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    Default M&P .40

    New to me Smith and Wesson M&P .40. I shoot Winchester Law Enforcement ammo and also have my PA LTCF and use it.




    What are others thoughts and feelings on this gun? I have the full size.

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    I have the same one and also the M&P40c I love them both. I carry the 40c everyday, I don't carry the full size just cause I have no holster for it yet but no matter the M&P is an excellent choice for whatever you use it for. Congratulations!

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    I've shot a few, liked them enough to buy one for myself last weekend. I'm going to give mine a good break-in(g) this weekend.

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    I havent had mine very long, but im happy with it. Havent shot it alot but seems well balanced and very accurate.

    Im looking at the M&P 9mm now.

    Only other pistol i have right now is a Walter P22. best little thing ive ever owned...

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    Default Re: M&P .40

    I have had this gun for several years and it has yet to give me one issue. It's miles above the Sigma series.

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    I ran 300 rounds through mine this morning. No major problems, only a few failures to lock back when empty. I haven't looked too far into what is causing that problem yet. Overall, I'm pretty pleased with the gun, just needs a bit of work to become what I expect it to be. Sights, trigger work(just took care of that this evening), and some stippling.

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    For good information on your recent purchase, I would suggest you
    visit www.mp-pistols.com. Check out your specific model for the
    "quirks" encountered by other owners and how problems were solved.
    FUNDAMENTALS

    "All that is needed for Evil to Prevail is for Good Men to
    do Nothing"

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    Quote Originally Posted by FUNDAMENTALS View Post
    For good information on your recent purchase, I would suggest you
    visit www.mp-pistols.com. Check out your specific model for the
    "quirks" encountered by other owners and how problems were solved.
    Hey thanks!!!!

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    Default Re: M&P .40

    Congrats on your new handgun, I've always had a soft spot S&W. Now you have to pick up a S&W revolver, nothing like it (no offense to Ruger fans).
    These are the times that try men's souls: The summer soldier and the sunshine patriot will, in this crisis, shrink from the service of their country; but he that stands it now, deserves the love and thanks of man and woman. Tyranny, like hell, is not easily conquered; yet we have this consolation with us, that the harder the conflict, the more glorious the triumph. What we obtain too cheap, we esteem too lightly: it is dearness only that gives every thing its value. Thomas Paine 1776

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    Default Re: M&P .40

    Quote Originally Posted by noslolo View Post
    Congrats on your new handgun, I've always had a soft spot S&W. Now you have to pick up a S&W revolver, nothing like it (no offense to Ruger fans).
    I would love to own the M&P 9 and then the M&P 15-22. They are probley my next two!!!!

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