Robocop1051 Posted July 8, 2014 Report Share Posted July 8, 2014 (edited) Against better judgment, I talked myself into buying my first piece of CMMG gear. Even though I am a adamantly against all products from that company. My reasoning was simple. I was building a dedicated .22lr AR and CMMG made a .22lr specific charging handle. Despite looking everywhere, it appeared that CMMG was my only option. (As you can see, the CH is filled in through the shaft. This is to prevent ejected shells from getting stuck in the normally empty channel) The rifle lasted only a few months before the CMMG part finally failed me. Bubba can attest to my colorful use of four letter epithets, describing my enthusiasm. To make matters worse, this was a rifle I built for my wife. So now I also had to go home and explain to my wife what I did to her rifle. Here's a closer shot of where the polymer CH failed. My wife, being as forgiving as she is, tells me, "it's ok. Now you just have to buy me a new one... and this time I want it to be ambidextrous! I think I deserve the best one out there since you broke mine." Oh really??? FINE! Here's the world's first .22lr, dedicated, TacOps-1. A big glob of steel JB weld filled the channel nicely. It's still "setting" right now, so I'll have to update this tomorrow after its done curing. So far so good.... Edited July 8, 2014 by Robocop1051 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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