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Old 05-31-2012, 06:42 PM   #1
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Our dept. recently switched from glocks to the mp .40. During qualifications I noticed ZERO issues with weapon and shooter performance. We had 30 guys go through without a hitch. I still love my glock but man is the mp line a smooth shooting gun. Going to be nice to see if they stand the test of time.



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Old 05-31-2012, 07:34 PM   #2
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They are nicer than the glocks. I just dont like the lack of an external safety. Trigger safety is not a safety in my opinion.



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They are nicer than the glocks. I just dont like the lack of an external safety. Trigger safety is not a safety in my opinion.
Jon, they do have an ambi thumb safety option. I have one on my 9C.
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Hay if you like your m&p go to firearms talk.com forms I am trying to get our own form on here just look for me help a fellow m&p lover

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My M&P9 Pro Series has been completely flawless since I got it, probably 2.5k rounds or so through it by now.

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they do have a safety option but the only fail safe safety rest between the ears. also I love my m&p .45 I shoot it much better than my Glock 17 nothing against Glock so put the pitch forks away just feels better

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Jon, they do have an ambi thumb safety option. I have one on my 9C.
Note in some models my guns has none
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Note in some models my guns has none
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