SMITH & WESSON M&P22 COMPACT
SMITH & WESSON M&P22 COMPACT
SMITH & WESSON M&P22 COMPACT
SMITH & WESSON M&P22 COMPACT
SMITH & WESSON M&P22 COMPACT
SMITH & WESSON M&P22 COMPACT

SMITH & WESSON M&P22 COMPACT

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Product Information & Specs

A scaled down version of the full-sized MP22 the Smith Wesson MP22 Compact is a semi-automatic handgun that is internal hammer-fired and blowback-operated. Chambered in 22 LR with a 101 capacity this American made firearm features an ambidextrous safety and reversible magazine release as well as a threaded barrel and built-in Picatinny-style accessory rail. A magazine safety prevents accidental discharge when the magazine is released. The MP22 Compact was primarily designed for training as well as target and recreational shooting.

Details

Action SA - Caliber .22 LR - Capacity 10rd - Barrel 3.56 - Frame Polymer Balck - Slide Aluminum Alloy Anodized Black - Sights 3-Dot Adjustable Rear - Length 6.65 - Width 1.48 - Height 5.03 - Weight 15.3 oz - Reduced scale version of the full-size MP Pistol - Threaded barrel - 38x24 takes 38x24 to 12x28 adapter - (2) Magazines included - Ambidextrous manual safety - Reversible magazine release - Picatinny-style accessory rail - Magazine Safety - Will not fire without magazine inserted - Internal lock - Captured recoil guide rod spring for easier assemblydisassembly - Made in USA - Why Because its made of fun. We shrunk our full size MP by 15 and replaced it with pure awesome. Yep. Its molded right in there alongside the premium features and MPs hand-hugging grip. Sure all of that fun is hard to see but dont worry. Whether youre shooting a tin can or hitting a full can of soda you can make fun funner with an MP22 Compact.

UPC 022188083903
Caliber 22 LR
Action SINGLE ACTION
Capacity 10+1 ROUNDS
Barrel Length 3.5 BARREL
Weight 1













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