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Old 02-02-2011, 03:47 AM   #21
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Wait, when did I miss you getting an M&P?? Finally made the graduation from the Sigma, eh?

I still have the Sigma, it isn't going anywhere. Here you go M&P45 from the lovely Mrs.
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M&P 40c is my carry gun. It's been great, no issues whatsoever. My sister has an M&P 9c and it seems to be ammo picky, it will have feed problems if you shoot weaker ammo. However, it's still pretty new, well under 500 rounds through it, so that may clear up with some more break in time.

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I have an M&P40 fs and love it. The factory triggers are a little rough, but smooth out a bunch after a couple hundred rounds fired. Many people swap it out for the Apex or a Burwell trigger job, but I don't feel it to be totally necessary. Personal preference I guess.

The M&P40 has been by far the most accurate semi-auto I have owned and has been very dependable. So far, it has fed everything I have thrown at it without complaint.

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M&P 40c is my carry gun. It's been great, no issues whatsoever. My sister has an M&P 9c and it seems to be ammo picky, it will have feed problems if you shoot weaker ammo. However, it's still pretty new, well under 500 rounds through it, so that may clear up with some more break in time.
I have a 9c. Never a problem with any ammo that I have fed her. You may want to tell your sis to call S&W and have it checked out.
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The M&P is far superior to the Sigma. I'm sure you will learn that. More accurate and a much better trigger. I have a 9 and 40.

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Just now seeing this thread. I've had the MP 45 for about a year now and still love it. Even with the long trigger I can hold at the break point and shoot it as accurate as any of my 1911s. I chose the external safety and like having it. Being in the same configuration as the 1911 safety it keeps it consistent with my other pistols.

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Hey Moe I'm picking my M&P this Friday, cant wait. I looked at several but nothing felt as good as the M&P.

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M&P 40c here. I like it.

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i have an m&p 40 full size and i love it!! very accurate!!

But what is this mag disconnect you guys are talking about???

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i have an m&p 40 full size and i love it!! very accurate!!

But what is this mag disconnect you guys are talking about???
When S&W 1st started making the M&P the mag disconnect was billed as a safety feature, basically what it does is if the mag is not in the gun or fully inserted the gun will not fire (ie. if you have a round chambered you can not fire it). A lot of people did not like it so it is now an option along with external thumb safeties.
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