The Smith & Wesson M&P Compact has a lot to offer rimfire shooters. Here's out breakdown. What makes this pint-sized Smith such a rock star?
Smith & Wesson has found an issue with their latest M&P Shield. The fix, though, is simple, and the good folks at Smith are taking aggressive steps to get the word out.
The Smith & Wesson Shield is a single stack compact handgun that has become a very popular handgun for concealed carry. It came out in 9mm and .40s&w and eventually .45. However some shooters have a difficult time racking the side back. So Smith & Wesson has now come out with their new Shield 380 EZ.
<p>Smith & Wesson has a new gun: the M&P9 M2.0 Compact. It's different from prior Compact M&P pistols, and it is something that you might find very interesting.</p>
So why is 44 Magnum the caliber of choice to carry in the woods? Here are five reasons. We'll start with the obvious.
<p>The Smith & Wesson SD9 is inexpensive, but that doesn't mean it is cheap. In fact, it makes for a pretty good personal protection tool.</p>
<p>Smith & Wesson's new M&P M2.0 pistols are on the market. Are they really that big of an upgrade over the original models? Simple answer: yes.</p>
<p>Smith & Wesson announced a new rifle that suggests a closer partnership between it and Magpul.</p>
<p>Smith & Wesson is now shipping a pair of new AR-style carbines with M-LOK gear.</p>
<p>It is now confirmed that the popular M&P has been overhauled and is currently available at some dealers. S&W is now sharing the details on their website. Follow this link to read our original post on the M&P M2.0.</p>