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Old 01-07-2012, 11:46 PM   #61
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I had the 9mm and didn't really like it. Canned it for the Xd 9 mm way better
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I have an m&p 9mm compact. I will say it is by far my favorite handgun I think I maybe an m&p fan for a long time!!!! I like the feel and the looks of the gun a lot better than glock. I mean to say glock is not a good gun they are I had one. Never a minutes problem with it just didn't like the feel of it. M&P however is a different story. The compact version is pretty easy to conceal for carry as well.
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Old 01-08-2012, 02:41 AM   #63
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Thanks guys. Never had my Glock do it and well my Browning is a different beast all together so can't compare the two. Glad to know I don't have to be separated from my Smith. Wouldn't know what to do with out it (tear)
Yep. I was at the range with a Glock and M&P and noticed the same thing. You just have to slap the mag in harder on the Glock for it to happen.
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Gotta love those glocks, Glocks are such great guns, once you go glock you cant be stopped..


ok i had to do it. I have owned 2 sigmas one in 9 mm and the other .40 cal. not bad guns. Triggers where a little rough. the front sights on the .40 cal fell off got that fixed. when i first bought the 9 mm the ejector rod was messed up but was able to get that fixed never had another problem from either pistol.
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That .357 Sigma looks awesome. My boss has the 9mm and I absolutely loved shooting it. Really wishing I had gotten it instead of my LC9, but perhaps I'll just add one to the collection later...

Great idea for the subforum, these are both iconic guns of the new age and well deserving of such representation.
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My first auto, several years ago was a sigma...still have it, but it doesn't get much time anymore as I have gone WAAAAY off the deep end buying guns since. I'll say, it's pretty bare bones and almost "cheap" looking in some folks eyes, but I absolutely love that little dude. Its accurate, has never failed to go "bang", and chews thru ANYTHING I've ever fed it. My M&P by contrast is a finicky little pistol.

And I personally think the Sigma has a "limousine" trigger pull.
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Ever since I signed on to this forum I wondered why they didnt have a sub forum for theses guns. I love my m&p 45 and I wouldnt mind picking up one in 9mm pro series. Havnt got to play with the sigma much maybe some day ill have to get one.
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Took the M&P out to the range today, it's fourth trip at about the 500 round mark. Just put 50 through it today and saw a big increase in accuracy today over the last trips. I'm guessing she's about broke in now. Got to say I love this gun more and more every time I take it out.
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I really like the M&P9C, it has been a very good shooter so far, with 800+ rounds down range. I had a slight slide and barrel issue that S&W took care of quickly by replacing both and putting in a new recoil spring. After this I started the round count over as if it were new.
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I had the 9mm and didn't really like it. Canned it for the Xd 9 mm way better
How so? In what way?
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