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I just ran my M&P40 and my Gunsite 1911 through their first field strippage and cleaning session.



Good Gawd, the M&P is an easy weapon to handle! I love my 1911, I've had a S&W1911 before, so I knew what I was doing with the 1911.....I took the M&P apart quicker and cleaned it faster and put it back together in record time.



I really like this firearm! I shouldn't pass judgement yet, because I haven't taken it to the range....but I'm expecting BIG things!
 

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I know when I took my M&P40 to the range I expected big things also. When I fired it I was not disappointed. Total satisfaction with mine!
 

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I know when I took my M&P40 to the range I expected big things also. When I fired it I was not disappointed. Total satisfaction with mine!


It's funny...I bought an early-model M&P (s/n MPA02XX) and wasn't all that impressed, (it shot OK, but nothing to write home about) so I sold it to a coworker. Before she took delivery of it, I would hold it...fondle it...and I had "sellers remorse" even before it left my possession, but had committed to selling it to her, so I did the right thing and followed through with the sale. Almost immediately afterward, I ordered another one, and have not looked back. I like this gun so much, I'll be getting the 9mm and the .45 when funds become available. I've not had any problems at all...I don't know where my head was with the first one, but I'm glad I replaced it - and the replacement even came with the new slide release!
 

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when i first heard about this pistol on either some magazine or somethin it was in awe.. so many features in a handgun and i had to have it.. took about 6 months but its finally mine!
 
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