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GORILLA MFG AR-15 .22 NOSLER 16" - MID Gas System - 1:7

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GORILLA MFG AR-15 22 NOSLER 16" - MID Gas System - 1:7
Part Number: GM-.22NOS-16"-1
Availability: Out of Stock

  • Manufacturer: Gorilla Machining
  • Chamber: 22 NOSLER
  • Contour: Mid Socom
  • Fluted: No
  • Length: 16"
  • Twist Rate: 1:7
  • Gas System: Mid Length
  • Diameter at Gas Port:.750
  • Thread Pitch:1/2x28
  • Feed Ramps: M4
  • Material: 4150 CMVS
  • Finish: Black Nitride QPQ
  • Process: Button Rifled
  • Lining: Black Nitride
  • Assembly: Stripped
  • Life Time Warranty On MFG Defects

Our products carry a lifetime, no questions asked, warranty. Simply put... Should any of our products fail, return it to us for a brand new replacement.

22 Nosler is the newest and most diminutive member of the Nosler cartridge family. While it does not share the same parent cartridge as its predecessors, it does possess the same spirit in fulfilling an important role. 

The 22 Nosler was born from the idea of creating the most powerful .22 caliber centerfire cartridge that would reliably function in the AR platform. Compared to the 223 Remington / 5.56 NATO, the 22 Nosler has 25% more case capacity making it roughly 300 fps faster at the muzzle for maximized performance. 

How hard is it to retrofit an existing AR-15 chambered in 223 Rem / 5.56 NATO into a 22 Nosler? Switch to a 6.8 Remington SPC magazine along with a simple 22 Nosler barrel swap and the transformation is complete.

The 22 Nosler case holds 34.2gr H2O at overflow, and 31.2gr H2O with a 55gr Ballistic Tip® seated to 2.260” OAL.  For comparison, a 223 Remington case holds 27.4gr H2O with a 55gr BT seated at 2.260” OAL.  The 22 Nosler has almost 25% more case capacity than the 223 Remington.

Bolt face dimensions are identical for the 22 Nosler and the 223 Remington / 5.56 NATO at .378”.

Barrel Life with all barrels, it really depends on how they are treated but one should see approximately 2,000 rounds as used in competition and as many as 4,000 rounds if used as a plinking rifle.

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