By: Friedrich Seiltgen
Copyright © 2022
The folks at Sig Sauer keep coming up with hit after hit. Their latest one is the new P322. The P322 is designed and built entirely at Sig Sauer in New Hampshire, USA! While the 322 looks and feels like the P320, it’s chambered for .22LR and loaded with features. Features like an optic-ready removable rear sight plate, so you easily can add a ROMEO Zero 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 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.
The P322 uses a stainless-steel slide with a polymer grip along with an aluminum slide. No tools are required to take down the pistol. Simply rotate the takedown lever and remove the slide/barrel assembly.
While others have added magazine capacity to their 22 pistols, nobody comes close to Sig Sauer. They designed the P322 magazine to hold 20 rounds. If that’s not enough, they also have a 25-round magazine available!
Type: Semi – Automatic, Blowback Rimfire, Single Action Only
Magazine capacity: 20 Ships with (2) 20 round magazines with 25 Round Magazines available
Sights: Fiber Optic Front, Adjustable Rear
Barrel Length: 4 Inches
Overall Length: 7 Inches
Width: 1.4 Inches
Height: 5.5 Inches
Weight: 17.1 Ounces
Sig Sauer engineers put the P322 through a rigorous testing program and it came out a winner. The P322 posted a mean of over 1,000 rounds between stoppages.
If you’re into plinking with a 22LR, the P322 is the pistol for you. Since the P322 mirrors the P320, it provides low-cost training as well as lots of fun for the whole family. Sig Sauer gives you 21 reasons to love 22.
That’s all for now folks! Please keep sending in your questions, tips, and article Ideas. And as always – “Let’s Be Careful Out There”
Friedrich Seiltgen is a retired Master Police Officer with 20 years of service with the Orlando Police Department. He conducts training in Lone Wolf Terrorism, Firearms, and Active Shooter Response. His writing has appeared in RECOIL, The Counter Terrorist Magazine, American Thinker, Homeland Security Today, and The Journal of Counterterrorism & Homeland Security International. Contact him at firstname.lastname@example.org