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Old 03-23-2011, 10:40 PM   #11
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must be a good gun since the Belgian government just purchased 8000 M&P 9
guns ,you might think they would go for their own F.N, think again
F.N is furious

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Old 03-31-2011, 11:57 AM   #12
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Finally shot this one yesterday (Shihan did as well) and I'm pleased with it so far. The trigger on this one is leaps & bounds better that the 2 I previously owned which both had the mag safety. Not sure if there's a connection between the mag safety and "crunchy" triggers but this gun is far superior to the others I had. I've owned a number of XDs and I think I like the way this one feels in the hand a bit better. The XD has always felt a tad top heavy to me so maybe the bore axis on the M&P is a bit lower or some such. The trigger is still a tad stiffer and more "vague" than I'd like but I've also seen how easy it is to do a home trigger job on these - so that may be my next experiment...

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Old 03-31-2011, 12:35 PM   #13
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Awesome! Sounds like another satisfied M&P owner .

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Finally shot this one yesterday (Shihan did as well) and I'm pleased with it so far. The trigger on this one is leaps & bounds better that the 2 I previously owned which both had the mag safety. Not sure if there's a connection between the mag safety and "crunchy" triggers but this gun is far superior to the others I had. I've owned a number of XDs and I think I like the way this one feels in the hand a bit better. The XD has always felt a tad top heavy to me so maybe the bore axis on the M&P is a bit lower or some such. The trigger is still a tad stiffer and more "vague" than I'd like but I've also seen how easy it is to do a home trigger job on these - so that may be my next experiment...
Good to hear you like the pistol. The trigger does smooth out with use but I do suggest a trigger job (my son would tell you I'm wrong). I paid to have mine done and was truly impressed with how it turned out.
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Love the M&P.

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