but im having trouble finding a realistic price on a new 9mm M&P can anyone help me out in finding pricing on one?
Call Barney's in Lafayette. They have law enforcement pricing and are very friendly. My dad got his M&P40 with 3 mags for... (you're gonna shit)...........................
...$434 before tax. So about $470ish and he was out the door with a brand new M&P40 with 3 magazines. It is literally the best price I've ever seen for M&Ps, even better than Bud's.
also this is for bapple, how much goes into changing out sites? like putting on night sites?
Well you need a tool or a brass punch set and I have both. If you buy the sights, I'll put them on for you.
Email me if you have questions:
And those that doubt the Apex trigger for defensive use, it REALLY makes you that much better of a shot. I want something that is proven and tested, and everyone who has an Apex kit loves it. But there are two different types of "kits" from Apex:
1. Internal parts (sear, RAM, springs, etc) - this uses the factory trigger.
2. Forward set sear and trigger - includes all parts, including a brand new aluminum trigger with very little takeup and very little reset. It is the best trigger.
Here is my review of an M&P with the Apex FSS and trigger: M&P40
Do you mean the 5 inch barell or the 40 of the m&p? And may I ask why?
He mainly means a handgun with a long sight radius and a full grip, AKA 4"+ barrel with a full grip. The compact has a 3.5" barrel and a compact grip. While it is a good gun, it's still not the same as a full size.
Full sized guns are just easier to shoot, handle, aim, etc. Smaller guns are more difficult to shoot.
This post was edited on 4/24 at 2:40 pm