You can put a rubber Hogue grip sleeve on it, and it will disengage the safety all the time. Will that fix your problem?
Is the 9mm Shield to much recoil for you, or whoever it’s for? If not, I’d recommend getting rid of that 380EZ and getting a 9mm Shield. The .380 is a terrible self-defense round (although it is better than nothing) and the 380EZ appears to be having a lot of problems.
What kind of tools do you need? Most aren’t specific to gunsmithing and can be picked up anywhere. Screw Drivers, punches, etc. Midway USA is a good place to find what you need. Amazon is usually the best price, if you already know what you want. You just have to be careful because unlike the firearms sites, they don’t really care about the quality of the products on their site.
If you want to build AR’s or something like there are a lot of tools specific to doing that. Doing trigger jobs requires stones, fine files, Etc. Mounting scopes requires levels and an inch pounds Torque wrench.
I have an m&p 2.0 45 and absolutely love it. I purchased new a m&p 9 for carry but it seems to have some build quality issues out of the box.
1. Trigger feels crunchy before hitting the wall, my 45 trigger is nice and smooth pulling back to the wall. The 9 feels like it is sometimes rubbing...
I have a M&P 9c when I lock the slide back to disassemble it I always have to hold the take down lever in the down position with my thumb in order to remove the slide. The lever acts like it is spring loaded. I own a total of (5) M&P's and this is the only one that does this. Has anyone else...
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