I've heard people use the term "more sight radius" ... what the heck does that mean? I would think it would give you a LONGER sight line ... are we talking about the same thing?I like it. The SR22 is a great little range gun and practice gun for new shooters. A bit of extra sight radius would be fine for that.
And the SR22 is a great little trail pistol and this extra inch only adds 1.2 ounces, so not really a detriment there either.
My SR22 is very accurate. Its one of the more popular guns when I take friends out to shoot because it runs great on any ammo and makes the shooter look good. I have pretty much lost my SR22 to my wife, but I wouldn't get one of the new ones. I just don't care for the way they look.Thats interesting...My SR22P was never very accurate, in fact, it was badly inaccurate. The TTT threaded barrel fixed that issue. I would hope the new model is very accurate. That's what turned me off of the SR22P, that is just didn't deliver with accuracy.
Yes same thing and I'm not sure about the origin of the term amongst the shooting community.I've heard people use the term "more sight radius" ... what the heck does that mean? I would think it would give you a LONGER sight line ... are we talking about the same thing?
I think it should be really interresting, and I may buy one if I can find only the slide and barrel for my 3.5".I was thinking about this last night, if the frame is the same as the 3.5" SR22, would the "new barrel and slide" fit my currently owned SR22 with the 3.5" barrel?
Might be something to investigate ... yes no? Or would the cost of the barrel and slide be just about what the cost of the gun would be ...
I actually ordered one of these from my LGS today. Hopefully will have it by the end of the week!Has anyone seen one of these yet? If not, any word on when they will hit stores? I was about to pull the trigger on a std SR22 but then saw that these are coming out and am VERY interested!