The Walther P22 FDE is a stylish, yet affordable .22 LR semi-auto pistol, which is compliant under California law.
The cross-directional grip surface provides a secure grip, while the accessory rail allows adding a light or laser.
With two backstraps, along with an ambidextrous safety and magazine release, the P22 FDE fits all shooters.
California shooters have a new choice in rimfire pistols with the introduction of the Walther P22 FDE.
The Walther P22 FDE is a DA/SA semi-auto pistol with excellent features in an affordable handgun. In addition to an ergonomic grip, the P22 comes with two backstraps and an ambidextrous magazine release. This allows both right- and left-hand shooters comfortable handling when firing.
The P22 FDE also comes with slide serrations and three-dot sights, which allow getting on target quickly. The sights are low-profile to limit snagging, and the rear sights are adjustable for windage.
The gun also features an accessory rail for adding lights or lasers, and a chamber indicator for fast status inspection. The manual safety blocks the firing pin, while the double-action trigger goes to single-action after the first shot. The non-slip grip surface provides good purchase, regardless of hand size.
The Walther styling on the P22 FDE is sleek and comfortable, with a tactical look. At the same time, the .22 LR chambering allows affordable plinking and training in a pistol that feels like a self-defense handgun.
Walther providers personal protection and recreational firearms of various calibers, ranging from .22 to .45. With a vast devotion for continued innovation and customer focus in a fast-growing industry, Walther Arms engineers products that are Built for Life.
For more information, visit WaltherArms.com.
Walther P22 FDE Specs:
Action: DA/SA Semi-auto
Caliber: .22 LR
Barrel length: 3.42″
Overall length: 6.3″
Trigger: 11 lbs. DA/4 lbs. SA
Weight: 17 oz.
Safety: Manual with 1 auto
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