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S&W M&P9c 12+1 9mm 3.5"
[206304]
$441.00
by Michael M Date Added: Sunday 29 May, 2011
Man, oh man! This is my first polymer pistol (I'm a 1911 guy) and I'm in love with this little gun. So easy to fire. I really like the trigger, especially compared to the monster on the S&W Sigma. The travel is VERY light. You can barely feel any resistance until you hit the spot where it is about to fire. Once there, it is pretty crisp with not much creep at all and still pretty light. The trigger was an awesome surprise for me. I wasn't expecting it to be so good. As for shooting, my first shot ever fired from this gun was at a one inch round sticker about 10 yards away...DEAD ON. Nailed the sticker right through. Great way to start off my relationship with this gun at the range. Point of aim was point of impact. Accuracy was great for a compact carry pistol. Recoil with both 115 grain WWB and 147 grain Federal HST is not much different and incredibly manageable. The recoil is so manageable, in fact, that you kind of have to force yourself to slow down. It's really easy to get into it and just burn through magazines. I originally just bought this to consider for a summer time carry gun, not really expecting too much out of it, but this thing has impressed me more and more from the moment I picked it up, to firing it at the range. I've never been a polymer guy, so I can't give you a lot of comparisons to similar pistols (except it is worlds better than the Sigma) but I am not disappointed one bit with it. A great $500 or so investment. That's my .02 on this gun.

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