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Discussion in 'M&P Forum' started by jjones45, Oct 27, 2013.
I wonder if a m&p shield 45 is in the works for the new year.
Or a 10mm M&P
It'd b just as hard to get as a .357sig m&p lol. I'd b n the market for one though
Get the m&p 40 and just get the 357 sig barrel. I think they just drop in. Don't take my word on that though I could be wrong
M&p10 would be sweet. Not gonna hold my breath though as manufactures don't think these caliber handguns sell well enough to justify putting them in production. My semi auto handgun collection will not be complete without a 10mm. Ammo cost some serious $$$$ if you don't reload for 10mm, especially if your buying the full power stuff
I've never even shot a 10mm and don't particularly have a need for one.
However, I suggested it because I believe there would be a market for it.
Or a Shield .380 ACP? Make it even smaller than the Shield 9mm. .380 is once again a caliber I personally don't have a use for, but I can see there being a potential market.
That's what I carry and I am considering calling storm lake for a threaded 40 and 357sig barrel in theory, couldn't you just swap barrels and recoil spring to run 10mm? Would they fit in a .40 magazine like the 357?
10mm is quite a bit longer than 40 S&W. I imagine it would require an entirely new design.
I'm hoping for a Ruger SR45c in 2014!
That would be nice also except my sr45 might get neglected. If one comes out I would think about trading mine for it.
I don't see it happening. I've heard alot of people say they think the 40 is too snappy.
Don't see 45 being popular.
I don't think I'd be interested in a 10mm. I don't think it would be fun to shoot. I'd have to try before I buy.
40 is more snappy than 45 IMHO. But to each his own
Is there some significance to a 10 mm that doesn't exist in a .40 cal?
10 mm = .3937
Why a .40 also?
Close to twice the significance. Like comparing 9mm to 380.