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My M&P 40 sans disconnector.







A webpage I put up with lots of close up pics of the internals for those who are curious about such things.



http://www.bloodimage.com/SWMP/SWMP.html



Some things i have been able to find out.



1) some smiths are definitely working on trigger jobs for these guns. Not just lighter, but less pre-travel and overtravel.



2) People are working on competition magazine extensions. So far they are up to 18+1 in .40



3) People are working on fiber sights and different aftermarket sights.



4) people are working on oversize mag wells to go with above mag extensions. No idea how they mount. Personally i'd really like one that replaces the grip strap retention doohickey that you can just twist on and twist off.



5) the sku for plain sights, no intenral lock, no disconnector for .40 is 209300, for 9 is 209301.



6) dealer cost for magazines is just under $28. (not including S&H).



7) the extended slide release is available, but i ahven't been able to find pictures yet.
 

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Buckshot said:
I'd be interested in the extended slide lever.


Call S&W, they should be able to take care of you. I think it's customer service rather than retail sales though.
 

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Great description of the internals. I posted your decription link here from the S&W forum on another post :wink:



Can you give some pointer on removal of internals on the top slide.



If possible post some pix.



thanks
 

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Here's a bigger pic if folks want something for their desktop background.



http://www.bloodimage.com/MNP_BG.jpg



as for removing the striker, it's pretty easy.



Push in/forward the wihte collar by the striker leg. Slide out the slide cover plate.



To reassemble push the white piece you pushed the first time all the way into the slide form the end. Slide in the slide cover plate.



 

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Great info on the pics. Thanks! :!:
 
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