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    happy v-day me!

    So I was in town is morning picking my wife some flowers and passed by a gun shop I haven't been to yet so I thought I would stop in. I have been wanting a m&p9c and got to talking to the owner of the shop about it he had it marked for $579 I asked what he would give me for my lc9. I have never sold a gun before and was not really wanting to but he asked where I got it and when I told him he said he would let me have the m&p for $250 with my lc9 if I would give him my business form now on....
    Well he got it!! I put 50 rounds through it today without a problem! I think I like this gun alot. Oh yea he also gave me a old faithful holster!

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    Enjoy the new pistol.

    It seems like a fair deal to me.
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    It seems fair to me too, especially if your happy. Well Done!
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    I havent shot the LC9 but I am interested in it for carry. I find my M&P too heavy and wide to carry (but I do) but it is lovely to shoot and super reliable.

    Enjoy!
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    You'll love the M&P. JMO, but the M&P is a much better pistol. Chunkier than the Ruger, but more firepower is a pretty good tradeoff, not to mention the rock solid reliability of the M&P platform. Congrats on the purchase/trade.
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    An excellent trade
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    Fair deal or not you have a better gun now! Enjoy

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    Congratulations on the new gun. I hope you remembered the flowers.
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    Congrats great gun I have one myself.

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    I liked how thin the lc9 was but couldn't get use to the trigger. I really like the m&p trigger.

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    sounds like a good day.

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    Congratulations. The M&P is a very good platform. Enjoy!

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    Quote Originally Posted by 06bruce View Post
    I liked how thin the lc9 was but couldn't get use to the trigger. I really like the m&p trigger.
    that old LC9 will be sold very fast. My local store can't keep them in stock. Agree trigger is long, but it is smooth and light for a DA

    Still a good day for you!

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    Quote Originally Posted by gottabkiddin View Post
    you'll love the m&p. Jmo, but the m&p is a much better pistol. Chunkier than the ruger, but more firepower is a pretty good tradeoff, not to mention the rock solid reliability of the m&p platform. Congrats on the purchase/trade.
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    congratulations on the new gun. I hope you remembered the flowers.





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    Great deal.

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