Sig Sauer P322 22LR Optics Ready Rimfire Pistol with Threaded Barrel
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The new P322 was completely designed and built by SIG SAUER in New Hampshire and is loaded with premium features, including an optic-ready removable rear sight plate so you can easily add a ROMEOZero red dot optic without the use of adapter plates. The P322 also comes with a threaded barrel adapter making it suppressor ready right out of the box, and with its ambidextrous controls, interchangeable flat and curved triggers, and fiber optic front and rear sights the new P322 is the highest capacity, most advanced 22 pistol in its class.
Specifications and Features:
- Manufacturer: Sig Sauer
- Model: P322
- Caliber: 22LR
- Barrel Length: 4"
- Overall Length: 7"
- Overall Width: 1.4"
- Sights: Fiber Optic Front / Adjustable Rear
- Barrel Material: Carbon Steel
- Slide Finish: Hard Coat Anodized
- Slide Material: Alloy
- Manual Safety: Yes
- Weight: 17.1 oz.
- Magazine Capacity: 20 Rounds
- Trigger: Flat/Curved (Both Included); SAO
Posted by bill ballas on Jul 6th 2022
i am getting a few light primer hits. i have contacted sig & i can send it in if i want. don't want to do that unless i have to. very fast shipping when i ordered from fin.
Posted by Chip on Jul 6th 2022
I've put about 15 mags through it so far, and the last round on every mag fails to feed. It either jams or stovepipes or launches itself clear out of the gun. It's a bit annoying, especially because the pistol is great in every other aspect. Great sights, super comfortable, and fun to shoot. I'm really hoping the issue sorts itself out after a bit more wear-in.
Fin Feather Fur was great, though. They're not gouging on the price like a lot of retailers, and they shipped super quick. No complaints about the service, but the gun itself could have used a bit more R&D.