One solution to the high cost of ammo is to shoot rimfire. (Admittedly, 22 LR is also hard to get, and when you can find it, more expensive than it used to be.) But, training with a rimfire pistol that doesn’t feel like your everyday carry gun, isn’t really ideal. Oh, you can do good work, but there is still a crossover problem, getting your learned skills over to, or back to the carry gun. (In an earlier era, I’d have used the phrase “transitioning to….” But that word has since been ruined for all time.) Ideally, you’d use a rimfire version of your carry gun. But, there isn’t always such a beast. Well, for those of you who carry the extremely popular SIG P365, there now is one. Enter: the SIG P322.
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