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Loving my M&P compact!!

Discussion in 'TOP GUNS *357 Sig* Club' started by NitLion, Nov 4, 2012.

  1. NitLion

    NitLion

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    The more I shoot this pistol, the more I like it. After shooting and troubleshooting my FNP, it was nice to pull this out and breeze through 150 rounds flawlessly. The loads I shot today were:
    Underwood Ammunition - 124g - HP (RL)
    Load-X - 124g - TMJ
    Good To Go Ammunition - 124g - FMJ
    The Load-X seemed like the "warmest" load...taking out the cold walking dead!
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    This is the first time I have used Good To To Ammo and it worked just fine. I wasn't shooting to test accuracy - just having some fun. Now don't accuse me of shooting the victim...she was bitten and would have "turned":supergrin:

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    My Haugen Huntington Wedge cross-draw holster!! Very well made and comfortable. Its sort of tough to smoothly draw and take the manual safety off though. Makes me wish I went without the manual safety - but then, this was supposed to be for my full size M&P. That combination didn't conceal as well for me. The Haugen worked perfectly with the M&Pc.....
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    Last edited: Nov 4, 2012
  2. nice and good to know about the M&P...I've never shot one of those but they DO feel good...nice to know they shoot that way too...

    Bill
     


  3. BuckyP

    BuckyP Lifetime Member

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    This gun would be just as safe to carry with the safety off, as a one that didn't come with a safety, no? :dunno:
     
  4. NitLion

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    Yes... but you need to always practice sweeping it off in case it was inadvertently activated....which,of course, would happen at the worst time. This manual safety doesn't have a real strong detent like say a Ruger P89.
     
  5. clarkstoncz

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    Very nice.

    My M&P 357 C had less recoil than my G33 but was also bulkier.
     
  6. NitLion

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    I don't think I have ever shot a G33. I would sure like to have one in the stable!
     
  7. theAlgorithmist

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    I pity the poor Zombies that end up looking down that barrel :)