According to Tom Taylor, VP of Marketing, the factory's focus currently is to meet the demand of current orders and to get the production line as efficient as possible before introducing more models. The .357 for example is on hold until production can meet current demand and beyond a rough prototype, no .45c has been even designed.
Sorry guys, seems S&W is having the kind of problems most companies wished they had to deal with.
I'm willing to wait. I'm glad the M&P has been doing so well for S&W. It really is a great series of pistols. I've got no interest in the 357SIG version, mostly because I have no reason to add another chambering to my collection, I have no doubt it is an effective round. I don't need a M&P45c, I'm in the position of having way more guns than I need and not nearly as many as I want.
Still, what I would like:
M&P45 Compact, manual safety, magazine safety, Trijicon Novak night sights, and a flush fit magazine that holds at least 7 rounds. I wonder if my dream will come true?
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