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Smith & Wesson M&P9C No. 209004 9mm Luger, $480 (Grade: A- 2014)

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Unlike our test gun in 2009, this piece didnít malfunction, thus its higher grade. The Smith & Wesson subcompact is as slick as possible, with no protruding controls and no manual safety.

Smith & Wesson M&P9C No. 209004 9mm Luger, $480 (Grade: A- 2014)

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The slide serrations look almost rakish, and the slide design is appealing, in our opinion.
The Smith & Wesson and a Discreet Defense Solutions holster were a good combination.
We preferred the Smith & Wesson disassembly procedure. A captive takedown lever separate from the slide lock just seems better.

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