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I just read that Cincinatti (sp?) just went to 9mm M&Ps... Anyone know what caliber other departments are going to?
 

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My department went with the .40S&W version
 

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The day of the 9mm is done. Put a fork in it. .40 & .45 is the way to go.
 

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Old Saybrook PD just accepted the M&P40 as the new duty pistol. We will be putting it out to bid soon, and then going for issue. If anyone is looking for a duty holster, the Safariland ALS is what we are going with, and it is the best I have tested.
 

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Clearwater PD in Clearwater, Florida transitioned to MP40's.



Cincinnatti switched to the MP a little bit ago, about 6-8 months ago.



Also, Columbus, Dallas/Ft Worth Airport PD, Iowa State Police and several other dept's in NC.
 

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The Department I work for just switched to the M&P in 40 cal.
 

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The Sheriffs office I work for are still hanging on to the Glock 22 for general issue. A hand full of guys have ventured out on their own and choose to carry their own guns for duty. A handful of kimbers and other custom 1911's but I decided to replace my Glock 22 with you guess it a new M&P 40. its great I love it, it is a hit on range day i will slowly convert them all
 

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nikon777 said:
[quote name='Puffy']The day of the 9mm is done.


Hmmmmm. I dont believe you. Here, take this gold dot 124grn +p in the chest, and get back to me with your thoughts. :twisted:[/quote]





I believe the day for the 9mm for LAW ENFORCEMENT use is over. they are still great for target shooting. less expensive to shoot
 

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Deputy Dawg said:
[quote name='nikon777'][quote name='Puffy']The day of the 9mm is done.


Hmmmmm. I dont believe you. Here, take this gold dot 124grn +p in the chest, and get back to me with your thoughts. :twisted:[/quote]





I believe the day for the 9mm for LAW ENFORCEMENT use is over. they are still great for target shooting. less expensive to shoot[/quote]



Cincinnati PD just went with the 9mm.
 

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Deputy Dawg said:
[quote name='nikon777'][quote name='Puffy']The day of the 9mm is done.


Hmmmmm. I dont believe you. Here, take this gold dot 124grn +p in the chest, and get back to me with your thoughts. :twisted:[/quote]





I believe the day for the 9mm for LAW ENFORCEMENT use is over. they are still great for target shooting. less expensive to shoot[/quote]



although not as popular as it once was the 9mm is still alive and kicking for a LE round. Look at all the federal agencies that still issue it. Federal Bureau of Prisons, VA Police, I believe US Customs still issue it. Indiana State Police went back to it. It will be around for a while. Not to mention almost all other countries LE forces use it.
 
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