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Tippmann Arms M4-22 Micro Pistol

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Tippmann Arms M4-22 Micro Pistol


The M4-22 Micro Pistol is a premium .22 caliber semi-automatic AR styled pistol with aluminum upper and lower receivers and all the features of a true M4. The M4-22 Pistol features a 7 inch barrel and weighs only 4.1 lbs.  This highly modifiable pistol has all the features as the M4-22 rifle but with a shorter 7" barrel and no stock.  The buffer-tube is oversized and will only accept arm braces.




 Features and Specifications

  • Semi-Automatic 22LR Rimfire
  • 5" Aluminum MLoK Handguard 
  • Nickel Plated Bolt
  • Weighs only 4.1 lbs.
  • 7” 4150 Solid Steel Barrel with Parkerized Finish
  • Bolt Catch
  • Bolt Release
  • Your choice of 25, 15 or 10 Round Magazine
  • Functional Forward Assist Button
  • Aluminum Upper and Lower Receivers
  • Charging Handle
  • Easy Push Pin Disassembly
  • Full Length Top Picatinny Rail
  • Adjustable Flip Up Sights
  • Shell Deflector
  • 2-Position, Receiver Mounted Safety Lever
  • 1/2 x 28 Threaded A2 Birdcage
  • 4 ½ Pound Trigger Pull
  • Fully Functional Bolt Dust Cover
  • Front and Rear Sling Mounts
  • Mil-Spec FCG (With the exception of the Safety lever. It is proprietary.)
  • Allows For Drop in Trigger Assemblies
  • Standard “bicycle lock” Storage Safety
  • Gen2 Grip
  • Ambidextrous Sling Adapter Plate
  • Compatible With Most Standard AR15 Components and Accessories 
  • Owner’s Manual


Model Caliber Barrel Length Capacity Finish   Twist Rate Length Weight
 M4-22 Pistol  .22 LR 7 inches  25 RNDS  Matte Black   1:16   21.25" 4.1 lbs

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  • 5
    M4 micro pistol

    Posted by Brett Baker on Oct 5th 2019

    Great pistol! Smooth shooting, seems accurate, (considering I'm behind the trigger), excellent quality. I mounted an SB brace and a rifle scope on mine. The only problems so far are one mag occasionally misfeeds American Eagle 45-grain Suppressor, and the scope mount is a Weaver rather than an M1913. Well, I will do serious accuracy testing, and see if I need to switch ammo. For the scope I used clamp-on rings instead of an M1913 mount. If I had tried this before my S&W M&P 15/22, I wouldn't have bought the Smith!
    Also, this is an excellent suppressor host. I have to clean my can now, shooting it is so much fun on this Tippmann!