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Aside from the M&P 45C which was around forever and was/is a fantastic little gun. Which also - by coincidence - is almost identical in size to their new 9C.

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That totally slipped my mind Roll Eyes
I loved everything abut the M&Ps. Except the trigger. I think it's time to revisit this platform. And I appreciate the safety option. As a 1911 guy, I like to keep things consistent.


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I am looking forward to checking the MP 2.0 9c out as i am a fan of the full size 2.0






 
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I was gonna buy a gen5 g19. Not anymore. I gets to buys me an American gun!!! Finally S&W did it.


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I was gonna buy a gen5 g19. Not anymore. I gets to buys me an American gun!!! Finally S&W did it.


or buy both


 
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Looks interesting.

Might have to jump on a 9mm with safety. Can't wait to read the range reports and see what they say.

Likely priced lower than the G19?


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My wallet hates you and this thread, Gundawg. Razz Big Grin

I wonder if FS slides will fit on the 2.0 Compact frame...Reverse-Commander or CCO, if you will.

Can't wait to check one out locally.


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Looks interesting.

Might have to jump on a 9mm with safety. Can't wait to read the range reports and see what they say.

Likely priced lower than the G19?


i picked up the FS 2.0 for 409.00 shipped, so I think these will range from 410-450.00


 
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My wallet hates you and this thread, Gundawg. Razz Big Grin

I wonder if FS slides will fit on the 2.0 Compact frame...Reverse-Commander or CCO, if you will.

Can't wait to check one out locally.


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Originally posted by Edmond:
Looks interesting.

Might have to jump on a 9mm with safety. Can't wait to read the range reports and see what they say.

Likely priced lower than the G19?


i picked up the FS 2.0 for 409.00 shipped, so I think these will range from 410-450.00


well looks like Brownells has them as 529.00 pre-sale price, i will wait it out a while.

notice the length is 7.3 and weight is 23.68 if Brownells is right. both those numbers are about as close to Glock 19 as you can get, interested in seeing the height.

http://www.brownells.com/firea...&utm_campaign=Itwine


 
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Originally posted by Edmond:
Looks interesting.

Might have to jump on a 9mm with safety. Can't wait to read the range reports and see what they say.

Likely priced lower than the G19?


i picked up the FS 2.0 for 409.00 shipped, so I think these will range from 410-450.00


well looks like Brownells has them as 529.00 pre-sale price, i will wait it out a while

http://www.brownells.com/firea...&utm_campaign=Itwine

Yeah, bet that Sportsman's Outdoor Superstore will have them for $409 free ship, soon, like they did with the full size 2.0.


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Originally posted by Gundawg:
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Originally posted by Gundawg:
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Originally posted by Edmond:
Looks interesting.

Might have to jump on a 9mm with safety. Can't wait to read the range reports and see what they say.

Likely priced lower than the G19?


i picked up the FS 2.0 for 409.00 shipped, so I think these will range from 410-450.00


well looks like Brownells has them as 529.00 pre-sale price, i will wait it out a while

http://www.brownells.com/firea...&utm_campaign=Itwine

Yeah, bet that Sportsman's Outdoor Superstore will have them for $409 free ship, soon, like they did with the full size 2.0.


yep love that place


 
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I'm guessing the huge sales of the Shield have canabalized sales of the 1st generation compact. So with the new gen compact they want to differentiate them a bit. For course, this will now like canabalize sales of the 4.25" full size. But it's likely to be more popular than that gun, so they'll live with that.

Really, they should rationalize the line in half inch barrel length increments like Glock has (3.5", 4", 4.5", 5", with the appropriate grip lengths and mag capacities.)

But this is the gun they should have been making since the line was introduced. I'm amazed they waited more than a decade.

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While I like the idea of a Glock 19 sized Smith and Wesson, I am a bit puzzled. It looks like they are making the compact bigger. The Current version is listed as a 3.5 inch with a 12 round magazine, the new version is a 4" with a 15 round magazine. I suspect it will be heavier and wider/longer in the grip to facilitate the 15 round magazine.

Will they release a smaller "compact" for a higher concealability version like the current Compact or will they dump the 3.5 inch barrel and simply point to the shield for concealability.

Maybe it's just me, I've always liked the 3913/6906 and pined for a double column P239.
 
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I'm guessing the huge sales of the Shield have canabalized sales of the 1st generation compact. So with the new gen compact they want to differentiate them a bit. For course, this will now like canabalize sales of the 4.25" full size. But it's likely to be more popular than that gun, so they'll live with that.

Really, they should rationalize the line in half inch barrel length increments like Glock has (3.5", 4", 4.5", 5", with the appropriate grip lengths and mag capacities.)

But this is the gun they should have been making since the line was introduced. I'm amazed they waited more than a decade.

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Originally posted by CD228:
While I like the idea of a Glock 19 sized Smith and Wesson, I am a bit puzzled. It looks like they are making the compact bigger. The Current version is listed as a 3.5 inch with a 12 round magazine, the new version is a 4" with a 15 round magazine. I suspect it will be heavier and wider/longer in the grip to facilitate the 15 round magazine.

Will they release a smaller "compact" for a higher concealability version like the current Compact or will they dump the 3.5 inch barrel and simply point to the shield for concealability.

Maybe it's just me, I've always liked the 3913/6906 and pined for a double column P239.


has been a long time coming, i guess they are close to the barrel lengths you speak of, 3.5" (12), 4.0" (15) , 4.25" (17) and then the 5" (17)


 
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Wow. The S&W combo of M&P 2.0 Fullsize/Compact/Shield is really the first time anything could compete with my G17/G19/G43 combo.

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I was an early adopter of the M&P fullsize. When their compact came out I was excited until I saw it. Too small. Then I started thinking the fullsize was too big. As many have mentioned it was like "S&W was that close" lol. My 19 was slightly smaller, my 17 was slightly larger.

I ended up trading my 9mm fullsize to a buddy who loved it and I haven't got another since. I like the looks of this one, the size seems perfect and I always loved the grip. Looking forward to some reports and pics when these hit the streets.
 
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Do we expect a line of CORE M2.0 models ... including the compact (a la G19 MOS and Sig 320c RX?)
 
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Do we expect a line of CORE M2.0 models ... including the compact (a la G19 MOS and Sig 320c RX?)


would be interesting, but thankfully there are some quality companies out there doing milling for a decent price.


 
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This gun interests me. I am not a fan of the full sized or sub but a G19 sized M&P 2.0, I like the idea of that.


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The 2.0 is a sweet piece, you may have an issue on your hands deciding which size you want... but the platform is solid. Love mine, and I went through about 4 variations of the M&P "1.0"..



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I second the CORE idea. I may have to shoot an email off. Alternatively I think I'd get one milled which may turn out to be the cheaper option.

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