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Thread: M&P vs. XD

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    Last week i would have said XD all the way. I bought a m&p sat. and i love it. I love my XD and have had no problems with it, but it is not as comfortable in my hand as my m&p. You may have a different experience though. You cant go wrong either way.

    I will also eco what the other ppl here have said regarding caliber. If you are gonna be able to shot more 9mm than get a 9mm. I do believe a 45 is better but caliber is not near as important as knowing your gun and shot placement. The only way you get better is shooting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BeefyBeefo View Post
    That typically has to do with the shooters form and/or stance. I have never heard of the height of a shooter having any bearing on the direction of the spent casings. Also, I have never heard of anyone having this problem with an M&P, so I somewhat doubt that this is any sort of flaw in the gun itself.



    I'm sorry to hear about your shoulder injury, but this is hardly a flaw in the gun itself. This is simply a case of someone with a bad shoulder shooting a .45 handgun. Perhaps there is a way to adjust your form/stance so that there is not so much affect on your shoulder.

    -Jeff-
    i now i now it sound strange but trust me i have many guns and this are the only ones that do that i have a usp.45 and it dose not hurt my sholder what so ever and i have a fnp-9 and a glock 19 mark II .22 and an sr9 ruger and non of this give me a problomse

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    Well, after much research, and many trips to the local gun range to shoot various models, it didn't come down to the M&P and XD afterall. After many trials, I was able to narrow it down to the CZ 75 and the XD, both in 9mm.

    Neadless to say, I am now the proud owner of a XD 9mm. I love it and couldn't be happier with my decision.

    I would like to thank everyone for the information that they provided. This is a fantastic forum with tons of enthusiastic and knowledgeable individuals!

    Thanks again for the help!

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