M&P 9mm Compact

M&P 9mm Compact

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    M&P 9mm Compact

    I went to the range with my new CCW for the 1st time today. I was trying to get a feel for the trigger the whole time but it was kind of difficult. This is my first DA only gun and i keep shooting to the left to low right side of target(left handed). I know this is because i am jerking the gun as i pull the trigger. Looks like it is time for some practice Other than that the gun was very accurate on the rounds i got off with out jerking the gun. I was shooting at 7 yrds today and could get most of the rounds in the 8 ring but had some fliers due to the trigger. I like the factory night sights i didnt have trouble at all focusing with them as i had read some of you have.

    No problems at all with the gun it went bang every time i pulled the trigger and the slide locked back too.
    100 WWB
    50 Remington R9MM3


    I noticed that the Reminton ammo seemed to be a little more consistent but for 25 bucks a box it should be.




    Adam


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    Nice, I like the Grips on those.....
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    I know how you feel Adam500!! I have the M&P .40c and I love it!!

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    Great Choice!! I love that gun.

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    It is a great gun i would recommend it to anyone.

    Adam

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    Factory Night Sights?
    Hmm.. how much was it with that option? How much more than the standard?

    I'm considering the M&P C9 against the G26 and XD9SC. Night sights at the right price would certainly make a difference to my decision.

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    Nice photos Adam. Good photography. I am just starting to take some pictures that I would consider passable.

    Nice looking gun too. Thanks for the "gun porn".
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    It added 100 bucks on to the price. The gun shop i purchased it from charges 445 for standard and 545 for NS. They are trijicon's, and i think it is well worth it. The only downfall is the trigger but i just got done doing some work on it and it is much better now. I just smoothed it out since it is a CCW i didn't lighten the pull any. I did step one on this website just with polishing not filing anything off.
    http://www.burwellgunsmithing.com/M&Ptriggerjob.htm

    Adam

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    I really like the way that 2 tone M&P looks. Very nice look to it.
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    Congrats...

    on the new 'addition' to the family...

    Nice looking piece...

    Enjoy!

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    Congrats ! Glad you like it...
    I couldn't get one, that trigger creeps me out. It reminds me of the smegmas'... I mean sigmas...
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    I have a full size M&P 9 and an M&P 9c Compact.

    I've got a belt holster for a Glock 21 that fits the full size M&P, but I am looking for a concealment holster for the 9c. Any ideas?

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    The trigger on mine was a bit gritty at first, but it is smoothing out very nice!! It is a great shooter.

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    I would look here at this website http://www.donhume.com/Products/ProductsList.cfm

    I just ordered a PCCH for mine they dont have it listed as a gun that it is available for but i called them and they said they would make it for me. From the reviews i have seen they do great work.

    Here is a picture of the one i ordered it should be here in 4-6 weeks.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Warhawk View Post
    I have a full size M&P 9 and an M&P 9c Compact.

    I've got a belt holster for a Glock 21 that fits the full size M&P, but I am looking for a concealment holster for the 9c. Any ideas?
    I ordered a Canute (Striker II) from Nate at UBG Holsters for my M&Pc 40. I expect it any day now, since Nate called and said it was in the works. I'll post a review and pics after I get it, but everyone has said that his work is excellent, and his service/communication certainly is. Check it out at http://ubgholsters.com/
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