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Old 08-08-2011, 03:43 PM   #21
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Love my M&P 40. Been carrying it for several years now.

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I own 4 M&Ps. Fantastic firearm. I was a Glock owner for 10 years. Sold them all and went the M&P route. I also own the Bodyguard. Smith has done a great job with these weapons. Very reliable. I've fired several hundred rounds using multiple ammo manufacturers and loads.... Not a failure yet. You are also seeing military and LEOs switch to the M&Ps.

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Love my M&P 40. Been carrying it for several years now.
Where's your wallet in that picture?

I have no problem at all with my M&P's. Both the 9mm and the .45 are very reliable shooters, handle well and they eat all brands of ammo. Even the wife can handle them very well.
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Where's your wallet in that picture?

I have no problem at all with my M&P's. Both the 9mm and the .45 are very reliable shooters, handle well and they eat all brands of ammo. Even the wife can handle them very well.
I also dont have any car keys
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I now own a M&P compact. It's a great little carry gun!

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Come on guys keep this at the top till we get our own sub forum!! I love my sigma 40ve!! It has only failed to fire twice out of over 1000 rounds of mostly cheepo bullets and both of those were my fault(limp wrist). If I wasnt as thin as a twig (not the cause of the limp wrist) it would be my EDC. My next purchace will either be a M&P 9 compact or a hi-power but probably the M&P

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New here and still waiting for my LTC to come in but I have put a few payments towards a M&P 9. I have shot it at the range and so far I love it.

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As stated earlier, was a Glock owner and the M&P is by far a superior weapon. I added the Crimson grip laser to my .45 full frame. Love it. The triggers are a little gritty but very fixable if that type of thing bothers you. The Bodyguard is another winner after they fixed the issue the earlier models were having. For the money you can't go wrong.

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I was reading a thread earlier where the author said he hated Smith and Wesson because of the Sigma. That's like stating you hate Ford because of the Pinto. Wake up!!! The M&Ps are stealing Glocks business from the military and law enforcement.

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I was reading a thread earlier where the author said he hated Smith and Wesson because of the Sigma. That's like stating you hate Ford because of the Pinto. Wake up!!! The M&Ps are stealing Glocks business from the military and law enforcement.
Wow that's just ignorance at best but to each their own. It would be one thing to never look into S&W because of the Sigma as that would be understandable but to straight up hate them is just rediculous
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