Last edited by Canuck44; 09-17-2014 at 05:05 PM.
Je suis Charlie!
Originally Posted by misanthropist
If you're worried about police shooting you with Glocks, change your lifestyle. It's pretty easy to avoid.
It's my understanding that IPSC allows it because although your modifying the safety, your emulating a gun that is allowed in production (The Julie Goloski edition)..so your not getting any advantage that the production Goloski doesn't have already. Any mod that comes from the factory is allowed.
The only major reservation that I have about the M&P is the fact that most of the M&P pistols available in Canada are equipped with a magazine disconnect.
I will not own another pistol with a magazine disconnect, and I will not be recommending any pistol with a magazine disconnect to anyone. And many contemporary trainers say that that the removal from a firearm of anything characterized by the manufacturer as a safety device is ill-advised and is like opening a Pandora's Box, so I cannot recommend that anyone remove a magazine disconnect from a pistol that has it.
Otherwise, the M&P - without a magazine disconnect, without an internal lock, and with the marking "CAUTION: CAPABLE OF FIRING WITH MAGAZINE REMOVED" - is a viable pistol that I can recommend.
Jeremy called my house a couple weeks back about my tour pistol being in and I need to get a hold of him, I was in Suffield at the time. Unfortunately my phone and internet are down until Sunday evening when the repair guys are showing up. If he can send me a message back through this forum it would be great. Also a couple of guys are wondering if there are anymore of the tour pistols available since they didn't order them last year.
Just wonder if NS has ever imported any M&P compact model with legal barrel?
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All the M&P45c would need is a 106mm barrel. It'd sell like hotcakes (so long as it came with the little gold writing on the slide, of course).