The P22 Military features low profile three-dot polymer sights, loaded chamber indicator, front and rear slide serrations, external slide stop, three safeties, paddle-style ambidextrous magazine release lever. The double/single action trigger registers 11 pound pull for double action and 4 pound pull for single action. The frame features an ergonomic grip, checkered trigger guard, interchangeable backstraps and Picatinny rail. Military green finish with black slide.
|Manufacturer Part Number||5120338|
|Caliber||22 Long Rifle|
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