Description

Built for personal protection and every-day carry, the M&P380 Shield EZ is chambered in 380 Auto and is designed to be easy to use, featuring an easy-to-rack slide , easy-to-load magazine, and easy-to-clean design. Built for personal and home protection, the innovative M&P380 Shield EZ pistol is the latest addition to the M&P M2.0 family and provides an easy-to-use protection option for both first-time shooters and experienced handgunners alike.

Firearm Features
Easy to rack slide.
Crisp, light trigger with tactile and audible trigger reset.
Includes (2) Easy to Load 8-Round M&P380 Shield magazines.
Grip safety - grip pistol to fire.
Windage adjustable, white dot rear sight (tool included).
Can disassemble without pulling trigger.
Grip texture optimized to size and recoil.
Tactile loaded chamber indicator (TLCI) - can see and feel if there is a round in the chamber.
Picatinny-style equipment rail for lights or lasers.
Perfect size for nightstand or carry, or a day at the range.
Reversible magazine release.
Thin and lightweight - can be comfortably carried all day.
Optimal 18-degree grip angle for natural point of aim.
Armornite® durable corrosion resistant finish.

Firearm Specifications
SKU: 11663
Model: M&P® 380 SHIELD™ EZ™ Manual Thumb Safety
Caliber: .380 Auto
Capacity: 8+1
Barrel Length: 3.675" / 9.3 cm
Overall Length: 6.7"
Front Sight: White Dot
Rear Sight: Adjustable White Dot
Action: Internal Hammer Fired
Grip: Polymer
Weight: 18.5 oz / 524.5g
Barrel Material: Stainless Steel - Armornite® Finish
Slide Material: Stainless Steel - Armornite® Finish
Frame Material: Polymer
Purpose: Concealed Carry Home Protection Personal Protection

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Not enough capacity for a range toy (prefer 10+) and too many safeties to be a useful carry? I don't know... I do wish there were a few more options for large capacity 380s... there are only a couple available at all.

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Mthwing we aren't talking about the differences, we are talking about the similarities. When you said "this many safeties" in your comment, are your not referring to the grip safety, and the thumb safety? If not, please enlighten us on the safeties you are referring to. Because if you didn't know, a 1911 has both of these. Some even have a third safety - a firing pin block.

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Its an overdesigned pistol for old folks who have trouble manipulating slides on other pistols

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What a dumb comment mthwing. I guess all of those people who own and carry 1911's have no business to do so.

"If a person feels like this many safeties are necessary they have no business carrying much less owning a gun. 15 minutes of training would reveal how awful an idea this is"
-mthwing

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I’d also be willing to be that the people who’d actually buy this nonsense would be too petrified to even consider carrying with a round in the chamber so really there’s no Pont at all

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Considering how completely different the 1911 is from this I’d say the dumb comment is coming from you

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The large palm safety is actually pretty cool. It is kind of like a backwards P7/8 squeeze cocker, which is considered by some as one of the greatest carry guns. I have a Remington R51 that has a similar long safety on the back of the handle. It works really well. Yes lol, I actually have a functioning, reliable R51.

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Good one AQj, maybe even make it a single shot automatic.

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While agree with you about the redundant safeties, I think it's actually internally hammer fired.

Also the pistol is marketed towards people who can't manipulate a normal slide, I would think these types of people might also be very safety minded. If it gets more people into the 2A community, it's a win for all of us.

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If a person feels like this many safeties are necessary they have no business carrying much less owning a gun. 15 minutes of training would reveal how awful an idea this is

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I see your point.

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No shit

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What the hell is this? A thumb safety and a grip safety? That makes no sense on a striker fired gun. I thought it was an interesting gun till I read the specs. No idea what they were thinking.

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Maybe S&W figured there would be no way a state could ban it for not being safe & its easier for the state groomed snowflakes to use & understand.

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