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Old 03-05-2013, 07:53 PM   #41
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S&W M&P Shield 9MM get my vote!
Amen, it is probably the 'best of the best'!
But just try and find one that don't cost an arm and two legs!!!
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Amen, it is probably the 'best of the best'!
I just did not care for the trigger.
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It is an acquired taste!
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Amen, it is probably the 'best of the best'!
But just try and find one that don't cost an arm and two legs!!!
Just picked one up at my LGS for $399 today. Can't wait to try it out. Shot it a few times. Prob the most comfortable I've ever been with a gun.
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I just did not care for the trigger.
The trigger is better than all of my M&P's...
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john300k When talking about m&p triggers that not say'n much hehe. Good awfull triggers in them pistols. There the sole reason apex is so successful, And yes our m&p9c is sooo nice after apex.
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So I ended up not getting a single stack, got the smith and wesson m&p compact, the wife preferred the grip and out of the 5 or so she held said it was most comfortable, and the additional rounds are a plus, and it seems like it would be comfortable to carry, for me.

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Non thumb safety version..

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S&W M&P Shield 9MM get my vote!
I took a five year refresher on my CCW on Friday and the instructor had a S&W Shield in 9mm. Darn nice gun!
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So I ended up not getting a single stack, got the smith and wesson m&p compact, the wife preferred the grip and out of the 5 or so she held said it was most comfortable, and the additional rounds are a plus, and it seems like it would be comfortable to carry, for me.

http://www.smith-wesson.com/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/Product4_750001_750051_766226_-1_757954_757781_757781_ProductDisplayErrorView_Y

Non thumb safety version..
Nice choice. Range report needed now

My CZ RAMI order finally processed. Waiting for it to ship and the 72 hr waiting period. Itchy trigger finger now.
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Going to shoot on Sunday will try and let you guys know how it goes!
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