Designed specifically for target shooting competitions, these pistols feature 6" target barrels, muzzle brakes, Tandemkross "hiveGrips," an extended magazine release, a beveled magazine well and a flat-face target trigger (adjustable for take-up and overtravel). Chambered in .22 LR, they are offered with either a fluted or carbon fiber barrel as well as with or without a Vortex Viper red-dot sight.
American Rifleman's Joe Kurtenbach caught up with Smith & Wesson Performance Center's Tony Miele to learn more about these new pistols. See the video here and to get the full rundown visit smith-wesson.com
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