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    My department is in the process of switching over to the M&P 45, a much needed up grade, and I saw the M&P 15's that we will be getting some in the armorer's safe today......what you guys think.

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    You should be good to go...
    J. Wise

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    • #3
      Originally posted by jwise View Post
      You should be good to go...
      I agree. I've never fired the M&P-45, but I love my M&P-40. It is, for me, an intuitive point-and-shoot pistol, which helps with the accuracy. I love the adjustable backstrap too, since I have small hands that don't fit around a Glock well. I liked it so much that I got an M&P-15T, which I have also been very happy with.

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      • #4
        I think you'll be well armed and well pleased with the department's choices.

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        • #5
          My department carries the M&P .40 and several of us are carying personally-owned M&P15A's. I have yet to hear any complaints about either weapon. We did have a few of the pistols come down with a mag release problem that was a known issue but Smith fixed it quickly and the newer pistols are supposed to not have the same problem.

          Overall, very nice, comfortable, reliable weapons.
          "He who fights with monsters might take care lest he thereby become a monster. And if you gaze for long into an abyss, the abyss gazes also into you."
          -Friedrich Nietzsche

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          • #6
            thanks guys....it was a much needed improvement over the stone aged smiths we were carrying. im finding the trigger a little difficult to get used to i guess its going to be dry firing and range time for months ( more than a normally do of course)

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            • #7
              Two things dry fire it a bunch the trigger will smooth in, if you shoot to trigger reset and not to completely off the trigger then the second pull will be shorter and smoother.

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              • #8
                Arguably one of the best choices for on-duty... armorers and leftys will enjoy the ambedexterous qualities of the M&P, not to mention the grip is much easier for those without freakishly large hands.

                ...oh and the serrations on the front of the slide are cool too
                How can you tell when an old Deputy is on a break or not? You can't

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