Underrated Tactical .22

The SIG 522 is probably the most underrated of the tactical .22’s on the market.  It gets great reviews from a lot of folks… owners love them… NuttinFancy did like a 3 hour Holiday Special on the bloody things, yet I can’t sell the last two we have to save my life.   I have shown them and shown them to guys… and guys always buy the S&W MP15-22 instead.  Always.

Great looking rifle... slick lines, Classic SIG 556 looks...

Don’t get me wrong… the S&W is a great .22 rifle.   But the SIG has a handy little trick that the Smith can’t do.

If you do this with your Smith - it wont be covered under warranty.

No, I’m not supposed to advertise our sales price on these, because it’s below MAP… But we just want to blow these last two guns out.  We’ve not sold one in over 6 months.  I have two left.  If you want one, I’ll hook you up and throw in a couple goodies to go with it.

6 thoughts on “Underrated Tactical .22”

  1. I would enjoy one for the right price… what goodies are we talking about. Give me the skinny on it in a facebook message… or a text my number on facebook.

  2. George – Please email me with the details. Does your shop gives a mil discount. It doesn’t hurt to ask, right? I’m an AZ resident.

    I shot a friend’s about a month ago. They are a lot of fun.

    Thanks – Mike

  3. I was looking at one of these and also ended up getting the S&W. IIRC the deciding factor ended up being price, the SIG was like fifty bucks more. Seemed like a pretty cool gun though.

  4. Ogre, I absolutely adore my sig 522 and I agree…it is the most underrated tactical 22. 99% reliable with federal bulk ammo and mine has the Samson rail on it from brown ells. I have also installed a laser with pressure switch where the fake gas piston tube is and I use either a red dot or a 4x scope with it.

    Even killed 3 rabbits my first night with it! I highly recommend.

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