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Old 08-31-2014, 08:13 PM
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Default NEA copies 15-22????

Just wondering if any of you have seen this???

Wonder if parts are swappable? That would be wicked to have a shorter barrel.
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It's not a 15-22 copy. This appears to be a .22 upper on an actual (or close) copy of an AR. Look that the butt stock, the bolt body in the ejection port, the magazine ... I don't see a mag release. Absent seeing an exploded diagram or one in person, I don't see all that much similarity to a 15-22 except superficially.
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Wonder if parts are swappable? That would be wicked to have a shorter barrel.
Why fuss over swapping parts? Just buy the gun. Hopefully there's a NEA-15 forum for you to hang out on...
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The NEA is a dedicated .22 upper on a standard AR-15 lower.

The NEA 22 is closer to the AR-15 than the 15-22 is, but without things like the Umarex "Colt" M4's internal barrel with shroud.

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