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Average of 16 ratings: 4.8 stars

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Handgun Smith & Wesson M&P9
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  • 108 members own this firearm
  • RangeLog members have tracked 61,839 rounds for this firearm
 
 
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lostlocalhost
Very good firearm. I would suggest this pistol for anyone. 1 FTE in over 5300 rounds = amazingly reliable. Reasonably accurate, even in an amateurs hands. Easily upgradable.

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ncbwilson
The only reason I am giving this a 4/5 is that it is the only firearm I own at the moment. I want to compare the feel to a Glock and the XD-M before giving any of them a 5. I love this gun though and it is exactly what I hoped for when I decided on it.

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It's Accurate, comfortable, and has great trigger that can be an amazing trigger with a little bit of work. Great capacity, great weight, thin grip and slide, very low bore access that give very low recoil. I love this pistol. It's the best plastic gun I've ever used.

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 ManufacturerOfficial Manufacturer Website Go to link Horace Smith and Daniel B. Wesson came from old New England families. Horace learned the firearms trade while working at the National Armory in Springfield, Massachusetts. Daniel?s experience came from apprenticing with his brother Edwin Wesson, the leading maker of target rifles and pistols in the 1840s. The two men formed their first partnership in 1852 in Norwich, Connecticut, with the aim of marketing a lever action repeating pistol that could use a fully self-contained cartridge. This firs...[View More]
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