Yeah I have about 750rds. But I agree. I'm not planning on dumping 500 of em into the gun just to break in a trigger. I've still yet to shoot it. Just been dry firing it. Plenty of YouTube videos showing ways to smoothing it up big time by just buffing a few items. That will most likely be my plan.Damn, didn't know that was a common problem with M&P .40s.....the trigger on mine has sort of a gritty feel when I pull it.......let us know if you come up with a solution to it other than running 500 rounds through it....around here, ammo is almost impossible to find......I've only got about 100 rounds....(sigh)
Bruce '87 Grand National
Sorry, no can do.....after carrying my S&M .44 magnum all year, this M&P is more than a welcome relief to my shoulder......fits so nicely on my Galco high carry holster.....however, if you really want one, go here:I have a solution Bruce........... sell it to me as I am looking for one to add to my M&P 9 .......... lol
Also, I appreciate the info about the trigger will smooth up, plus OK to dry fire it......your expertise on all of this, Shane, is greatly appreciated.......you have clarified exactly what I've been wondering about............I thank you kindly. Can always depend on you for help in this area.Just remember one important thing on your CARRY gun! Any modifications can give prosecutors an excuse to screw with you if a modified gun is used in shooting. I have read that several times, with examples, in gun magazines!
Thank you for pointing this out.....I was not aware of this at all......it's just incredible that this excuse is used in court at all.......I was really shocked to find this out......I will not modify my M&P .40....but will keep the Crimson Trace on it. Damn these laws designed to make the right to protect our lives in an event of attack more in favor of the criminal......it's just inexcusable!
Personally I want put any aftermarket parts on my carry guns. Now the plinkers are a different subject, the ghost triggers for the glocks are awesome! The M&P will smooth up, will not hurt to dry fire it.
I was not aware of this....thanks for the warning......it sure is unfair.....I really don't see what in hell the difference would make.......ANY trigger will fire a gun, in practice or self defense.....so what's the big deal about any modifications to the trigger? A trigger is a trigger.....man, these laws are getting so against the honest citizen's rights to defend one's life......jeez!I would be a little nervous about modifying a trigger on anything you might use to defend yourself. You will get raked over the coals in civil court if something were to ever happen.