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Next purchase may be a MP9c

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by RJS88, Jul 23, 2008.

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  1. RJS88

    RJS88 Member

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    I would like to get the pro's and con's. This weapon would be CCW. Ofcourse I would be at the range shooting as often as I can.

    Thanks for your input! Bob
     
  2. kwelz

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    I have purchased 2 M&Ps in the last week. My next will be a 9 compact. However I have not shot the 9C yet. It fits my hand perfectly and really feels great. I assume it shoots as well as the full sized ones do.

    If you do a search on the board, on of our favorite mods has a running tally of how his full sized and compact 40 have been doing. You should find more info there.
     
  3. The Lone Haranguer

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    Any search of my posts will tell you how much I like mine. It has had one hundred percent perfect functioning. :) One very minor beef for CCW is the thickness of the slide - it is not quite as comfortable to carry as, say, the slim, rounded 3913 ... but then it holds 50% more ammo. ;)
     
  4. mulletguter

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    I have the 40c and carry it in a DeSantis Super fly. My favorite CC
     
  5. btg3

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    I carried the M&Pc 9mm for several months. Currently carrying a 642 and considering an LCP, because I wanted to pocket carry, rather than carry on the waist for the summer. But now I'm spoiled, and may not go back to the M&Pc. Love to shoot the M&Pc 9mm, but it's not for pocket carry.
     
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