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  1. #11
    I'll agree with saying that this will all come down to personal preference. For me, the M&P is better; fits my hand better, and I shoot more accurately. That doesn't necessarily mean that the M&P is better than a Glock... They are both very good. I just don't care for Glocks!
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  4. #13
    Both good guns. I prefer the look of the M&P, but I despise external manual safties, so I have to go with Glock.

    Truth is, I chose a gun with the styling of he M&P, the lack of external safeties of the Glock and a trigger better than both. I went with the Walther PPQ.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JCR View Post
    Go to 1:40.

    You don't have to do that. Just pull the trigger to release the slide.

  6. Well why in the world didn't someone tell me that before....
    Better question, why didn't I try that in the first place....
    Thanks.

  7. #16
    Quote Originally Posted by GlassWolf View Post
    Both good guns. I prefer the look of the M&P, but I despise external manual safties, so I have to go with Glock.

    Truth is, I chose a gun with the styling of he M&P, the lack of external safeties of the Glock and a trigger better than both. I went with the Walther PPQ.
    I don't either. I carry the Shield with the safety off, no problem. It really was the only thing I didn't like about the Shield. However, they have lots of versions of the larger M&P's, many without external safeties. Not that you'll need to worry about it as you're happy with the PPQ, but something to keep in mind just in case a friend is looking at a M&P!
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  8. #17
    That's good to know. Every one I've seen seems to have the thumb safety. I didn't know they did like H&K does and offer with or without.
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  9. #18
    if you've made up mind "do not like Glock" or magazines, then don't buy one - glock is one you either "love or hate". remember, glocks never ever fail to fire. some others "uh-oh, they misfire"... buy whatever you want, no need to downgrade glock magazines. I've got three in my collection and love them. Also have 1911's - good stuff, real guns.

  10. I think he talking about that yellow thingy, inside by the breech, that you move down, when disassembling.
    I want to get a Glock 19 that I saw the other day. It seems like a nice size. I've never fired a Glock, so I'm curious. However, I love my M&P 40. It is, by far, the most comfortable, easy gun to shoot, for me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JCR View Post
    Well why in the world didn't someone tell me that before....
    Better question, why didn't I try that in the first place....
    Thanks.
    Same reaction I had whenever I figured out it could be done. Pushing down the lever inside the grip isn't necessary it's more of a safety feature for those idiots who attempt to disassemble their gun with the gun still loaded.

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