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Discussion in 'Smith & Wesson Club' started by happyguy, Apr 1, 2010.
New 4.25 in S&W M&P .40 Pro on the way. It is supposed to be here next Wednsday.
Did you get it yet?
I picked up the gun and an additional magazine on Thursday.
So far my assessment is that it is a typical M&P with better sights and trigger.
The trigger has the initial grittiness that seems to be normal for M&P's until they are broken in, but with a lighter break, reduced over-travel, and more distinct reset.
I think it was well worth the additional $70 over the standard M&P .40.
I played around with it doing one handed malfunction drills using the new sights and have concluded that I want to get a set of these installed on my old 9c.
I'll be going to the range on Monday or Tuesday and provide a full report afterwards.
I qualified with this weapon last Saturday.
The Rangemaster held my target up in front of all present and told them this is how everyones target should look. I had a softball sized group in the COM with just 4 or 5 fliers.
It isn't a hard course of fire (nothing beyond 15 yards) but this sure is a sweet shooting handgun and it's even softer shooting than my SIG P229.
Excellent choice. I really like mine.
You should, at the very least, get the Apex striker block. It fixes the grittiness of the trigger.
In all honesty I don't think the grittiness affects how the gun shoots at all. All of the grittiness is in the take-up and the shootin' doesn't really start until you reach the hard point.
It probably has some kind of psychological affect on certain people but when I'm running a combat course I don't even notice it. As a matter of fact, the only time I do notice it is when I'm dry firing.