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Old 01-04-2014, 08:40 AM   #1
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What do you guys think of the new bodyguard?
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Old 01-04-2014, 01:44 PM   #2
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I pocket carry one everyday. I like it very much, I did have to send it back to S&W. The battery door screw backed out and jammed the slide. If I knew about the screw issue in advance I would have checked when I cleaned it. I shot over a 1000 rounds thru it and it is very accurate.
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I had one and liked it. I sold it only because I enjoyed shooting other guns at the range better, and I just wasn't using it much. But it was a good, accurate and reliable gun.
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I'm just now hearing about this .380 ill have to look into it sounds interesting

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I absolutely hated the damn thing. Absolute worst trigger I have even had the displeasure of pulling. Aside from that and the inadequate caliber (IMO ) it is a great gun. I waited for months for the trigger kit to come out and they sold out before I could get one. I sold it and got a shield 40. It's a little bit bigger but the caliber and trigger more than make up for it. I will still be doing an apex kit and sight swap on it though.

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I know I plan on getting am m&p 40 and get the trigger kit for it ...but right now I'm trying to get my ffl so It has to wait

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Carried the bg since fist came out. Only issue is trigger pull and laser. First it was to hard to get laser on so s&w sent me new buttons. Now it's to sensitive comes on when I have it in my pocket. Batteries stay dead.
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I was never a laser fan cause unless the light is low enough u can't hardly see it and two if someone breaks in ur house it could give u away quick just my opinion

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It is my #2 carry gun. I carry it if I'm wearing pants with small pockets or print too much with my Kahr. Good gun. I've never had a problem with it.
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Guys. I believe the OP is asking about the about the new Bodyguard in the M&P line. Its a little different than the old Bodyguard.

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