed to comment further in this section.
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Old 02-27-2010, 11:17 PM
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No need to thread barrels.  Theres a barrel converter for nothreaded barrels!!!!!! No need to thread barrels.  Theres a barrel converter for nothreaded barrels!!!!!! No need to thread barrels.  Theres a barrel converter for nothreaded barrels!!!!!! No need to thread barrels.  Theres a barrel converter for nothreaded barrels!!!!!! No need to thread barrels.  Theres a barrel converter for nothreaded barrels!!!!!!  
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Don't they make the bullet go faster?
I try to always fire mine "downhill" to get the most speed out of my bullets! Also "jabbing" the barrel towards my target while firing seems to really help throw the ammo out faster!
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Old 02-28-2010, 12:18 PM
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