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    Quote Originally Posted by 45Sidekick View Post
    lol thats hilarious you'll just have to remember i'm only 21. i have some descent knowledge on firearms but not nearly all the knowledge, you'll just have to look over my ignorance and pull me to the side to fill me in lol
    this is the smartest thing i have seen come out of a newbs brain in a long time.....

    i have had firearms in my hands since i was 8, been tearing them apart since i was ten..... had my own shop and still i dont know enough to call myself an expert on much..... and to be honest, i like it when someone corrects me, it keeps me honest (but be damned sure you can PROVE youre right)

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    lol im not the worst i've owned my fair share of guns and keep adding them, right now i have a collection of 17 in all. but at my rate in about 2 years ill have around 50 or more. so i definately have some pretty good experience for my age, and hope to gain as much experience as i can afford, since shooting/collecting is not cheap.

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    S&W M&P series pistols have all the features you outlined and you can find some at Bud's online for reasonable prices....JJ

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    Quote Originally Posted by chessail77 View Post
    S&W M&P series pistols have all the features you outlined and you can find some at Bud's online for reasonable prices....JJ
    Thank you guys for all the help. This is obviously a very active forum!

    I'm really liking the M&P 9c. My only question is regarding the trigger. I haven't held/shot a &P 9c yet. Does anyone have any info on the extra “safety-pivot” trigger? What is the function? How does it operate.

    Thanks again!

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    R32Jake, you might want to also look at Taurus.

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    Have you seen/held triggers like that on the SR9c, in the middle of the trigger? It's like that. It's a physical stop/safety for the trigger to help prevent accidental discharge. Doesn't add any extra weight, just feels a little funny until you get used to it. (*Info is from my husband, ponzer04)

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    you can see the pivoting trigger safety on the ruger in the pic from my previous post. and on the ruger you cant tell it is there it doesn't add weight to the trigger since it deactivates as soon as you put your finger on the trigger

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