Fantastic! Happy for you.
This is a discussion on Got me a shield !!! within the Defensive Carry Guns forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; So I just happened to stumble into a great deal on a M&P Shield last night. I got a Shield 9mm with low round count ...
So I just happened to stumble into a great deal on a M&P Shield last night. I got a Shield 9mm with low round count ( less than 200), 2 mags ( 7 and 8 rnd) all original packaging and a ball and JHP ammo. I traded my LCR .38 and some ammo, and a hundred bucks cash. I would have preferred an even trade but i am stoked to have a shield, as I have wanted on since before they came out. Cant wait to get it to the range.
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Your points are shallow... my points are Hollow....
Congratulations!! I own one myself...nice gun!
Make sure your new gun isn't effected by the recall. Sticky on the site & a few posts about it.
Just remember that it's not a slide release, it's a lock back lever. Pull the slide to load the breach. When I had it in my hands I found that trying to release the slide was really hard. That and having to dig inside the mag well to flip the disassemble lever turned me off. S&W Shield - Disassembly, Cleaning, Reassembly and Function Check - YouTube
Very nice. Congrats. I hope yours treats you as well as mine is treating me.
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Congrats! I'm sure you'll like it. I have no complaints with mine, whatsoever.
Congrats! Pics and a range report, please.
Great little gun feels like a full size, I bought mitch rosens clipper holster works pretty good or it.
Congrats! I like mine...
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Let me die in a pile of empty brass."
Nice! If I were getting a single-stack 9mm, that'd be my first choice (except for a sig p938, but that's almost twice the price). Sounds like a fair deal.
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