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    Default Smith M&P 9c dims?

    Does anyone knows what is the width oif the M&P 9c is? Strangely it is not listed anywhere including Smith & Wesson website.,

    Thanksa for any info

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    Default Re: Smith M&P 9c dims?

    width is same as full size 9mm.

    1.2"
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    Default Re: Smith M&P 9c dims?

    It depends a bit on which of the three [included] grips you choose. With my long-ish bony fingers I use the large grip, which makes the grip 1.35" wide.

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    Default Re: Smith M&P 9c dims?

    Quote Originally Posted by donm View Post
    It depends a bit on which of the three [included] grips you choose. With my long-ish bony fingers I use the large grip, which makes the grip 1.35" wide.
    Oops i didnt think of that. 1.2" is with small grip insert on both of my 9mm full size and compact
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    Default Re: Smith M&P 9c dims?

    so its just a tad wider than my Glock 26 at 1.18? Thanks a lot guys.

    Nyman

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    Default Re: Smith M&P 9c dims?

    Also ambi safety model is wider.

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    Default Re: Smith M&P 9c dims?

    When I bought mine I didn't care about the specifics. All I knew was that the size of the gun was just right. Not as big as my full size Sig and also not too small where I couldn't get a good and comfortable grip on it. It fits my hand perfectly. As a CC gun it's a great size an the weight is also right. I don't like light guns because of the more percieved recoil but I don't also like the lead weight feel of say a desert eagle. The m&pc wasthe best purchase I've eve made for a gun.
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    Default Re: Smith M&P 9c dims?

    Quote Originally Posted by IraIII View Post
    Also ambi safety model is wider.
    You probably won't find too many with either the external or magazine safety here in the Keystone state. In NY, MD, MA, CA, ... you have the government watching out for you.

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    Default Re: Smith M&P 9c dims?

    I were thinking of getting something new for Summer wear, it definately points better than my G26 with a more comfortable grip angle.

    Today i caRRIED MY G26 ALL DAY IN A dESANTIS leather holster (owb) and it actually felt very comfortable all day, maybe i'll stick with the G26 being that its so close in size to the M&P 9c.

    Nyman

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