Gun Report

Smith & Wesson M&P 9 Pro Series 178010 9mm

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A more clearly defined trigger can be had with available aftermarket parts. Otherwise, we think the Pro9 is race ready.

Smith & Wesson M&P 9 Pro Series 178010 9mm

Gun Details

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Model Number
Home Defense
Law Enforcement
Concealed Carry
Caliber Plus Cartridge
Weight Unloaded
Overall Length
Barrel Length
Sight Radius
Overall Height
Front Strap Height
Back Strap Height
Maximum Width
Grip Thickness Max
Grip Circumference Max
Frame Material
Barrel Material
Grip Material
Trigger Pull Double
Trigger Span Double

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Not only was the rear sight mounted as far back as possible to maximize sight radius (see arrow at the slide joint), its face was angled so that it extended past the rear of the slide. This also helped to ward off glare. The back of the slide was knurled to reduce glare, too. Note the aggressive cocking serrations.
The front sight consisted of a medium-gauge filament held inside a frame that was dovetailed into slide. The edges of the frame were available for lining up difficult shots. The filament generated a bright dot that enhanced rapid sight acquisition.
The hinge at the center of the curved trigger shoe (top arrow) allowed it to straighten out as rearward pressure was applied. Without this motion, the trigger remained locked. Note the stop inside (bottom arrow) the trigger guard and the surface of the magazine-release button.

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