Or the Sigma trigger issue:my department transitioned to the M&P from the Smith & Wesson Sigma ( a real POS)...
...a heavy trigger pull based on a terrible trigger design. This trigger is extremely flimsy and delicate.
...the trigger pull. The trigger pull is so akward that it does really retard your shooting ability. I finally sold it, because I did not have any confidence in my shooting ability using this weapon. I have other guns with long double action trigger pulls and they dont have this effect on my shooting skills.
Trigger pull is awkward and heavy, leaves most anticipating the shot and more often than not missing the target.
+1Elkhuntingfool said:Go with the M&P if you are going S&W
I'm gonna have to try out one of the XD's myself so I can see what everyone is raving about. And I used to think Glock had a hard core following, but the XD's seem to really be the thing.Mojo1 said:+1Elkhuntingfool said:Go with the M&P if you are going S&W
I got the wife a M&P 9mm a couple of months ago. We handled several different ones in the store, she wanted the M&P 9mm. I personally didn't like how it felt in my hand, but her M&P does shoot well, and has a descent trigget pull. The wife loves hers, it fits her hands well and she shoots it well.
The M&P is leaps and bounds better than a Sigma, but still not in the XD's league. :wink:
The Glock is an apple. But a soft, semi-bruised apple that's a little mushy. The XD is a nice, crisp apple right off the tree! How's that for a comparison???Nibble Nuts said:I'm gonna have to try out one of the XD's myself so I can see what everyone is raving about. And I used to think Glock had a hard core following, but the XD's seem to really be the thing.