WrenTech Industries announced they are now selling their Advantage Tactical Sight (ATS) for the Smith & Wesson M&P 22. Although the M&P 22 looks a lot like the centerfire M&P pistols, there are a number of substantial differences. Standard M&P-fit sights are not a good choice for the M&P 22 pistols.
The company website cautions users that the finish on the aluminum slide on the M&P 22 is relatively cheap and is easily damaged during sight installation. They state “After installation and final zeroing, some areas of the slide around the front sight may need a cosmetic touch up.” Additionally, the site states that the front sight is a press fit and “…may need to be professionally installed.”