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Old 05-14-2010, 02:34 PM   #1
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A little sad, I sold my XD 40 SC to my brother (brand new) but I replaced it with a M&P 9c. Let me say that the only reason I bought the XD 40 was cuz the price was so right but I am more partial to 9mm ( I like the 40 cal also). That being said, I wanted to replace it with an XD 9 SC but they had run out so I saw the M&P and it felt great in my hand. Bought it, went shooting with my brother and his new XD40 SC and they both shot awesome. Put about 150 rounds through both and they ate up the ammo. Needless to say we are both very impressed with these weapons.

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Old 05-14-2010, 03:03 PM   #2
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Glad to hear it. Them M&P's are great functioning handguns for poly weapons. I have no complaints in their performance either.




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I think you made a good choice with the MP.

But how about some pictures, and a true range report?

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From what I hear, the M&P series pistols are very good.
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welcome to the M&P club, if you are good with polly frame pistols it's hard to find a better one than the M&P IMHO. Some don't like the polly frame pistols but it's hard to not like this pistol. I have CC a 45 M&P for almost five years now, it is my best friend. I take it everywhere and I trust it with my life if needed. XD to an M&P is a fine upgrade IMO
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Been carrying M&P's since shortly after they became available.
I am wanting something new but can't find anything but another M&P that I like.

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