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Old 03-14-2011, 10:11 PM   #11
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If you just must have a polymer frame pistol, look at CZ's offerings. I think you'll be surprised and very pleased.
I'm pleased with everything but the price!!
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I will let you shoot my M&P45 and then you can decide. Better yet, you can shoot "The World's Greatest Sigma" then it will be over.

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I've owned and shot Sigma's before. I'm tempted as Bud's has some great LE prices right now on the M&Ps...
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I've owned and shot Sigma's before. I'm tempted as Bud's has some great LE prices right now on the M&Ps...
Which caliber are you looking at? I see them for 478 shipped, that's a good deal.
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Which caliber are you looking at? I see them for 478 shipped, that's a good deal.
The LE pricing is even better as the 9mm is $399 and the .45 is $442...
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I like it!!
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The LE pricing is even better as the 9mm is $399 and the .45 is $442...
I no longer qualify......

OH well!! Snag em up Dave!!
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Most people seem pretty pleased with them. For the number that are out there, I really don't see too many pop up on the local trading forum...so I assume M&P owners must be reasonably content.

If I add a hi-cap 9mm poly gun, it'll probably be one of these:

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CZ SP01 Phantom. 18+1 capacity, CZ 75 ergos, and available for just a shade over $500. Didn't look to see if there's any LE/Homeland Security discounts.
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I truly appreciate the M&P 45, it's been my carry pistol for more than six years (I'm on my second one, my son has my first one). Besides how it fits my hand the single thing that has kept me with the pistol is second shot on target (follow up shot). For me the pistol comes back to point quickly and consistantly.
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