smith and wesson m&p 357 sig compact
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  1. smith and wesson m&p 357 sig compact

    im considering geting this to add to my conealed carry fleet. anyone have any of the m&p compacts that can give me some insight on this weapon. thanks

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    I dont know about the 357 sig but ive put quite a few rounds through a .40 compact. Its a great little gun, extremely concealable, shoots well, i think it feels great in the hand. IMO its a perfect size for concealability, its right inbetween most compacts and subcompacts in size. despite the size its easily controllable in 40. So go for it.

  4. Quote Originally Posted by Comp_sH00tEr24 View Post
    I dont know about the 357 sig but ive put quite a few rounds through a .40 compact. Its a great little gun, extremely concealable, shoots well, i think it feels great in the hand. IMO its a perfect size for concealability, its right inbetween most compacts and subcompacts in size. despite the size its easily controllable in 40. So go for it.

    i ordered it 2 days ago and im going to pick it up tomorrow!

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    Keep in mind that while the .357 sig is a good cartridge, next to the 10mm, it's probably one of the most hard to find cartridges out there, and from what I hear, quite expensive. If you haven't learned how to reload, now is probably as good a time as any to learn it.
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  6. Quote Originally Posted by tattedupboy View Post
    Keep in mind that while the .357 sig is a good cartridge, next to the 10mm, it's probably one of the most hard to find cartridges out there, and from what I hear, quite expensive. If you haven't learned how to reload, now is probably as good a time as any to learn it.


    yes the ammo is pretty spendy. i guess ill just have to buy in bulk to save a little

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    M&P Compact

    I've had my M&P 9c just over a year now and love it! Shoots great and it's an excellent carry gun. I think S&W has hit a homerun with their M&P line. Let us know how you like your new purchase.

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    I have had my M&P9c for about 6 weeks now and love it. I have put over 1500 rounds through it already without 1 problem. I let my brother shoot it this weekend and he is going next weekend to get him one now.

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    my bro has an M&P40C. I liked it so much that i picked up an M&P40 (full-size).
    Both function perfectly and fit the hand well.
    "...to disarm the people - that was the best and most effectual way to enslave them." -George Mason

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    Kanz, I can't speak for that particular firearm, only the calibler. You will find that those that own 357sig firearms really, really like the round. It shoots long, straight and flat. Oh yeah; it zips right along too. I really like having mine in the car when I drive. As for ammo, Georgia-Arms makes very good ammo in bulk; it's called Canned Heat. It is rated at 1300fps. I bought 500 rounds from them for the brass and to buy time until I got my reloader set up for 357sig. That is how I am beating down the ammo cost. Many firearms can shoot 40 or 357sig by swapping out the barrels. I have found that when shooting less than 50ft I need to aim a little low. At 50ft or more the sights are dead on. This caliber wants to reach out. I find it a joy to shoot. Good luck with your decision.
    I know a man by the name of Mel;
    he can't see but he sure do smell.

  11. Ironically I find .357 Sig on the shelf at my WalMart when nothing else is in stock for a handgun.
    My .38's are Special.

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