Video—Dallas NRA Show: Performance Center SW22 Victory Target Pistols

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posted on May 9, 2018
Smith & Wesson has introduced four new Performance Center SW22 Victory Target pistols to its line of rimfire handguns. 

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

Additonal Reading:
Smith & Wesson Adds SW22 Victory Target Model   
NRA Gun of the Week: Smith & Wesson SW22 Victory Pistol  
When Worlds Collide: Smith & Wesson's SW22 Victory  



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