Discussion in 'On Topic' started by johnson, Apr 30, 2008.
I can't make up my mind on them. I love my M&P-15... But the story on the handguns seems to be hit/miss.
I want those brass!
i'll probably get an M&P 9 one day...maybe the "long" version
What a waste of ammo.
its a MUCH better test than those glock tortures
I my M&P 40c. They are solid weapons.
In for the results.
Hoss, the long version is ugly as fuck, and you gain practically nothing over the regular full size.
I'm interested in this torture test. My M&P9 doesn't really get cleaned anymore, I put a little oil in the mechanism every once and a while.
Ok, you can be the backstop then.
no, better because i can say with confidence that you'll never have to worry about your gun being submerged in fine grit sand, ice water, salt water, dragged from a truck, or dropped out of a plane
glocks arent bad, they're just not my first choice as i've said in other threads, i'll have a Gen 2 Glock 19 some day
M&P9 it is
I'd rather them leave it bone stock, so that if it does screw up, they can't blame it on anything else but the gun.
I want a full size 9 to accompany my 9c. Maybe some day.
I was thinking the exact same thing.
I just realized this ToddG is on the mp-pistol.com forum, of which I am a member.
i guess i'm right
is he the guy who's already got 20k through his M&P9?
I believe so.
The aesthetics of a gun, should be an afterthought. (Example: Glock)
Also, sight radius, a heavier muzzle and muzzle velocity will be very different, and for those that understand it enough, it is of value for them.
thats what i was getting at, but for my purposes i think the regular version would work out better
save for maybe a spring, I don't know what would need a "rebuild".
you honestly expect only 20-30k out of the average glock? I honestly would have expected 100-200k easily........
because I do approx 1k a month, so you're saying my glock is likely done in less than 3 years? I just don't see that hapening.