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S&W M&P9c 12+1 9mm 3.5"
[206304]
$441.00
by Stephen L Date Added: Saturday 30 May, 2009
I purchased the M&P 9C earlied this month and have a few hundred rounds through it so far. This is very nice gun, and shoots very smoothly. No jams or misfires, and good accuracy (for me) up to around 25 yards. It is very similar to the full size M&P 9 model in function and feel. Only the slide and grip on the compact are slightly shorter in length. It is just a bit smalller than the Glock 19 (which I also own). I find of the three that the full size M&P 9 shoots the best, followed closely by the compact, and least comfortable is the Glock. I purchased the M&P 9C for the purpose of concealed carry, but it is on the large side for that, and a bit heavy with a full mag. But I think it will work with the right holster (still looking for that). This model, like the full size, is easy to maintain and field strip. It comes with two magazines, one short where the pinky finger must wrap underneath as your grip the gun, but better for concealment. The other includes the extension on the base of the mag for a more comfortable grip. Both mags hold 12 rounds. If I bought extras mags, I would get the ones with the extension. The gun also comes with three backstraps for the grip so you can better fit the handgun to the size of your hand. This in itself may be the biggest advantage of the M&P vs. Glock, since the Glock grip is thicker and offers no customization (other than aftermarket customization). Overall, I would rate the M&P 9C handgun as an excellent value for someone looking for a carry weapon that they can also use for target shooting at the range.

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