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    New M&P Shield

    Just put a new M&P Shield on layaway. It'll come off as soon as I get back in town. Can't wait to get it home and down to the range. I'm picking up a "We the People" Holster, and an extra 8rd mag while I'm in Chattanooga this week.
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    Congrats on the new pistola!

    I have one in .40, and love the thing.
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    I bought my shield nine 2 weeks ago and haven't shot it yet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mark38090 View Post
    I bought my shield nine 2 weeks ago and haven't shot it yet.
    I can't wait to shoot a new firearm, usually do it right after I get it home. I've had my Shield almost four years I think. Approaching 2,000 rounds through it,and have yet to have any malfunctions of any kind.
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    Very nice, the M&P45 Shield is currently in the running for my next major firearms purchase.
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    Congrats on the new pistol...mine is a 45 ACP flavor and pretty much my constant companion.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Smokewagon View Post
    I can't wait to shoot a new firearm, usually do it right after I get it home. I've had my Shield almost four years I think. Approaching 2,000 rounds through it,and have yet to have any malfunctions of any kind.
    I used to be able to do the same but I now have some elderly neighbors that say or scares their dogs and they call the sheriff's department. Of course the stories come out and talk about whatever gun I'm shooting then tell the neighbors that there's nothing they can do. I mainly don't do it to save the resources of the deputies. Only a couple of deputies on duty at any one time so having to go to the far corner of the county for a nuisance call really makes their day harder.

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    You will like it. I have the same one in version 2.0. It is good for light dress.
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    You'll love it.

    I've had my PC Shield in 9mm for a while now. When you pick up a gun and it just "feels" right you know you have a keeper. It shoots pretty darn good too!
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    I am carrying my Shield 40 right now, have the Shield 9 too. Love the gun, very reliable. Congrats!

 

 
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