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    Quote Originally Posted by Grayfox View Post
    I still can't get over Smith & Wesson using the hollowed Military & Police name on a piece of plastic. {shudder}
    Same here. It just doesn't fit.

    I'm more interested in the .45ACP model of the "full size".

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    21st Century know how!

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    Steel revolvers are nice but......

    Makes me shudder to think about carrying 3 lbs of steel around with only six shots. I'll take my plastic fantastic anyday!

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    Quote Originally Posted by TxPhantom View Post
    Makes me shudder to think about carrying 3 lbs of steel around with only six shots. I'll take my plastic fantastic anyday!
    Don't get me started. You really don't want to.

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    MP Compact now available...

    Just sneaked a look at my wife's Woman's Outlook Magazine and would you believe there was a full page ad saying the MP Compact is now available in 9mm?
    No mention of the compact in the S & W web site yet though. Bud's Gun Shop must be getting ready to sell them since they jumped the price on the MP from $369.00 to $447.00. I'll own one of these when the price is right.

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    The M&P compact WILL be the next gun I own.

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    An ad in the American Rifleman calimes that the Smith & Wesson "M&P Compact" is now available.
    It also claims that they are now selling a ".556 mm" rifle. It would be interesting to see this new rifle cartridge since I've never heard of such a tiny diameter bullet being used before. Would be kind of useless though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Revolver View Post
    An ad in the American Rifleman calimes that the Smith & Wesson "M&P Compact" is now available.
    I saw that. I got so excited.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Revolver View Post
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    It also claims that they are now selling a ".556 mm" rifle. It would be interesting to see this new rifle cartridge since I've never heard of such a tiny diameter bullet being used before. Would be kind of useless though.
    Thats GOTTA be a typo ,probably a 5.56(.223),Id like to see it if its an AR model.

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    I will not purchase another S&W product. But, I did handle the "compact" M&P at a local gun store. I had to put it down quickly. It's scary. It actually feels nice. I mean very nice. Remember this is not the larger duty size weapon. It actually felt better, in my hand, than the Sig P239. Did I say that? Naw...can't be true. Someone please give all the negatives, so I don't look at it again.

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    On another website - apparently 2 people hav ethe new M&P Compact. So, they just came out w/i the past 2 weeks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by scooter View Post
    Thats GOTTA be a typo ,probably a 5.56(.223),Id like to see it if its an AR model.
    It is an AR15. I'm well acquainted with the 5.56mm rifle round. I've reloaded and fired more of them then any other cartridge.

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