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Owners of the shield or pps in 40

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by jon86, Sep 8, 2013.

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  1. jon86

    jon86 Member

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    To those of you who own the walther pps or s&w shield in 40, how is the recoil/snappiness/follow up shots in comparison to a glock 27? I have owned a glock 27 and found it plenty comfortable to shoot, but too thick to carry every day. Just wondering about the shootability and accuracy of the little shield or pps in 40. Thank you for your comparisons.
     
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    If you're used to the snappiness of the G27, shooting and carrying the thinner Shield is a breeze.
     
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    jon86 Member

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    Anyone else?
     
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    No problem with follow up shots with my Shield .40. It is a pleasure to shoot.
     
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    I love the Shield 40, it seems to even be less snappy than the G27 especially when using the extended magazine for the Shield.
    It's not bad at all, the XDS 45 on the other hand.....talk about snappy!
     
  6. Fishbed77

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    IMO, the the PPS is less snappy than the Glock 27, especially with the 7-round magazine inserted.
     
  7. Dean1818

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    I enjoy shooting my Shield 40

    Its my EDC

    It is one of the lightest recoiling 40s I have seen
     
  8. Flash!

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    Shield 40 is my daily carry weapon because of the good trigger pull and easy follow up shots...
     
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