Smith & Wesson is set to unveil their new M&P .22 at the NRA Convention tomorrow. While macho men may sneer at the lower caliber variant, hard times have lead many a large caliber only firearms enthusiasts [back] to rimfire rounds. And, lest we forget, there are plenty of lesser-framed and elderly shooters for whom .22 cal. is the best sometimes the only choice. What’s odd here: the big ass 1911-style ambidextrous safety. What’s that all about? [Note to Ben: ask.] Why not just equip the gun with a Massachusetts-compliant M&P’s thirty-eight pound trigger pull?