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Old 07-15-2012, 10:29 AM   #1
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Anyone have an M&P40C?

How do you like it? I'm wanting to buy another carry gun and this one's caught my eye...
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Old 07-15-2012, 01:12 PM   #2
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...i've got two M&Ps, ...though in 9mm, ...one fullsize, one compact, ...the compact is my carry piece, ...the fullsize is a pleasure to shoot, ...i like 'em!
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Old 07-16-2012, 07:27 PM   #3
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I have the 40c. It's a great gun for EDC. With a good belt and a great holster you can almost forget its there. I carry mine in a crossbreed supertuck, not a cheap holster but its def worth the money. As far as how the gun shoots, I have no problems with it. It serves its purpose well.
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I'm happy with mine. Light, comfortable and you can buy the 9mm barrel and mags to make pratice a bit more fun .
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I have the M&P9c but I love it. No complaints. Iv been thinking about getting the 45c for carry
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The M&P is a fine pistol. I think it is equal to a Glock in every respect. Smith and Wesson has an outstanding service policy as well. You Re better off with 9mm over .40S&W. Look at the data and you will be surprised. The 9 is functionally equivalent as a defense round, is cheaper to shoot, has less recoil, and is usually more readily available.

Either way you can't go wrong.

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I'm happy with mine. Light, comfortable and you can buy the 9mm barrel and mags to make pratice a bit more fun .

yep and you can buy a 357sig barrel...then you can shoot 3 calibers from the same gun
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