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Whats up guys, I'm new to this forum but I feel like I belong here because I just bought a 40c. I haven't even shot this gun but it felt good in my hand
. I bought it new, tax and everything for $485.00. I have been reading the discussions on this forum for about two weeks now and finally joined when I bought the 40c . I bought this gun because I read all the good reviews about this gun. I love this forum because I've seen a video on how to break down a compact, how to soak a holster in warm water to make your gun fit like a glove, where to send your gun to get the two tone finish, and everything else that is posted to make life easier for the MP compact owner. Now that I have the perfect gun, I am looking for the perfect concealed holster. I have friends that say I paid too much for this gun but from what I've seen on prices I feel pretty good about my buy. Anyhow, I hope I am welcomed to this forum.
 

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First off....welcome.



Rarmendariz said:
how to soak a holster in warm water to make your gun fit like a glove.
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I wouldn't recommend it.



Now that I have the perfect gun, I am looking for the perfect concealed holster.
For me the perfect concealment holster is a CTAC. I have 4 of them. I can't imagine a better holster.



http://www.comp-tac.com/

http://www.comp-tac.com/ct_ctac.html





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Another Happy 40c

I just got my 40c. I did not get as good a deal, I paid about $75 more. But that is ok. I own several Glocks and metal framed S&Ws, but I HAD to get a compact 40c without the mag safety. The grip adjust was part of it. My hamhock hands needed a bit more "grip"



It shoots sweet. I punched out the center of my B24 with less than 50 rounds. What surprised me was the field stripping procedure. It was a bit different than I expected.... I had to read the manual!



S&W got this one right.
 

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bobbthompson, I looked up this holster and it looks very nice but I'm afraid the price for one is a little to high for me right now. :oops: I'm looking for more in the $30-50 range. :wink:
 

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I'm poor too. But some things in life are worth it. I would say that your CC holster falls into the "worth it" category. And Milt Sparks holsters hold their value. With a 16-22 week wait, you should be able to sell a used MSVM2 for close to what you paid for it.
 

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Hi...two CCW holsters that I own and love are the High Noon "Hidden Alley" and a Galco JAK slide holster( jak202b) both holsters for me conceal my compact very well..I also have a Don Hume JIT slide which also works pretty well...all these holsters were in the 25-45 dollar range...
 

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Congrats on the new M&P 40c. I just picked the same pistol up two days ago for about $498.00. This isn't my first polymer based pistol (first Smith & Wesson though), but it is a great little conceal carry pistol. I shot my first 50 rounds of blazer brass through my 40c yesterday and it shot like a champ. In the arena of polymer based pistols, I believe that S&W finally got themselves a winner. It seems they looked at all the areas that Glock lacked in, and capitalized on it. I guess we will have to see how the M&P stands the test of time. Take care and welcome to the forum.



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