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Smith and Wesson M&P: no lock, no mag safety

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by Control, Nov 1, 2006.

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  1. Control

    Control Member

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    I just noticed that Smith and Wesson now has the no lock, no mag safey M&Ps officially listed on their website.

    .40 S&W: 209300: 17 Rd, Std Sights, 2 Mags: $624.00
    .9mm: 209301: 17 Rd, Std Sights, 2 Mags: $624.00
    .357 Sig: 209302: 17 Rd, Std Sights, 2 Mags: $624.00

    Many folks complained about these "features" and its good to see them respond and adjust their public offering.

    Kudos to Smith and Wesson.
     
  2. jlh26oo

    jlh26oo Member

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    sounds good

    Odd that mag capacity is identical for .357sig/.40sw vs 9mm. Guess the former are slightly bigger/heavier? Interesting.

    +1 on addition by substraction (IL & mag disconnect).
     
  3. Gary G23

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    I just bought a 209301 for $369. There is no way I'd buy one with a mag safety.
     
  4. mattf7184

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    That is a typo, mag capacity for .40 is 15 rounds.

    The guns while not listed have been available. S&W has a have it any way you want it approach with the M&P.
     
  5. Coronach

    Coronach Moderator Emeritus

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    Confirmed. My M&P40 is 15+1 capacity.

    Mike
     
  6. proctorman

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    I bought the model without an internal lock and mag safety by complete accident; I didn't even know S&W offered this version of the gun at the time.

    I've put close to 1,000 rounds through it without a problem, and I'm glad I bought this version of the M&P.
     
  7. gga357

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    Just ordered one.
     
  8. TonyB

    TonyB Member

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    shot the m and p .45 a couple of days ago..I loved it.Less recoil than a Glock21 and I like the idea of the changablr back straps..it had the big one on it and still was more compfortable than a glock(and I like glocks and have a 17).I may be buying it off my buddy......it's gonna real hard not to.also liked the trigger too.
     
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    i like mag and thumb safety extra safe with those that carry and have young kids, imho.
     
  10. The Lone Haranguer

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    I got my 9mm compact with no lock or mag safety back in Dec. 2006.
     
  11. SouthpawShootr

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    I have an M&P 9 fullsize. Mag safety doesn't bother me. I have about a dozen 3rd generation S&W autos. I used to it. I don't want the lock if I can avoid it (& mine doesn't have it).
     
  12. flynlr

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    I bought one of these about 14 months ago from my local dealer.
    Love it, but could do with the stupid warning etched on the slide,.
     
  13. SouthpawShootr

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    Be happy they didn't decide to put the whole owners manual on the side like some of the current Ruger handguns.
     
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