New Sig 522

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    The Look and Feel of the Classic SIG556 in Affordable .22 Rifle SIG SAUER, Inc., the leading manufacturer of commercial, law enforcement, and military firearms fuels the demand for the legendary SIG556 performance but in an affordable .22 LR caliber with the new SIG522 semi-automatic rifle. Featuring SIG556 parts including a Swiss type folding stock and polymer forend on a durable metal receiver with integral Picatinny rail, and a Mini Red Dot sight. The SIG522 provides the avid sport shooter plenty of action on a classic military style platform that give the look, feel and dependability of our full size SIG556."


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    The forend halves on the 522 are sweet.
    I wonder if they will fit my 556.

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    How much does one of these retail for, if I may ask?
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    May have to get one of these. Sig 522LR Specifications say MSRP of $515.00.

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    This is calling my name..I am in love with the 556 and can't afford one or the ammo :(

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    The way stuffs going we may only be able to afford to shoot 22's,I got my buddy a full auto 22 conversion for his m16 from ciener
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    I agree! I know the 10/22's are "classic" guns, but IMO if I am buying a .22, I want it to at least look bad ass. Which this accomplishes!

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    I liked the looks of that thing so much I called my FFL and told him to get me one when they come out,It will look good next to my GSG 5.Besides the way ammo prices are going we will all be shooting 22 and not a lot at one time either @#$%^$%^& anti gun %$#@#$%^&*
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    That is real nice looking, may have to think about it.

    Janq - I put 551 foregrips on my 556, and it looks similar to the picture above, not to mention it saves about 8 oz. over the factory supplied one.
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    Tickle,

    Where did you score 551 foregrips?

    I've got two sets (upper and lower halves) of standard 556 but would like to secure a set of lighter weight units.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Janq View Post

    Where did you score 551 foregrips?
    https://www.topgunsupply.com/home.php

    Look under parts, they go for about $90. And Top Gun is one place I can recommend with out any hesitation. If you order and it's in stock, you'll have your stuff in 2-3 days. Right now the foregrips are in stock.
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    Sweet Tickle..Thank you for the tip!

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    Am I correct in assuming there is no way this should be used for anything other than plinking or rabbit hunting? I mean, since it is a .22 it is not suitable for any home defensive purposes, correct?

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    I just bought a GSG-5 which is the H&K clone. But I think the 522 is much better looking. The Sig web site says "fall of 2009" so don't start looking anytime soon. I think the popularity of the GSG-5 is what got Sig going on a Evil Black .22. (EB2?)

    Quote Originally Posted by McPatrickClan View Post
    I mean, since it is a .22 it is not suitable for any home defensive purposes, correct?
    Well...........I wouldn't want to be shot with one, but I wouldn't count on incapacitating a robber with it either.

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    I sure wish it would hurry up and come out! The Beretta CX4's are tempting me

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