The latest addition to Smith & Wesson's M&P series of handguns— the M&P22 Magnum pistol, chambered in 22 WMR—features more capacity, more reliability, and more features. Its internal hammer-fired design, paired with the Tempo gas-operated barrel system, keeps components locked in place until the bullet passes the gas port, increasing performance. With a remarkable 30-round capacity, the full-size polymer frame M&P22 Magnum ships with two magazines so you can spend less time reloading and more time training. It comes with a fiber-optic front sight, black notched rear sight, and is optics-ready, allowing you to direct-mount most of the popular micro red dots available today.
“The M&P22 Magnum combines the best features of our internal hammer fire control system with the patented Tempo barrel design, creating a smooth operating experience for the shooter.” said John Myles, senior manager of new products. “The 22 WMR is a versatile and field-savvy cartridge that has been a legacy among American shooters, hunters, and trappers for decades. Smith & Wesson is proud to offer a new pistol that further supports the use of this cartridge outdoors or on the range.”
The M&P22 Magnum is fully ambidextrous, has a 4.35-inch stainless steel barrel with Armornite finish, includes a flat-face trigger, and Picatinny-style rail for mounting accessories. This pistol is U.S.-made and has an MSRP of $649.00.
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