Is the M&P Shield Plus worth it?

Is the M&P Shield Plus worth it?

Strictly from a capacity standpoint, the M&P Shield Plus is already an improvement over the original, even if every other element of the gun remained unchanged. But S&W’s dimensional changes, combined with the new trigger design, make the gun better still.

What does M&P Shield stand for?

The Smith & Wesson M&P (Military and Police) is a polymer-framed, short recoil operated, locked breech semi-automatic pistol introduced in the summer of 2005 by the American company Smith & Wesson.

Is the Smith and Wesson M&P Shield 9mm a good gun?

The Smith Wesson M&P Shield has decent overall ergonomics. It doesn’t feel the best in the hand compared to more modern options mainly due to the fact it feels like a full-size duty-grade gun that was just thinned down. Some people will like it and if you have larger hands, I think you’ll like it a lot.

Is the shield plus snappy?

SW Shield Plus The recoil in this gun is a bit snappy. It’s not quite as smooth as other guns out there like the Sig P365.

How many rounds does a M&P Shield 9mm hold?

The Smith & Wesson M&P9 Shield 9mm Compact 8-Round Pistol features a Melonite barrel and steel, white dot, dovetailed sights. Designed to be less than 1″ thin, this semiautomatic double-action pistol has polymer grips and is striker fired with a 9-round capacity. Thumb and striker safeties. Reversible magazine catch.

What mags fit M&P Shield 9mm?

ETS 12 round (9mm) mag fits S&W Shield.

Is the Brownells M&P 9mm shield worth $399?

As this article is being written, Brownells has the M&P 9mm Shield for $399 with a $75 gift card. Regular price is $449. That is a great price. Hickok45 had a lot of good stuff to say about the Shield 2.0. It is nice to see S&W finally getting the traction they deserve. We were unable to load Disqus.

Is the M&P Shield 2 at the range?

Hickok45 is at it again. This time he has a M&P Shield 2.0 at the range. While S&W has been making handguns for well over 100 years, their semi-autos never gained the popularity of other brand names. Here is an example: In 1984 testing took place for a new handgun to replace the aging 1911. Everyone knows about the Sig P226 and the Beretta 92F.

What ever happened to the Glock 459m?

And although many modern handguns are known for their performance during the 1984 trials, the 459M faded into obscurity and was eventually discontinued. During the XM10 trials of 1989, the 459M had a chance to redeem itself.