Replacing an M&P 9c?

This is a discussion on Replacing an M&P 9c? within the Defensive Carry Guns forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Since I wrote my first post to the op I have found myself being much more comfortable caring my j-frame air-weight or my Shield 9mm. ...

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    Since I wrote my first post to the op I have found myself being much more comfortable caring my j-frame air-weight or my Shield 9mm. I like the .380 Bodyguard but can not argue with the added firepower of the 9 - .38 Hornady CD ammo I run in both. I still carry my .380 but feel better with the other two.
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    Take a look at the CW9 or the CM9. Both are great choices very narrow slide and my CW9 is very reliable and easy to carry.
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    I'll take a look at as many single-stack 9s as I can. And the lcp, which sounds too good to pass up!

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