New: Smith & Wesson Performance Center SW22 Victory Target Pistols

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posted on May 5, 2018
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Smith & Wesson has introduced four new Performance Center SW22 Victory Target pistols to the Performance Center’s line of rimfire handguns. Chambered in .22 LR, Performance Center SW22 Victory Target pistols are designed specifically for competitive shooting. Pricing begins at $672.

PERFORMANCE CENTER SW22 VICTORY TARGET MODEL | SMITH & WESSON

All of the new Performance Center SW22 Victory Target pistols come with two 10-round magazines, and are available with either a 6-inch fluted barrel, or a 6-inch carbon fiber barrel. There’s a Picatinny-style rail for optics mounting. The pistol is available both with and without a Vortex Viper red dot sight. The two models without the red dot have an adjustable fiber optic rear sight and fiber optic front sight.

Additional Performance Center SW22 Victory enhancements include a custom muzzle brake, extended magazine release, polished feed ramp, beveled magazine well, flat-face target trigger (adjustable for take-up and overtravel) and Tandemkross hiveGrips with target thumbrest grip.

“The Performance Center SW22 Victory Target pistols are competition-ready and have been designed for the serious target shooter,” said Tony Miele, general manager of the Performance Center. “These pistols have all of the upgrades needed to make them competition-ready, including adjustable target triggers, specialty target barrels, and grips.”

To learn more, please visit the Performance Center website at www.smith-wesson.com/performance-center.

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