S&w m&p 9c

S&w m&p 9c

This is a discussion on S&w m&p 9c within the General Firearm Discussion forums, part of the Related Topics category; I already own a Glock 26 but I am really wanting to get the M&P9C. I really don't need a second compact 9mm but it ...

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    S&w m&p 9c

    I already own a Glock 26 but I am really wanting to get the M&P9C. I really don't need a second compact 9mm but it is calling my name. LOL. Somebody talk some sense into me before I get another one.


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    It feels so much better to shoot in my opinion. The trigger on the Glock is better out of the box, but the M&P gets to be very good after a couple hundred rounds.

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    Go ahead and get a Glock 19.

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    Get the m&p. I love these guns like a fat kid loves cake!
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    I just purchased a NIB M&P9c on an online auction site for 415$ (plus 25$ S/H).
    Really excited about it.
    Great ergonomics, reliability, a trigger that gets better and better, and the outstanding S&W customer service.
    What's holding you back??!
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    The only thing holding me back is I already own one compact 9mm. I will probably end up getting it very soon. I noticed there were two versions, one with a safety and the other one without.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brass63 View Post
    I just purchased a NIB M&P9c on an online auction site for 415$ (plus 25$ S/H).
    Really excited about it.
    Great ergonomics, reliability, a trigger that gets better and better, and the outstanding S&W customer service.
    What's holding you back??!
    What auction site do you use?

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    I have a S&W M&P 9c and love it ! Go ahead buy it you'll love it! What's not to love.

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    I think you're on the wrong forum to be talked "out" of buying a gun.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cuckoo429 View Post
    I think you're on the wrong forum to be talked "out" of buying a gun.
    Yeah, I agree.. I think I just wanted to validate my soon to be purchase.

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    I like the M&P 9c much better than the G26 or G19
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    I had one and parted with it for a G19. Nothing wrong with the gun, but I didn't care for the reset of the trigger. Also when bought mags I didn't want to buy sleeves to make them have a full grip. Why not go full sized with a G19 or M&P9?

    Get some variety, plus if you go with the G19 the magazines can be used in the G26.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zeppelin03 View Post
    I had one and parted with it for a G19. Nothing wrong with the gun, but I didn't care for the reset of the trigger. Also when bought mags I didn't want to buy sleeves to make them have a full grip. Why not go full sized with a G19 or M&P9?

    Get some variety, plus if you go with the G19 the magazines can be used in the G26.
    I've thought about getting a G19 but I doubt that I would ever carry it. I had a G23 and once I got the 26 I just completely quit carrying the gun. I will probably get a G19 Sooner or later.

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    I absolutely love mine. I want to love the G19, and every time I go to a GS I pick one up, and end up putting it right back down. Gen 3 or 4, they just aren't the gun for me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CVarner View Post
    What auction site do you use?
    I was on gun broker. You just have to be patient.
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