The newest M2.0 serves up Truglo TFX sights on a FDE frame. (Photo: Smith & Wesson)
Smith & Wesson debuted the latest in its series of M&P M2.0 handgun models, launching a version equipped with front and rear Truglo TFX sights.
Chambered in 9mm or .40 S&W, the M2.0 boasts a 4.25-inch barrel. Offered in the ever popular and tactically cool flat dark earth finish, the new gun and sights serve up enhanced visibility under a variety of environmental conditions.
“The M&P M2.0 pistol in flat dark earth with Truglo TFX sights provides the consumer with an out-of-the-box solution for enhanced visibility in all lighting conditions,” said Jan Mladek, general manager for Smith & Wesson and M&P brands, in a press release. “The Truglo TFX pistol sights feature encapsulated Tritium and Fiber Optic technology that improve both daylight and nighttime sight visibility, and are a perfect complement to the M&P M2.0 pistol.”
The newest model touts all the beloved features of the M2.0 series including the trigger and aggressively textured grip. The striker-fired pistol is centered around a solid, molded polymer frame designed to be both comfortable and durable. The gun ships with four interchangeable palmswell grips offering enhanced customization on the user end.
The 9mm and .40 S&W versions feature the same price tag, coming in at $699.
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