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M&P 9L & M&P 9Pro What's the Difference

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by DAdams, Feb 5, 2010.

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  1. DAdams

    DAdams Member

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    The M&P 9L and the M&P 9 Pro look the same. What's the difference?

    $758 and $830 are the MSRP respectively.

    I see there is also a .40 Pro now as-well.

    Anyone here own any of these? What's the experience?

    I think I heard that all the M&P were going to have the opportunity to come out of the Performance Center for some $$ more.
     
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    Everything is the same but the M&P9 Pro has the better trigger. Isn't it the performance center trigger job?

    Damian
     
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    I think that is the case but there is nothing on the website nor literature to justify the Pro moniker. It has Novak sights and says it has a "smooth" trigger.

    Guess that means the other M&Ps are the standard gritty trigger? ;)

    Guess I'll have to wait until I run into one and dry fire it to see if it worth the extra money.
     
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    it's a better Performance Center trigger and a FO front sight.

    the 9L has a MIM sear, while the Pro has a machined sear.

    if you are going to shoot it out of the box, get the Pro.
     
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    Thanks Quack. You have confirmed what I suspected.

    I may wait for the all PC Models option to come out. Maybe get a 4 inch instead of 5 inch 9.
     
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    The L has a lighter slide. Serrations are different on the Pro.
     
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