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  1. #11
    i say M&P. i bought the .40 cal the same year it was introduced and its an amazing gun. i have had zero problems with it and it will take any bullet i run through it....

    hope it helps.

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  3. #12
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    I'm an HK fan. That's where my vote goes.
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  4. #13
    Ditto, ditto on the M&P!

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    Love my M&P 45.Only down side is you can't get crimson trace laser for a 45 they will only fit the M&P 40 and M&P 9mm.
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  6. #15
    I've got the M&P 9c and love it. My husband is getting a H&K 45c, we are not buying it (trading for airbrush work). But he is thinking about getting a XD or Beretta for carry. H&K are good guns from what I understand but the magazine capacity is low and the cost for magazines, etc. is high. I am a small woman and the M&P has three interchangable grips which is nice. It is also ambidextrious (or however you spell it). Sounds like a good price. I paid $550.00 for mine new.

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    I would have to say M&P all of the way, H&K is a good gun, but you dont find many firearms with adjustable grips and as many accessories as the M&P. Bottom line is, what your heart sets on, but either way, theyre both very good Guns, both have a reliable name behind them.
    Let us know what you end up picking.
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  8. Shot both,and both are quality 9mm. Would be tough to choose one over the other.

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    Yeah, looks like it'll be an M&P. I need the interchangeable grips. I have pretty small hands, and the USP grips are a bit big with high hands, and downright huge with single hand. The M&P grips will work well. Nice capacity, decent feel. This will be my first poly gun (shudder). Never cared for the feel of Glocks. But I do love my SIG 229 E2. My Smith 60 and Beretta 85 are all right, too.
    Say when.

  10. #19
    Quote Originally Posted by multistage View Post
    Yeah, looks like it'll be an M&P. I need the interchangeable grips. I have pretty small hands, and the USP grips are a bit big with high hands, and downright huge with single hand. The M&P grips will work well. Nice capacity, decent feel. This will be my first poly gun (shudder). Never cared for the feel of Glocks. But I do love my SIG 229 E2. My Smith 60 and Beretta 85 are all right, too.
    You won't regret the choice. Congrats

  11. #20
    My vote is for the HK hands down.
    -Austin

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