SIG Sauer Introduces P322-COMP Rimfire Pistol


SIG Sauer’s new P322-COMP rimfire pistol from SIG SAUER is designed with features that make it competition ready right out of the box. The SIG SAUER P322-COMP is now shipping and available at retailers. It’s available for about $650.

Tom Taylor, chief marketing officer and executive vice president, commercial sales, said, “The P322-COMP ships with a factory installed ROMEOZero ELITE Red Dot optic for fast target acquisition, is designed with a slide mounted racker and sport takedown lever as value-added fun features, and a barrel-mounted compensator to reduce muzzle rise.”

The 22 LR pistol has 25-round and 20-round magazines, presents a threaded barrel equipped with a two-port compensator, and comes with a factory-installed ROMOEZero Elite Red Dot Optic.

The polymer grip module features an extended magazine catch, adjustable trigger shoe, sport takedown lever, 1913 rail, and integrated magwell.

The SAO hammer-fired action on the P322-COMP is enclosed in a two-tone competition alloy slide with a high visibility fiber-optic front sight, front, rear, and top cocking serrations an ambidextrous slide mounted racker. The pistol ships with one 20-round magazine and one 25-round magazine.

SIG Sauer P322-COMP Specs:

Caliber: 22 LR
Capacity: 20+1, 25+1
Overall length: 8 in.
Overall height: 6.1 in.
Overall width: 2.2 in.
Barrel length: 4 in.
Sight Radius: 6 in.
Weight (w/magazine): 19.8 oz.


  1. The questions with any double-stack 22 semi-auto are, first, how reliable is it? Second, how difficult is it to load the magazine so it does not jam?

  2. I have a Sig P322, not the latest COMP model, but mine does have the factory installed red-dot sight and the 20-round mags. I have found the pistol to be very reliable and the mags are easy to load with the included mag loader. I have had the gun for a year and I’ve never had a magazine jam problem or a problem with cartridges feeding from the mag into the chamber. The pistol is also very accurate and I can routinely shoot 95-3X or better, timed fire, at 50 ft. on an NRA B-3 target


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