My New CCW

My New CCW

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    My New CCW

    Well, I decided on the SW M&Pc in 40 for my edc. I just need to decide on a IWB comfortable holster. I haven't shot it yet, but it sure is comfortable in my hand.
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    Congratulations!! That's a great choice and I'm sure you'll like it. Be safe and enjoy it.
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    Good choice! Look into a cross breed super tuck. I have a crossbreed for every pistol I own and as far as comfort goes it can't be beat.
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    Nice pistols, I have the M&P 40c too. I'm carrying it in the Comp-Tac Minotaur MTAC Holster IWB holster. I've only had the holster a couple of weeks, but so far I like it.

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    What NCW Ray sez but I've had that holster over a year now. Has held up very well.
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    Great CCW!

    I heard a lot of positive things about the M&P40c.

    Congrats.
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    Nice pick, it should serve you well for many years.
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    Congrats! Enjoy!
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    Nice!!!
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    SInce you got the version with the safety, practice,practice, practice...and then practice some more so it is second nature to flip it off while drawing.

    I have the same gun, minus the safety, and really like it. Waiting on an Apex sear and striker block to come in to improve the trigger pull. I also changed the sights on mine as well because I don't like 3 dot configurations. It's a sweet shooter and has been 100% reliable through 750 rounds and counting.
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    Comfortable in your hand and chambered in one of the best SD auto-loading rounds you'll find. Sounds like a winning combination to me. Congrats!

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    Welcome to the club
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    Congrats! I have a lot of wonderful reviews on that gun. I would recommend putting a few hundred rounds through it and become comfortable with it soon, especially if designating it your EDC.

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    My coworker loves the M&P. He's getting an M&P in 40, as well, but without the safety. It's replacing his Glock 35. Good choice, comfortable grip.
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    i second a crossbreed supertuck.

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