I don't recall giving you permission to post my picture!I dunno where to access them anymore. The "smilies" button on here just gives a bunch of static blah ones like you'd find on a cell phone. Once again, my age continues to show as I not only fail to keep up with all the latest n' greatest whizbang technology things, but I simultaneously grumble about any kinds of change and how things just ain't the way they used to be...
You should probably tell them you want the 22LR cylinder back when they ship your pistol back, shouldn't you?Welllllll, I has a sad now. Was cleaning my newly-acquired NAA Hog Leg pew-pew, supposedly chambered in .22 WMR, and I went to drop a round in there to make sure the cylinder was clean and didn't have any grit in the chambers to prevent the rounds from fully seating. Guess what. Wouldn't seat. Like ... at all. Because it ain't a .22 WMR cylinder. It's a .22 LR. Ugh.
The frame's marked .22 Magnum, but I guess nobody at the LGS checked the cylinder that came with it to see if it was a .22 LR or .22 WMR because, at a glance, they look the same. Wellllllll, poo. Now I've gotta contact North American Arms and arrange to send my lil' pew-pew up to Utah with super-expensive overnight shipping to and from for a $50 cylinder (the shipping supposedly costs as much as the cylinder EACH WAY ... grrrrr) so they can properly fit/time a .22 WMR cylinder for it. le sigh Such is my life.
Oh well. At least the M&P 15-22 is basically brand new and (at least in theory) shouldn't hold any sad surprises. Scored a couple of extra 25-round mags from Grabagun for $25 apiece, so not crazy expensive for those, and they already shipped it out the same day I ordered - neat-o!
Here's to hoping the NAA office is open on weekends, otherwise I've gotta wait until next Friday to even place an order... :/