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Specifications:
- Model: M&P®22 Compact
- SKU: 108390
- Frame Size: Compact
- Caliber: .22 LR
- Action: Single Action (Internal Hammer)
- Capacity: 10+1 Rounds
- Barrel Length: 3.56” (9.04 cm)
- Front Sight: White Dot
- Rear Sight: White 2-Dot - Screw Adjustable
- for Windage & Elevation
- Overall Length: 6.65” (16.9 cm)
- Overall Height: 5.03” (12.8 cm)
- Overall Width: 1.48” (3.8 cm)
- Grip: Polymer
- Weight: 15.3 oz. (433.8 g)
- Empty Mag Weight: 1.7 oz (48.2 g)
- Barrel Material: Carbon Steel
- Slide Material: Aluminum Alloy
- Frame Material: Polymer
- Finish: Black, Hard Coat Anodize
- UPC Code: 022188083903
- Reduced Scale Version of the Full-Size M&P Pistol
Features:
- Threaded Barrel - 3/8”x24
- Takes 3/8”x24 to 1/2”x28 adapter
- 2 Magazines Included
- Ambidextrous Manual Safety
- Reversible Magazine Release
- Picatinny-Style Accessory Rail
- Magazine Safety - Will Not Fire Without Magazine Inserted
- Internal Lock
- Captured Recoil Guide Rod & Spring for Easier Assembly/Disassembly
- Made in USA
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Today it's $315 (cash)

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I have the full sized 12rd version and I love it. It feels nice and shoots great. But my wife has the SR22 and it as well is a great gun. I think the fit and finish goes to the SR22, very well made solid gun and fun to shoot. But I have large hands and looks like a toy in my hand where as the M&P is a full size and holds 2 more rounds. Both guns shoot everything but both guns had some FTE's and light loads from Winchester 333 box. I recommend both but choose the one that best fits your hand, you can't go wrong with either. The M&P compact is very very close to the same size as the SR22 FYI.

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I handled one at the gun show last weekend: really nice feel, weight, looks. $299 is a good price right now.

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Got this a few months ago. Great little shooter. It's become the sidearm I grab most often when hunting. More reliable than any of the other semi-auto .22 handguns I have played with. Very accurate as well.

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How about this versus ruger SR-22? which would you go with?

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I've shot the SR22 and it's a fine gun. But from what I've read about this M&P which is actually made by S&W (as opposed to the full size which is made by Umarex on contract to Walther) is not the same gun as the full size. Very nice build quality and very reliable for a 22 semi auto. I have yet to have any failures after 700-800 rounds of CCI. I do get failures with some of the cheaper ammo, but still not that bad. Easy take down as well.
But you wouldn't go wrong with either the SR22 or the M&P. Both are fine guns but this one has the slight advantage of having a threaded barrel. Couple that with the fact that all my friends already have SR22's and it was a no brainer for me.

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Dirtman, are you saying S&W contracted the full-size M&P22 out to Walther who in turn contracted it out to Umarex? If you are can you provide a link indicating Umarex's involvement? Thank you.

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Smith and Wesson's website shows both models. The full size in the description says manufactured by Walther.

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Yes, I know. But where is the connection to Umarex?

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I'd go with the full-size, 12-round M&P.

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