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Old 06-09-2012, 02:03 AM   #1
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I dont have much to say since i dont have an M&P yet. Just excited to know they have their own forum now....cant wait to grab mine. I want either the compact .45 or.40


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Old 06-09-2012, 03:13 PM   #2
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they are very enjoyable to shoot, with much better ergodynamics that the glocks have. i think you'll be pleased when you get one.


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I love mine it's the compact. Very accurate and reliable !!!
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Love my M&P 40. Definitely experience the trigger though. My only complaint about the M&Ps.
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Love my M&P 40. Definitely experience the trigger though. My only complaint about the M&Ps.
won't lie. it did take some getting used to. i had glacks, and really didn't like them. there is a drop in trigger for the m&p if it bugs you that much...rather inexpensive.

i'm still on the stock one, so i can't give you a review
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won't lie. it did take some getting used to. i had glacks, and really didn't like them. there is a drop in trigger for the m&p if it bugs you that much...rather inexpensive.

i'm still on the stock one, so i can't give you a review
I think the trigger is a bit gritty and the pull is alright. Who makes these triggers?
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I think the trigger is a bit gritty and the pull is alright. Who makes these triggers?
apex. sets trigger at 5.5 pounds, cuts out overtravel. pretty sure brownells has them.
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Kimbers, Glocks, now M&Ps. I don't see myself ever moving away from M&Ps.

The APEX kit has quite the following. You can go from 5.5 to 3 pounds.
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Awesome the M&Ps have their own forum now. I have enjoyed my M&P40 fs since the day I bought it. Southpaw friendly and better natural point than the XDm or Glock. Only adjustment needed from the factory is the gritty trigger. Although it does smooth up after about 400-500 shots, I am still considering getting the Apex kit for mine.
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I bought the shield 40, it's great for lefties !
Easy to conceal, IF you find a holster for it! Took a while for me!


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