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Product DescriptionIn the design of the M&P, Smith & Wesson considered the needs of military and law enforcement from every conceivable angle. No other polymer pistol offers this combination of versatility, durability, and safety. The M&P extra features include unparalleled ergonomic design, stainless steel structural components, internal lock system on select models to prevent unauthorized use, and a universal picatinny rail for laser and light mounting. White dot dovetail front and steel low profile carry rear sights.
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Q:How many magazines are included and does it cost more for the night sites which I see are recommended? Also never having owned any semi-pistol and at this caliber I suppose ammo is expensive, can someone give me an estimate on ammo?
Thanks to anyone that can advise me. I have hunted my whole life but I am not a pistol guy. I want this for home protection. thAsked on 6/9/2010 by th from orlando
A:It comes with 2 mags. and .45 ammo is kinda expensive depending on what type you get. the night sights are around $150 or so. plus i would reccomend getting a gun smith to put them on. Gander Mt. has good smiths who can do that for around $50 or so. you may be able to get one with night sights on it that would cost a little more than the standard model. All and all it is a great gun for home defense.Answered on 8/9/2010 by LEO from Elk River MN
Q:does this come in a compact ?Asked on 4/13/2010 by Anonymous
A:Yes it does, I have owned both of them. It has less capacity for bullets, however.Answered on 2/22/2011 by JR from Indianapolis, IN
Q:what does acp stand for and what is the differance with gap?Asked on 12/14/2009 by Anonymous
A:ACP stands for Automatic Colt Pistol. GAP stands for Glock Automatic Pistol. GAP is not interchangeable with ACP ammo.Answered on 12/15/2009 by Matt from Gander Tech
A:ACP is Automatic Colt pistol
GAP is Glock Automatic Pistol
Gap is a smaller cartridge that is used in a smaller frame pistol like a 9mm or 40 S&W.Answered on 4/1/2010 by JES from Monroeville, Pa
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