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Hi All,

New here, don't have an M&P yet, but it will be my next purchase. The only reason I don't have one already is because in CA, one has to wait 30 days in between handgun purchases. I just bought a SW1911, so I have to wait a few more weeks.



I haven't narrowed down the caliber yet for the M&P. I am hoping to get some input here on the forums in that regard - specifically for IDPA SSP & ESP classes.



Anyway, look forward to interacting on the BBS. I've been lurking around here as a guest for a couple of weeks and figured it was time to get more involved.



Thanks for having this great resource available!



Semper fi,

M47 Dragon

USMC '91 - '94



SW1911

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Welcome!! You will want to go with the 9mm. It is softer shootin', cheaper by far, and what most others are shootin' in those classes. JMHO
 

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I wont hold the Marine Corp against you


Welcome to the site and shooting both the .40 and 9mm I would hae to say get both :wink: :wink: :wink: you cannot go wrong with either of them enjoy the site-Jason
 

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Welcome Aboard from another Californian.... 8)

I recently shot my very first IDPA match and I shot it with my new M&P9. The gun performed flawlessly. I couldn't be happier with it. As a previous poster mentioned, the 9 shoots very soft (quick sight picture recovery) and is the least expensive of any of the calibers to shoot.
 
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