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Smith & Wesson M&P9 Spec-Ops 9mm w/ Three Mags
by Ned W Date Added: Friday 05 December, 2008
I just purchased this M&P 9mm Spec-Ops and haven't shot it yet. I've done a lot of research, reading, and web searching on various semi-auto guns.I've talked with several gun store dealers and their opinions. I think the S&W, being American made, from ground up is my choice in my novice opinion. If you are contemplating differences in various guns ie... the XD, XDM, Glocks, AR's etc...
Put the M&P in your hands and feel the difference. Pull the slide back and pull the trigger. Feel the difference in your hand. Note the ease of slide pull. Differences are notable. Groups are up to the shooter and his abilities. We're all different! Types of ammo make a difference too, but thats up to your gun and testing. I do like the option of putting a moderator on the gun to shoot quietly. Feb issue of Combat Arms has a good article on the M&P.45 and that helped push me over the edge. The Special Ops with it's 4 3/4 inch barrel is all one barrel. Screw on your moderator of choice and have some fun. I think this gun will establish itself in history as a classic. Paid $580 at the local gun store with a S&W $50.00 rebate. I will get back to you when I've shot it a few rounds.
N. Wilson

Rating: 4 of 5 Stars! [4 of 5 Stars!]
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