Tandemkross upgrades SW22 Victory with drop-in Thunder Hammer

The Thunder Hammer from Tandemkross reduces the trigger pull weight on the SW22 Victory. (Photo: Tandemkross)

The Smith & Wesson SW22 Victory gets an upgrade thanks to Tandemkross’ latest accessory, the lightweight Thunder Hammer.

The Thunder Hammer is a drop-in, replacement trigger designed to reduce the trigger pull weight on the SW22 Victory. Changing the angle of engagement between the sear and hammer, Tandemkross said the Thunder Hammer ultimately reduces trigger weight to below 2 pounds for competition shooters. Constructed from S7 tool steel, the Thunder Hammer reduces lock time in order to achieve more accurate shooting.

“The design and feel of the Thunder Hammer takes the SW22 Victory to the next level,” Tandemkross Product Development Director Jake Wyman said in a news release. “You won’t be disappointed!”

Featuring diamond-like coating, the Thunder Hammer delivers both impact and heat resistance while adding an upgrade, dog-bone style strut pin to its design. Though the hammer can be pulled apart into three pieces, the strut pin was created to stay in place under pressure. This construction ensures it does not loosen inside the handgun.

Available through Tandemkross online, the Thunder Hammer for the SW22 Victory is priced at just under $70.

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