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Old 07-31-2011, 05:26 AM   #11
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My m&p .357 Sig:
Excellent. Great choice in Caliber. Needs a bayonet though.
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Excellent. Great choice in Caliber. Needs a bayonet though.
Nah I don't need one of those. My tac light has the scalloped edges serve as a good cutting/blunt force object.
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Old 07-31-2011, 11:26 PM   #13
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I've been looking around for my first gun and on information alone the M&P was the one for me, although I couldn't decide between .40 or .45

I went to the range to rent the .40 but they didn't have it so I got the .45 and it was love at first shot. I knew the M&P is the one for me, I've shot a few other guns before but none were as comfortable to hold or easy to see down the sights.

Now I just need to figure 40 or 45. I love the power of the 45, but the clip capacity of the 40 is something I desire.....

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I've been looking around for my first gun and on information alone the M&P was the one for me, although I couldn't decide between .40 or .45

I went to the range to rent the .40 but they didn't have it so I got the .45 and it was love at first shot. I knew the M&P is the one for me, I've shot a few other guns before but none were as comfortable to hold or easy to see down the sights.

Now I just need to figure 40 or 45. I love the power of the 45, but the clip capacity of the 40 is something I desire.....
Consider a .357sig. Then again .45 should do the trick. If you need more than 10 rounds of .45ACP, you have bigger issues.
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Consider a .357sig. Then again .45 should do the trick. If you need more than 10 rounds of .45ACP, you have bigger issues.
I'd rather have it and not need it, then need it and not have it
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Proud owner of a still not even broke in yet M&P40(only 200 rounds so far). I was kinda suprised we didnt have our little section when I first started lurking here.

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Proud owner of a still not even broke in yet M&P40(only 200 rounds so far). I was kinda suprised we didnt have our little section when I first started lurking here.
No Obligatory Picture for us. We love some gun pr0n.
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Bumping. I thought there would be more M&P owners.

Oh well, so be it.

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I've got a couple...a 9mm and a .45, both stock. I'd like to get some trigger work done on them both.

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Since they are the bastard step children and don't have their own little forum like the others, I will start a little one right here. M&P/Sigma owners we must unite.
Actually, the Sigma model has its own designated forum on countless internet firearm themed boards. It's typically titled "Classifieds"


Sorry, I'm overdue for a smartalec remark. Enjoy your S&Ws, folks.
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