*M&P Shield Safety Alert* IMPORTANT CONSUMER SAFETY ALERT and INSPECTION PROCEDURE

*M&P Shield Safety Alert* IMPORTANT CONSUMER SAFETY ALERT and INSPECTION PROCEDURE

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    IMPORTANT CONSUMER SAFETY ALERT and INSPECTION PROCEDURE - August 22, 2013


    I searched the forums & didn't come up with anything, so here it is.

    M&P Shield Safety Alert - Smith & Wesson

    BREAKING: Smith and Wesson Issues Safety Alert for M&P Shield Handguns







    IF this has already been posted i apologize.


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    I was about to post this - glad I searched first and thanks for posting, Christopher..

    Reckin' we just need to carry old revolvers nowadays? The more I read, the more I like my (wife's) SP-101..
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    Quote Originally Posted by Diddle View Post
    I was about to post this - glad I searched first and thanks for posting, Christopher..

    Reckin' we just need to carry old revolvers nowadays? The more I read, the more I like my (wife's) SP-101..

    I'll still buy semi-auto handguns, its like any product you buy these days, seems like theres always an issue with something lol. Im sure S&W will fix it. I've never owned a revolver, are they like bulletproof or something?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Christopher67 View Post
    I'll still buy semi-auto handguns, its like any product you buy these days, seems like theres always an issue with something lol. Im sure S&W will fix it. I've never owned a revolver, are they like bulletproof or something?
    Fewer moving parts and they hold up better against lack of maintenance. You pull a revolver's trigger and it goes bang. If it doesn't go bang you just pull the trigger and try the next cylinder. With a semi auto, you have to clear any malfunction before firing again and you're screwed if your magazine fails.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BeefyG View Post
    Fewer moving parts and they hold up better against lack of maintenance. You pull a revolver's trigger and it goes bang. If it doesn't go bang you just pull the trigger and try the next cylinder. With a semi auto, you have to clear any malfunction before firing again and you're screwed if your magazine fails.

    I like the fact that my Glock 17 holds 17+1 though lol, or my Glock 23 13+1. Or for the Glock 17 i can use a 33round mag & the 22 round mag for my 23, not sure i could get use to a revolver.

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