Description

Smith & Wesson’s new M&P SHIELD is a slim, concealable, lightweight, striker-fired polymer pistol. Available in 9mm and .40 S&W, the new M&P SHIELD features a slim design combined with the proven and trusted features found in the M&P Pistol Series. From the pistol’s easily concealed one-inch profile to its optimized 18-degree grip angle, the M&P SHIELD offers professional-grade features that provide consumers with simple operation and reliable performance. Chambered in 9mm and .40 S&W for proven stopping power, the M&P SHIELD features a high-strength polymer frame with a black, Melonite coated stainless steel slide and barrel. Both models are standard with a 3.1-inch barrel, which contributes to an overall length of 6.1 inches and an unloaded weight of 19 ounces. For fast tracking and smooth target acquisition, the M&P SHIELD is standard with a 5.3-inch sight radius and has been enhanced with a short, consistent trigger pull measuring 6.5 pounds. Featuring a quick and audible reset made possible by the striker-fired action, the M&P SHIELD allows multiple rounds to be placed on target both consistently and
accurately. All backed by Smith & Wesson`s Lifetime Service Policy.
Smith & Wesson M&P Shield 9mm
Item Number: 180021
Condition: Factory New
Specifications:
Caliber: 9mm
Capacity: 7 Round & 8 Round
Action: Striker Fire
Barrel Length: 3.1` / 7.874 cm
Front Sight: White Dot
Rear Sight: White 2-Dot
Overall Length: 6.1` / 15.5 cm
Frame Width: .95` / 2.413 cm
Overall Height: 4.6` / 11.684 cm
Weight: 19.0 oz / 538.7 g
Frame Material: Polymer
Barrel/Slide Finish: Black Melonite® 68 HRc
Trigger Pull: 6.5 lbs. +/-
Sight Radius: 5.3` / 13.3 cm

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Reviews

With the introduction of their M2.0 line of polymer framed, striker fired pistols, Smith & Wesson addressed the one big complaint that gun buyers had about the M&P line: the trigger. As we’ve mentioned in previous reviews of both the full-size and compact double-stack versions of the new M&P9 M2.0, the attention Smith paid to improving what was generally considered a mediocre-at-best bangswitch has really paid off. For those looking for slim, single-stack concealability in their everyday carry gun, the ultra-popular M&P9 SHIELD was just the ticket when it was first rolled out back in 2012.

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Hold off. I think these things will go a wee bit lower. What's the rush? S&W has made thousands of these things and Trump hasn't even finished his first 100 days. S&W hasn't even tallied its Q1 results yet. Let em bleed out a bit longer. These are commodity guns. I can see them dipping below $200.

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I'd love to see them lower but this price is good enough for me. If they do go lower I won't worry about getting any spare parts, I'll just buy a 2nd Shield.

Plus, I think the rumors about a Shield 2.0 are why we are seeing these prices. About 6 months before the LCP II hit stores, we had LCP prices going below $200.

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In for one with the rebate.

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I just place order for one as well... I am sure within 24 hours they'll be out of stock.

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Good call. Out of stock already.

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your link is for the Cali compliant model...KYGunCo also charges 3% CC fees...

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Its says $368 not $358

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After 2 returns to S&W, they did a barrel modification and eventually replaced the recoil guide. NOW the slide lock works.

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Another good deal from Sportsmans. Thanks for posting.

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Awesome deal and received the pistol in 2 days! Unfortunately, slide lock did not work and could not even get it to fire one round. I called S&W customer service and was told I would get an RA within 2-3 days. I bought this firearm based on reviews and their reputation. After one week, still no RA and after waiting again 30 minutes on hold with Smith and Wesson, I was told there was a problem with the RA system and could not get a time frame. Now there is also a recall. Very disappointed!

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The slide lock works different than most

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This is an awesome deal for a pistol that is STILL in such high demand.
If you're on the fence about getting a Shield, jump on this now because they sell out FAST.

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Damn, these M&P Shields STILL sell out REALLY FAST every single time they come up for sale.
Anyone looking for one, DO NOT hesitate when you see them come up as they're usually gone/sold out within a few hours (and once you handle/shoot one you'll understand why) at the most!

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Anyone know if the full size magazines for an M&P 9mm will fit in the Shield? Might be a nice double gun carry; full size in a thigh rig and a Shield in a armpit or small of the back carry... kewl.

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No, neither the full size nor the compact M&P magazines will fit in the Shield.
Only M&P Shield (which comes in both a 9mm and a .40 caliber of course) magazines can work in M&P Shield pistols.

