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Old 06-12-2016, 03:25 AM   #1
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I have a S&W M&P full size and a compact. If I wanted something smaller than the compact, what would you suggest?


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Old 06-12-2016, 12:09 PM   #2
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I added the Shield. Already had the full size and 9c. I picked up the Shield for warm weather carry, found the 9c was a little bulky in shorts & T-shirt season. Much as I like the 9c, (it'll always be my favorite M&P), turns out I carry the Shield pretty much year round. Small enough to easily conceal, big enough to do the job should the worse happen.


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Thanks, I will check it out. Do they make it in a 22?
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I added the Shield. Already had the full size and 9c. I picked up the Shield for warm weather carry, found the 9c was a little bulky in shorts & T-shirt season. Much as I like the 9c, (it'll always be my favorite M&P), turns out I carry the Shield pretty much year round. Small enough to easily conceal, big enough to do the job should the worse happen.
What he said. I have been carrying a Shield for about a year now. 40+ year in LE and I consider the best off duty or CC gun I have ever owned. It is surprising how comfortable to shot it is and how accurate it is. I would stick with the 9 though. I have shot both the 40 and 9 and there is just enough difference in handling to stick with the 9.
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