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The Smith & Wesson MP9 Shield is a striker-fired semi-automatic handgun chambered in 9mm that rolls the favored features of the full-size MP9 into an ultra-compact design. The polymer frame is reinforced with a stainless steel chassis barrel and slide. It also features a optional thumb safety textured grip single stack magazine and 3-dot sights. Slim and lightweight yet durable and dependable the MP9 Shield is a trusted choice for personal protection.
Caliber 9mm - Capacity 8 and 7 Rounds - Action Striker Fire - Barrel Length 3.1" (7.9 cm) - Front Sight Tritium Night Sight - Rear Sight Tritium Night 2-Dot Sight - Grip Polymer - Weight 18.2 oz. (515.9 g) - Overall Length 6.1" (15.5 cm) - Overall Width .95" (2.4 cm) - Overall Height 4.6" (11.7 cm) - Frame Material Polymer - Barrel Finish Black 68 HRc - Slide Material Stainless Steel - Finish Black - Sight Radius 5.3 (13.3 cm) - Other Features - Ported Barrel Slide. - Enhanced Trigger. - Tritium Night Sights. - Ships with 2 Magazines 1 Finger Groove and 1 Flat Butt Plate.
Smith & Wesson®'s popular M&P Shield Semi-Auto Pistol operates with a striker-fired action, eliminating any external hammer to catch on clothing when this handgun is carried concealed. The thin 1" profile aids with concealment. The operation is based on a polymer frame and coated stainless steel action. Other features of the S&W M&P Shield pistol are white dot rear and front sights, 2-piece trigger, textured grip, and rounded features to make the handgun more concealed carry oriented. One magazine, trigger lock and original box included.
|Caliber||9MM LUGER (9X19 PARA)|
|Capacity||7 + 1 OR 8 + 1 ROUNDS|
|Barrel Length||3.1" BARREL|
WARNING! This product contains chemicals known to the state of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information: www.p65warnings.ca.gov
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