The only negative thing I can say right now is that S&W is missing one of the biggest 10mm pistol markets, that being the hunting market.
Many state laws require a barrel length of 5" or greater to be legal for hunting certain animals, which is exactly why many folks would buy a 10mm in the first place. Why in the world would S&W only create a 4" and 4.6" model, but completely omit the 5" model for hunters?
Per my experience with M&P handguns, which is extensive, I predict that accuracy will be very good. Build quality has been a hallmark of the M&P line since the beginning. I have owned an M&P in just about every caliber and configuration since 2007, and I can say that they have all been great performers. I only sent one of the 1st gen M&P9s back to S&W way back in the day, due to the front sight being out of center. Since my sight pusher was on loan at that moment, I called S&W to re-center it. It cost me nothing, it was gone less than a week and S&W sent two free magazines back with it for my trouble. (Great customer service experience.)
This last picture is 25 yards off-hand.
I think that you will be satisfied with regard to accuracy.
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