Since they won’t fit the .380, I would assume they won’t fit the 9mm. But you know what happens when you assume.Fits the Smith & Wesson SHIELD™ .40, .45, and 9mm, and M&P Shield™ M2.0™ models (excludes M&P Shield™ 380EZ).
Was removing the front sight a booger to get off? I just need to adjust my factory front sight, new gun and only been to the range twice.I can verify that the front sight is the same. I replaced the front sight on our EZ9 with a Hi-Viz fiber optic that was made for the regular Shield and it fit just fine. Because of variances, most need to be fitted, but filing the bottom of the sight and then using some cold bluing on it.
It's extremely rare for a sight to be off from the factory, though it does occasionally happen. Shoot it off a bench and let some other experienced shooters do so, to confirm it's not a shooter induced error. I chucked the slide up in a padded vise and used a metal punch with a couple of layers of electrical tape between it and the front sight and beat it out. It wasn't that bad, but took some filing the bottom of the new sight to get it to fit. They are made that way so they are not too loose.Was removing the front sight a booger to get off? I just need to adjust my factory front sight, new gun and only been to the range twice.