Smith & Wesson Launches SW22 Victory Target Model Pistol

SW22 Victory pistol features Target Sights, Target Grips.

Smith & Wesson SW22 Victory Target Model Pistol
Smith & Wesson SW22 Victory Target Model Pistol

SPRINGFIELD, Mass., – -(Ammoland.com)- Smith & Wesson Corp. today announced that it has added a Target Model to its award-winning SW22 Victory line of pistols.

Chambered in .22 LR, the new SW22 Victory Target Model pistol incorporates features designed for competitive target shooting, including target sights, custom target thumb rest grip, and polished feed ramp.

Jan Mladek, General Manager of Smith & Wesson and M&P brands, said, “Since the launch of the SW22 Victory pistol in 2015, our customers have asked for a model specifically built for target shooting competitions. With that in mind, we designed the new SW22 Victory Target Model with target grips and sights to provide our customers with an ideal target shooting pistol.”

Designed for target shooting competitions, the new SW22 Victory Target Model pistol features include:

  • 5.5” bull barrel
  • Target trigger with adjustable trigger stop
  • Black blade front sight and adjustable rear target sight
  • Textured, polymer target thumb rest grip panels for both right and left handed shooters
  • Picatinny-style rail for use with an optic

The SW22 Victory Target Model pistol is available with a 10+1 round capacity, ships with two magazines and is available now with an MSRP of $429. This model is also available for sale in Massachusetts and is listed on the Formal Target Shooting Roster.

To learn more about the new SW22 Victory Target Model pistol and the complete line of Smith & Wesson firearms, please click here.

Smith & Wesson SW22 Victory Target Model Pistol Right Side
Smith & Wesson SW22 Victory Target Model Pistol Right Side

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About Smith & Wesson

Smith & Wesson Corp. is a provider of quality firearms for personal protection, target shooting and hunting in the global consumer and professional markets. Smith & Wesson is world famous for its handguns and long guns sold under the Smith & Wesson®, Performance Center®, M&P®, Thompson/Center Arms™, and Gemtech® brands. Through its Manufacturing Services Division, Smith & Wesson Corp. also provides forging, machining, and precision plastic injection molding services to a wide variety of consumer goods companies. For more information on Smith & Wesson, call (800) 331-0852 or log on to www.smith-wesson.com.

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J. Shook
J. Shook
1 year ago

Been eyeing this gun for a few months now. I have a Browning Buckmark but didn’t want to turn it into a target gun. So I finally decided to throw down the money and by the Victory — fluted, carbine-fiber barrel, red dot sight. Absolutely love it. Really fun to shoot.

Uncle Albert
Uncle Albert
2 years ago

I wonder if the trigger will be as good as the Tandemcross trigger offered for the “plain vanilla” Victory model. Those are VERY nice out of the box !

Scotty Gunn
Scotty Gunn
2 years ago

Kind of looks like it was hobbled together from various parts. Hope it holds a better resale value than the previous 22A’s that tank on resale.

Robert Hartwig
Robert Hartwig
2 years ago

Why are they advocating using Facebook, Twiter, Instagram, and Youtube in this article? These are all Media companies that advocate for gun control. Youtube is banning videos of how to assemble and repair firearms.They have all proven themselves the enemy of gun rights and free or conservative thought.They have forgotten the story of the Luthern minister in Nazi Germany. First, they came for the Communists and I did not complain. Then they came for the Trade Unionists and I said nothing.Then they came for the Jews and again I was silent. Then they came for me and there was no… Read more »

Jeff
Jeff
2 years ago
Reply to  Robert Hartwig

Save it for the elections…this is a gun article

Priest
Priest
2 years ago

Would some one make a barrel with 1:9 twist for this pistol?