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1st Range trip with my M&P 40

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Old 04-08-2014, 04:34 PM   #11
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nice shooting!
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Old 04-09-2014, 06:00 PM   #12
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Great write up, thank you for sharing. My boss just picked up one of these and I really like the way this gun feels. I am looking forward to putting some rounds threw it myself.

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I have to second the Apex kit for your M&P 40. I put the kit in mine and it actually has a nice reset now! Also the trigger is smoother and lighter.
As far as your M&P 9 goes, the main problem with that gun is the extractor. If you use it for CC get it changed out for the upgrade.
From what I have read, a lot of PD's are having problems with the M&P 9 due to the fact that the factory does not install an extractor designed exclusively for the 9mm round.
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