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    Default NEW S&W Shield PLUS

    I want one already - and I don't really have a lot of interest in handguns.

    https://www.smith-wesson.com/shieldplus


    Works with existing Shield holsters

    13+1




    "Flat" Face Trigger

    LOVE - It's what makes AR15s SO DARNED SNUGGLY! :)

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    Default Re: NEW S&W Shield PLUS

    LOVE - It's what makes AR15s SO DARNED SNUGGLY! :)

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    Default Re: NEW S&W Shield PLUS

    LOVE - It's what makes AR15s SO DARNED SNUGGLY! :)

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    Default Re: NEW S&W Shield PLUS

    Yeah, these look nice. If I didn't already have a Glock 48 and 43x that hold 15+1 I'd be ordering one of these for sure.

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    Default Re: NEW S&W Shield PLUS

    The new trigger alone is the biggest selling point for me. I*m not crazy about aftermarket triggers or most parts.
    "The Constitution is the guide which I will not abandon. - George Washington

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    Default Re: NEW S&W Shield PLUS

    I actually sold me Shield a few months ago. Put it towards my AR build.

    I found I was never really carrying it as I preferred to carry my XD for the much greater capacity and found it really wasn't harder to carry.

    However with warmer weather not TOO far off, I have been thinking about something smaller, but with more capacity. Was thinking a Glock 43 ( qualify for Blue Label pricing) but might check this out now.

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    Default Re: NEW S&W Shield PLUS

    I like it especially that I can continue to use my existing Shield holster. MSRP of $450 is a bit high, but I definitely pay $400 for it.
    F*#K THE ATF

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    Default Re: NEW S&W Shield PLUS

    Quote Originally Posted by KJP442 View Post
    I like it especially that I can continue to use my existing Shield holster. MSRP of $450 is a bit high, but I definitely pay $400 for it.
    Remember the first ones being sold for $700? I*ll wait for the ez version.
    The Gun is the Badge of a Free Man

  9. #9
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    Default Re: NEW S&W Shield PLUS

    For under $400 Taurus just came out with the G3 T.O.R.O. which is also optics ready. The G3 seems to be a good reliable platform. I'm just not big on manual safeties myself.


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    Default Re: NEW S&W Shield PLUS

    Quote Originally Posted by rckeystone View Post
    For under $400 Taurus just came out with the G3 T.O.R.O. which is also optics ready. The G3 seems to be a good reliable platform. I'm just not big on manual safeties myself.

    Happy you said this ,I will be up for both the Taurus model TOROs !

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