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Old 06-03-2013, 10:15 PM   #1
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I'm wondering what everyone thinks I need a new 9mm pistol. I'm between glock 19 and a m&p 9mm. I have a glock 23 so I already know that I like the glock was just thinking of trying somthing diffrent.

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I'm wondering what everyone thinks I need a new 9mm pistol. I'm between glock 19 and a m&p 9mm. I have a glock 23 so I already know that I like the glock was just thinking of trying somthing diffrent.
Love the M&P series. Bought my wife an M&P9 full sized, shot it, fell in love, bought myself a 9c, shot it, fell in love again, bought my mom-in-law a full sized for her birthday.

I personally don't like Glock. I respect it for being one of the firsts in good polymer pistols, but nowadays there's more options out there.
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Love the M&P series. Bought my wife an M&P9 full sized, shot it, fell in love, bought myself a 9c, shot it, fell in love again, bought my mom-in-law a full sized for her birthday.

I personally don't like Glock. I respect it for being one of the firsts in good polymer pistols, but nowadays there's more options out there.
Yea I like my glock because its simple and the trigger is nice. Kinda dislike the m&p trigger but I think I could fix it. I like the way the m&p feels though. I'm looking at the fullsize the 9c seems a tad to small for what I want. I can get the m&p for $479 and another glock for $499.
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Yea I like my glock because its simple and the trigger is nice. Kinda dislike the m&p trigger but I think I could fix it. I like the way the m&p feels though. I'm looking at the fullsize the 9c seems a tad to small for what I want. I can get the m&p for $479 and another glock for $499.
I've heard great things about the Apex trigger kits. I haven't experienced it yet. My only problem with the M&P trigger is the reset.

Don't judge it on dry-firing. It feels alot different when actually shooting. My wife's is used, was a rental. Mine is new, about 100ish rounds through it. Her trigger is much nicer than mine.
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M&P! Do it! Do it!

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I don't think you'll be disappointed.

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I have the Shield 40 and the 40c and they are both excellent! They do have some serious recoil, but very nice shooters!

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