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Old 01-10-2017, 12:18 PM   #1
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These are already in stock locally. I think the Shield 45 type grip texture is a good improvement. It's interesting that they imbedded steel into the polymer frame to reduce the twang or torque factor . The 5 inch needs to lose the XD style loaded chamber indicator.
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We have a couple in stock. I'm not sold on them. They made the reset worse IMO. Nothing an Apex trigger won't fix.


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Like the new texture but agree with FJ. Apex trigger, hate the hinge trigger.

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They keep releasing a new trigger claiming to be the Apex killer lol! It never is.


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I shot several hundred rounds through a friends 45 Shield and the trigger was better than any other MP but I still hate the hinge trigger.

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I shot several hundred rounds through a friends 45 Shield and the trigger was better than any other MP but I still hate the hinge trigger.



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I truly thought the new guns would have the 45 Shields trigger. I would keep it stock at that point. But, nope. I hope I can pick up a kit at SHOT.


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I hear you FJ. I don't know why S&W keeps playing with the trigger system. Like you I know a lot of people that would keep it stock if it were like the 45 Shield.

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I would have been interested in the M&P, but the aftermarket support just isn't there. In addition to the trigger (their Performance Center triggers are nice), I want a large slide release. I can do that easily on a Glock, not so on an M&P (at least when I was shopping).
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I shot several hundred rounds through a friends 45 Shield and the trigger was better than any other MP but I still hate the hinge trigger.

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I really like the Shield 45. How was it to shoot compared to a 9mm polymer single stack?
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I liked it. Didn't notice a huge difference in recoil compared to the 9mm. I think the 45 Shield is a good all around size polymer single stack.

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