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I'm not new to the M&P series.I currently own a M&P 9,M&P 9C, M&P 45,and a 40 C. The 40 shot ok .just wasn't my thing. I have no better explination. I took it out to the 50 yard line and no kidding 5 shots in 5 inches strung vertically and to the right on a IALEFI Q target.MMMMMMMMMMM maybe I won't sell it
 

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rthomse said:
just to clarify this was done from prone with a sandbag rest.


Still sounds good to me
You think you got enough MP's there?? :wink:
 

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Good Call...
 

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My experience was that I was FAR more accurate with my .40c than I was with the G27 that it replaced. The G27 is a fine gun, but I did not shoot it very well.



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dont get it

why own so many versions of the m&p when there are so many other good guns out there. It's like owning four different models of Hondas. etc. M&P is great but Id like to feel something different.
 

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I shoot my 9c better than I ever shot my P2k 40. And HK's are well-known for their recoil-soaking designs.



Won't say the M&P is more refined than the HK, but I sure shot it better. And its more comfortable. And that's all I care about.



Its a daily carry. Oh, and the M&P coming with 3 grips instead of 2... while a relatively small deal, ended up making a huge difference.
 
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