The new SIG P322 is a New Hampshire-made firearm that was created and constructed by SIG SAUER from the ground up, and it comes with a plethora of high-end features, such as a removable rear sight plate that is optic-ready for use with a ROMEO Zero red dot optic without the need for adapter plates.
The new P322 is the highest capacity and most advanced 22 pistol available, featuring ambidextrous controls, interchangeable flat and curved triggers, and fiber optic front and rear sights. It also comes with a threaded barrel adaptor that makes it suppressor-ready right out of the box.
20 Round Magazine Capacity
Optic Ready Removable Rear Sight Plate
Suppressor-Ready With Included Threaded Barrel Adapter
Interchangeable Trigger Shoes (flat and curved included)
Fiber Optic Front and Rear Sights
Ambi Controls With Reversible Magazine Catch
Magazine Loader Included
Includes (2) 20th magazines
The new P322 pistol from SIG Sauer uses high-capacity magazines made of a proprietary polymer; each pistol comes with two of these magazines for a total of 20 rounds. Each can hold one round of.22 long rifle ammunition, and some may be able to accommodate a second round in the chamber. Additional SIG Sauer 25-round magazines can be purchased as an aftermarket addition.
The SIG Sauer P322 has all the standard features found in centerfire defense, service, and competition shooting pistols. You can find more and more of these in today’s training and plinking with rimfire handguns.
It has a muzzle thread protector, so you can attach accessories like muzzle compensators, barrel weights, muzzle brakes, and noise suppressors (in states where they are legal) without buying a new barrel or adapter.
An optics-readry slide with a removable rear sight plate and a modular interface that supports both small red dots and reflex sights is included.
The Sauer pistol features effective serrations on both the rear and the front of the slide. This facilitates both a speedier draw and holster insertion as well as a more rapid rate of fire.
High-visibility green fiber optics are built inside the SIG Sauer P322’s iron sights. While the front sight is fixed to the post, the back sight can be adjusted to reduce the gun’s overall height.
There are currently a plethora of well-liked, high-quality modern rimfire pistols on the market, but SIG Sauer is keen to enter the market with the P322.
Even though SIG Sauer typically doesn’t reveal pricing information, it looks like the P322 will sell for around $400 in the United States.
Sig Sauer’s P322 hidden rimfire pistol is a semiautomatic weapon with an amazing 20+1 round capacity. The accessory rail and beveled mag well allow for the attachment of an LED or similar light source. The module for holding onto polymer is a tried and true design.
The p322’s trigger is available in both the standard round design and the more modern flat face.
Both of the trigger shoes are designed to be easily removed by the user.
The Sig P322 is fully ambidextrous, allowing for use by either the right or left hand thanks to its reversible magazine release, thumb safety, and slide release.
The SIG Sauer P322 has many of the same qualities that make modern centerfire defensive, service, and competition pistols so popular and that are becoming increasingly desirable in the newest crop of rimfire and plinking firearms.
Along with a detachable rear sight plate and a modular interface for small red dots or reflex sights, the option-ready slide of the Glock 17 features a threaded muzzle that allows the use of muzzle weights, barrel weights, brakes, muzzle compensators, and sound suppression devices (where legal) without the need for an adapter or a new barrel.
The pistol’s slides have been simplified on both sides to make drawing and holstering the weapon quicker and less cumbersome. The slide of this pistol is serrated both frontally and rearwardly, making it a well-rounded package.
The iron sights that come standard on the SIG Sauer P322 are adjustable rearward and feature low-profile, high-visibility green fiber optics. The front sight is fixed.