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I now own three. One for the truck, one for EDC, and my wife keeps one in her vehicle and/or purse. The 9mm Shield is a dream to shoot. Dependable, feeds about any ammo I've put in it, and is accurate out to 25 yards. Extra mags are available so if you don't want to carry the extended just order another 7 rounder. I carry mine in a PJ Holsters IWB kydex generally in the 3 O'clock position. Very thin, comfortable, and concealable. Several police officers that I work with own them. I know of no one who has sold one. No one. As for the mags, they are Shield mags and not MP9 mags.

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You kinda made my point. They don't really carry any lighter or concealable than a G19 since most concealment issues are in the grip, not the length of the barrel. You can carry a little extra weight in the gun, or you can carry it on the belt in extra mags and mag holsters, but the mags are gonna weigh more.

Don't get me wrong, I love the M&P line, but the point and reasoning made to me was when you have to carry additional magazines just to come up short to the capacity of a 19, what's the point?

Maybe the guys I'm talking to are just "capacity whores" but their points seemed valid to me and it changed my decision to buy one. Either way, besides the magazine facts and how the two guys, that's TWO GUYS I met that sold theirs, it was just a point of view and something to consider.

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No they wont. I was really considering this gun as my next purchase, in fact I felt like I missed out when it was on sale for $399 like two weeks ago. However, everyone I've talked to that has bought one has sold it. The difference in weight/size/comfort is so nominal compared to an M&Pc or G26 that the hit you take in capacity isn't worth it. One guy even gave it up for a 19. They say once you bump the capacity up with extended mags, the concealment margins decrease even further.

I still like it, but everyone I've talked to at my club who jumped on the bandwagon and bought one has since moved on. I dunno, that says something to me.

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Nah, totally disagree... I used to carry my SR9c (10+1 on short mag, grip of a G26) and when the LC9 came out, I adopted it (as soon as it went down to $320 @ Larry's). The single stack makes all the difference when you have a small/slim frame, as the width of the in-waist package becomes noticeable. A K-T PF9 was another option, but reputation kept me away. Mind you, the SR9 is already a VERY slim package (measurement is based on safety width, res of gun is slimmer than Glock. I have a +1 plate on the LC9 (from Galloway), so I carry 8+1 when using loose clothing or not caring about printing...

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Proof there's no one perfect gun for everyone.. After talking to guys at the range I guess I came to the conclusion that these are some sort of hybrid that attempts to bridge the gap between pocket pistol and sub compact, but really doesn't shine at being either. I'm not a stick so a quarter inch reduction in width makes little to no difference to me. I believe EDC should be simple and not require wearing utility belts like Batman or patrol cops for ample defense, as I don't consider 8rnds of 9mm ample... I know some do, and this gun is perfect for them. Its incredibly ergonomic and was this close to buying one, but the reduced profile and weight don't trump the lack of capacity for my use, but everyone IS different. So unless you you mimic Adam Lanza in size and the extra quarter inch and ounces really weigh down your skirt, I say go with more capacity. Id just hate to be the guy in the gunfight with one of these against the guy that has a 19.

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Good points, but I think we all know the statistics on the average 'gun fight' (which are already pretty damn rare) involving a CCW/CHP/CWP holders...usually just two shots or less being fired I believe?
More is ALWAYS better of course, but one must find that balance between comfort and capacity.

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Understandable and in 100% agreement. I was gonna buy this thing, they feel freakishly awesome in the hand. Guess I was talked out of it cause I've wanted a Gen4 19 for so long. I'll probably get one someday, all though at this limited capacity, I would prefer it be .45 or 10mm.

Smith are you listening? Single stack Shield in .45 or 10mm?

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Deal! Especially with free shipping and no credit card fees. The Shield is the EDC for me and my wife. Shoots great, dependable, and conceals easy.

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hoping prices continue to go down, now that that people have gotten over their fear and supply coming back online.

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These things are still such HOT sellers though, I don't know if we'll see too much of a drop from this price, in the near future at least.
Most mail order outfits are STILL selling the Shield for $449.00 or higher PLUS shipping.
I don't know if I would pass up on these 'under $420.00 INCLUDING shipping' deals.

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not bad. Wish it would have occurred a week ago, but I purchased a Bersa BP9DTCC instead.

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Corrected comment.

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Whittakers Guns had 10 of each caliber for $379.99. You have to go to their Facebook page to arrange the transaction. They also had some decent 223 ammo prices last night.

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Yeah that Whittakers deal was actually $405.00 with shipping (still a good deal) but they sold out pretty fast.

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