This is a discussion on Best Looking Tupperware... within the Defensive Carry Guns forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; I voted for my full size,,M&P 40 cal,with night sites,and Crimson Trace Laser grips 16 rounds in the gun,shes a real bad gurl......
I voted for my full size,,M&P 40 cal,with night sites,and Crimson Trace Laser grips 16 rounds in the gun,shes a real bad gurl...
Guns are like women...no ugly ones...ALL are beautiful, it's just that some are more beautiful than others...I had to go with a Glock...wouldn't have said that 3 years ago (about guns).
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I definitely have to go with the M&P. I personally like the cocking serrations and the frontstrap/backstrap design of the grip.
How in the world can anyone find Glock's good looking!
I am kind of partial to this one:).
S&W M&P 9c
S&W 9 Shield
Taurus Raging Bull .454 Casull
S&W M&P15 Sport;
I voted M&P and glad to see them in the lead. I love my M&P9c. I can't wait to get another!
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I have the Signess!
Sig Sauer P225 Montage Suisse / Sig Sauer P238 / Sig Sauer P226 9mm CPO / S&W M&P9c
Hands down... The M&P is the most stylish of the today's polymer pistol brands.
S&W really did their homework on this one. Here is the history of the M&P line that lead to the present day M&P.
The M&P History:
The Smith & Wesson M&P (Military & Police) has always been a highly respected revolver from its introduction to today. Introduced in 1899, it became the standard by which every other medium-frame double-action revolver would be judged--as well as serving as the launching platform for one of the most influential handgun cartridges in history: the .38 S&W Special. The popularity of the M&P (aka Model 10) revolver grew so quickly that it was the most widely used police revolver in the free world.
The M&P line grew into a new brand of semi-auto handguns in 2006, and has become the biggest product launch in S&W's history. The company has been producing semi-auto handguns for more than 100 years, but it was not until 2006 that Smith & Wesson would roll out a semi-auto worthy of the M&P logo. Before embarking on the process of building a new pistol, S&W personnel conducted extensive interviews of law enforcement and military agencies, competitive shooters, and civilian gun owners. The information enabled engineers to include a number of features these varied groups thought were desirable. If you are going to build the finest modern tactical pistol, you may want the input of those who will use it.
The NEW M&P semi-auto really is a worthy heir to the brand's name and reputation.
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Sorry I couldn't vote for any of these. They are obviously built for functionality not looks. I would say the xd is ugliest followed by the glock, the M&P, and then the Ruger. My vote for nice looking gun is CZ's P-01.
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I love my Glocks, but they are ugly... however, I just added an XDm9 BiTone just last month... now that is a very nice looking piece of hardware.
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Current: DW V-Bob 1911, S&W 442, Springfield XD9sc, XDm9,
and Glock G26, G19, G23C, and SIG P226-40 TT, and Ruger GP-100, and Beretta 92FS
Former: Taurus 92SS, SIG P220 TT, S&W 360, SIG P239-40, Ruger 22/45 MKII
Wheres the HK USP Stainless and the HK 45, those guns take the cake IMO. I own them both and love them both.
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