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Combining popular M&P characteristics with existing BODYGUARD features, the new M&P BG380 offers consumers a uniquely engineered, lightweight self-defense pistol. Compact, sleek and ergonomic, the M&P BG380 pistol benefits from new fish scale serrations on the rear of the slide for ease of use and like other M&P pistols, ships complete with two magazines. Chambered for .380 ACP, the lightweight sub-compact pistol features a high-strength polymer frame with a black, maximum corrosion resistant coated stainless steel slide and barrel. The new M&P BG380 is standard with a 2 ¾ inch barrel, which contributes to an overall length of 5 ¼ inches and an unloaded weight of only 11.85 ounces. Additional standard features include a rapid second-strike capability, thumb safety, take-down lever and stainless steel drift adjustable sights.
Specifications are subject to change.
SKU#: SMT-109381

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This is perhaps the most disappointing gun I have ever purchased. I have several pocket 380’s and this is hands down the worst, least shoot-able of the bunch.
The Trigger Pull weight is RIDICULOUSLY Long and Heavy!! On a good day, expect 8+” groups at 7 yards. You won’t get any better because of the horrible trigger.
Also, don’t waste $100 on a Galloway precision trigger kit for this thing hoping to fix it – the gun’s trigger still sucks – you will just be $100 poorer and still have a POS pistol. Ask me how I know.

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Wow. I guess I am a sharp shooter because me and my girlfriend both have no problem using this and 8" groups @ 7 yards is far from what we find? If you expect it to shoot like a single action 380 then you bought the wrong gun. It is far different from my Colt Government 380 but it is supposed to be. It has a trigger like a d/a revolver and has a purpose. I guess thousands buy it and are not surprised since they knew what they were buying. For $300 - $600 more you can get 380s with different performance. Don't buy this and expect a trigger job to make it one of those. It is a great gun for this money if this is what you want and need.

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I like mine. Trigger is long but that is what you get on this style gun and I have no problem with it. Well built, best service in the industry.

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Great price for a good gun. The trigger is long and heavy like a revolver, but that's a good thing for a pocket gun IMO.

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My Bodyguard had a 12 lb trigger. It is VERY difficult to shoot good groups with such a heavy, gritty trigger on a light gun. What in the world were they thinking? Had to sell it. Picked up a Taurus TCP. It has a silky smooth 5-6 lb trigger. I can drive nails with it out of the box. Sorry Smith - I really wanted to like your gun. I actually loved everything else about the Bodyguard. Trigger was so bad it was a deal-breaker.

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