S&W M&P 9c

This is a discussion on S&W M&P 9c within the Defensive Carry Guns forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; I haven't shot a M&P, but I will say they point more naturally than my Glock does. Personally, I would not trade my G30 for ...

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    I haven't shot a M&P, but I will say they point more naturally than my Glock does. Personally, I would not trade my G30 for a M&P for that reason as I learned to shoot the Glock quite well, despite it "feeling like a brick" or whatever that means.
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    I carried a 9c for a while. After the striker mechanism broke and disabled the gun I lost faith in it and sold it. Best ergos of any gun I have ever fired. 12+1 is a lot of firepower for a package that small.
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    I've been very satisfied with mine. Probably 1,000 rounds with zero malfunctions. Soft recoiling, fairly easy to carry.
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    I just picked one up. For striker-fired tupperware, it's not bad. If you have never had the pleasure of shooting an M&P with the Apex Tactical enhancements (DCAEK and RAM), you need to correct that oversight. It's a completely different, and much improved, trigger with their drop-in parts.
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    I bought a 9c not long ago to replace my CW9 as my EDC. I immediatly had Trijicon night sites installed and a trigger job done. I like the gun very much and it serves its purpose well. Still I only like it, I love my Sig. No guns have I ever owned handled liked my Sig. I kinda wished I spent the money on another Sig, but I know full well that the 9c would be much more likely to be carried due to its lighter weight. For the money its a good gun.
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    The 9c is my primary carry. My favorite out of the many brands I've tried.

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    This is what works for me, carrying my 9mm...Put the apex trigger and reset enhancement in it, feels so much better than stock, I need to go shoot it more...
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    I love my 9c. Full sized punch with a small gun package.
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    I'd like to add, while the trigger enhancement is nice, the stock trigger is plenty capable of putting lead where it needs to go and fast.

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    My regular CCW is a M&P 9C... Love it. Accurrate, flawless, concealable, comfortable to shoot. Accurracy is great due to controlability, match grade barrel and a comfortable grip angle. About 5K rounds thru mine and it eats everything I feed it. Carry 124 Gr Hornady Hollowpoints as a defensive round. Carry in one of 2 holsters. A Crossbreed Supertuck Delux or a Concealmax Pro by Bernie Holsters.

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