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I just picked her up last week shot her on Sat, and I was very happy no FTF at all. I will say at 25 yrds with a Mass trigger it will group but it groups to the right do to the heavy trigger pull.



But at 33ft which this pistol is made as a CCW it works great!!! nice tight groups even with a rapid fire! I traded in a glock 17, which I got $350 and only paid $160 out of pocket.



I have been thinking of doing the same with a Glock 23 I have and get the full size M&P 40, I would be losing 3 extra rounds seeing Mass legal models only have 10rds.



I don't know I like glocks becuase you can do the trigger work yourself and is very easy to take apart unlike the M&P. I don't want to send it off and have to pay for shipping and work on the trigger, but I don't want to pay out the butt to get a nice trigger.



Should I trade the G23???





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I have done trigger work on both the Glock and the M&P. The M&P requires a few roll pin punches and some abrasives but zero parts! The Glocks require parts and abrasives!! I think the M&P is the same of maybe a little easier to work on then the Glock (JMO). Do a search for 'trigger job' on here and you will find it easy to follow!!
 

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If you like the G23 why sell it?

Just save your money till you can have both.

More is better!



nunnya





I'm poor I work for the state, so have to trade it and really I don't use the G23 that much so why keep it when you don't use it.



And with the cost of ammo I shoot 9mm much more do to price and I have always been more of a 9mm guy. Only reason I wanted a M&P 40 was I still have alot of 40 ammo left other wise I would get the M&P full size 9mm.
 
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