Tactical Solutions launches Ridge-Lite barrel upgrade

(Photo: TacSol)

The Ridge-Lite barrel upgrade serves up a 1/2×28 thread pitch and rail for the SW22 Victory. (Photo: TacSol)

Rimfire connoisseurs Tactical Solutions introduced the Ridge-Lite, a barrel upgrade for Smith & Wesson SW22 Victory pistols.

The Ridge-Lite barrel upgrade replaces the factory Smith & Wesson barrel and was crafted to reduce weight while improving accuracy and reliability. Easy to install, according to TacSol, the six-inch barrel features a weight of eight-ounces. The aluminum barrel comes equipped with a rail for optics mounting in addition to a fiber optic front sight and fully adjustable rear sight. The barrel ships standard with a 1/2×28 thread pitch.

“TacSol is excited to introduce our light-weight, highly accurate Ridge-Lite barrel for the Smith & Wesson Victory pistol,” Darin Strickler, CEO at TacSol, said in a press release. “The Ridge-Lite design provides an innovative superior sight and optic mounting solution and the barrel comes standard with an aluminum one-piece cantilever rail and adjustable fiber optic sights.”

The Ridge-Lite is set to begin rolling out factory doors to consumers in early 2018. Interested parties can go ahead pre-order, though, through Tactical Solutions. The Ridge-Lite offers a price tag of $355.

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